At Armstrong, we embrace a relaxed culture -- casual dress, flexible work schedule, fun contests and parties, and plenty of rewards and incentives that keep us all motivated to be our best!
Our team members are friendly, family-oriented, and collaborative. But we work hard too!
Our approach to leadership encourages promoting from within. A servant-leader attitude allows our managers to emphasize developing and showcasing others. When a problem arises, you aren't alone. Direct, clear communication is key to our success.
Cameron is the CEO of Armstrong Transport Group. He brings more than 15 years of logistics operations, sales and technology leadership to the team. Beyond the office, Cameron enjoys reading and spending time with his wife and two young daughters. Always one to stay active, he’s an avid snowboarder, practices martial arts, and enjoys the occasional round of golf. True to his Windy City roots, he’s a passionate supporter of Chicago sports, with a special place in his heart for the Bears.
CFO and EVP of Agent Recruiting
Dave joined Armstrong as the CFO in 2019. With both an MBA and a CPA, Dave is a strong addition to Armstrong. He oversees the financial health of the organization and manages the largest team of employees at the corporate office. Originally from New York, Dave has converted to life in the Carolinas and enjoys traveling to the beach and the mountains with his wife Sarah and their three children. Fun Fact: Dave is a sports enthusiast and tries to go to as many games as possible. His favorite teams are the Panthers, Hornets, Red Sox and Hurricanes.
Vamsi joined Armstrong in 2020, bringing more than 20 years of experience defining and driving technology strategies for leading companies globally. He is responsible for exploring emerging technologies, evaluating their application to Armstrong’s business, and recommending new approaches and solutions. A master of streamlining priorities, increasing efficiencies, reducing IT costs, and driving implementations, Vamsi is also a passionate leader who strives to empower his teams to support Armstrong’s vision. Fun Fact: In his leisure time, Vamsi likes to read, travel, take long walks, and enjoys spending time with friends and family.
Emily joined Armstrong after representing logistics companies and carriers as a litigator. She understands the legal relationships between freight brokers, carriers, and shippers, as well as the stringent regulations that impact the trucking industry. Emily's experience and understanding of transportation and logistics are true assets to Armstrong. Emily relocated from Baltimore with her husband Byron. Since making Charlotte home they have welcomed two daughters to their family. Fun Fact: Traveling, family, and Thai food keep Emily going!
Ryan is responsible for maintaining relationships with LTL carriers, strategically aligning business needs, onboarding new providers, and overseeing rate negotiations to ensure competitive pricing. Before Armstrong, Ryan served as senior vice president of LTL for GlobalTranz. He also managed the supply chain for a large lighting manufacturer and worked in finance for JPMorgan Chase as part of their Future Leaders Program. Fun Fact: Born and raised in Michigan, Ryan is a huge UofM fan. He has three sons and, in his free time, enjoys trying to keep his house from being destroyed.
As a seasoned communicator, Morgan is passionate about sharing Armstrong's story and creating memorable experiences that captivate and engage our audiences. Her goal is to champion the voice of our agents, customers, employees, and carriers, ensuring marketing initiatives are tailored to their needs, pain points, and aspirations. After an action-packed day in the office, Morgan loves to unwind outdoors, travel with friends and family, and dive into podcasts. Fun Fact: This mom of three can still pull off a killer handstand!
Vice President of People Operations
Cari is an HR professional with over 12 years of experience across multiple industries, including consumer products, professional services, and technology. A North Carolina State University graduate, she has experience in several HR specialties. Before Armstrong, Cari served as the HR leader for a national M&A consulting practice in Atlanta, Georgia. Fun Fact: Cari is a huge Taylor Swift fan, and she loves to travel internationally!
Aaron started out at Armstrong as the Director of LTL in our Jacksonville office, and he is now the Vice President of Operations. Aaron has a strong background in management and in transportation. He approaches every challenge with an optimistic outlook and loves to coach his employees. Aaron goes out of his way to ensure every employee is successful. He is down to earth and loves to be involved in the day-to-day at Armstrong. Aaron, his wife Natalie, and their four children now call Charlotte home! Fun Fact: Aaron is an avid food forester. What does that mean? He creates forests made out of edible plants.
Chester plays a vital role in advancing Armstrong's agent program. With a keen eye for talent and a passion for fostering professional relationships, Chester excels in attracting potential agents and guiding them through the onboarding process. His approach, centered around promoting the benefits of partnering with Armstrong, has significantly contributed to the growth and success of our agent network.
Favorite place in Texas: Globe Life Field, the Texas Rangers stadium and home of the 2023 World Series champions!
Favorite thing about working at Armstrong: Armstrong has a great culture, and it feels like a family. It's rewarding to see agents come on and grow their book of business with us.
If you could take three things to a desert island, what would they be? I don't know if my wife and kids would be happy being deserted on an island with me, so I'll leave them out. I'd bring my sand wedge (I may as well get some practice in!), a water purifier, and a fishing pole.
What is your favorite item that you've bought this year? A new Callaway driver.
When you were six years old, what did you want to be when you grew up? A professional golfer (obviously, that didn't work out).