Who’s on the move this week: April 28, 2014

by MM&D Online Staff

Dawn MacKinnon, founder of Trans-Logic Executive Search Group Limited, a recruitment firm, has joined the Ian Martin Group of Companies in a national business development role. Jennifer Sanders from Trans-Logic has also joined Ian Martin as a recruitment specialist. The two moves are part of a recently announced merger of the two companies.

Dr. John Sehmer of Vancouver, BC, and Dr. Christopher Brooks of Ottawa, Ontario, have been appointed to the Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada (TATC), each for a three-year term. Sehmer is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia Medical School in the Department of Family Practice, runs his own general practice, specializing in industrial medicine, and is a staff member at Vancouver General Hospital. He has extensive experience as a certified medical examiner for the marine and air sectors (pilots). Brooks is a physician, scientist and inventor. Brooks has 47 years of experience as a physician in the navy, in industry and in private practice. His background includes a wide range of positions such as medical officer onboard a nuclear submarine, flight surgeon, commanding officer for the Royal Canadian Navy at Stadacona Hospital in Halifax, and command surgeon for both the Canadian Air Command and the Canadian Maritime Command. Currently, he is a consultant in occupational medicine for the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, Transport Canada and the Department of National Defence.

Captain Alexander L. MacIntyre is appointed to the board of directors of the Atlantic Pilotage Authority for a term of three years. MacIntyre has extensive experience at sea, on a wide range of vessels, and has performed approximately 10,000 assignments as a licensed marine pilot in Halifax, Sheet Harbour and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. He holds pilotage licenses from the Atlantic Pilotage Authority and the Laurentian Pilotage Authority, and a Master, Foreign-going certificate from Transport Canada. Captain MacIntyre has provided his expertise in ice navigation as a special adviser on tankers, adventure cruise ships and seismic survey vessels trading in the Eastern and Western Canadian Arctic, Alaska, Greenland and Norway.

Radiant Logistics, Inc has appointed Anna Brewer as the new VP of government gervices, a division of Radiant that provides defence related shipping services to governments, contractors and agencies around the world. Brewer brings over twenty years of global transportation experience to the Radiant family, where she will continue her focus on logistics projects for the US Department of Defense (DOD), Department of State (DOS) and foreign governments.  A service member herself, Brewer served as a pilot in the Swedish Air Force for four years before moving to the US.

Jessica Cohen and Kendall Kellaway have both been promoted to director of business development positions at RoadOne IntermodaLogistics. Cohen will be responsible for sales and customer engagement in the Midwest and Kellaway will take over the reins in the Northeast. With over 10 years of intermodal experience, Cohen possesses the industry and sales knowledge to deliver excellent, value-added experiences to customers in the Midwest region. After several years in customer service and dispatch at another leading provider of intermodal trucking services, she moved on to become a key account representative and eventually customer service manager at RoadLink.  Most recently, she’s served as operations manager for RoadOne’s Chicago branch. After graduating from Babson Business School in 2011, Kellaway helped lead key marketing initiatives at both Bluedrop Water, a water purification company, and E*Fill America, before joining RoadOne.


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