Robert A. Voltmann, President & CEO, Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA)
In June of 1997, Bob was named President & CEO of the Transportation Intermediaries Association. TIA is the only organization representing the interests of North American transportation intermediaries of all disciplines: brokers, domestic freight forwarders, air forwarders, international forwarders, logistics management companies, intermodal marketing companies, and perishable commodity brokers.
Prior to joining TIA, Bob was the Director of Policy for the National Industrial Transportation League. Before his NIT League position, Bob was appointed by President George Bush to serve as Chief of Staff to Interstate Commerce Commissioner Ed Emmett. Prior to coming to Washington, Bob worked for two economic development and area planning associations in Houston, Texas. Bob has also worked as staff director for a committee of the Texas House of Representatives, and as a political consultant.
Bob has been actively engaged in all of the major policy and legislative initiatives during the past 20 plus years in Washington, DC.
Bob, his wife Ginger, and sons Griffin and Campbell live in Alexandria, Virginia on land once part of George Washington’s estate.
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