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Toronto Transportation Club Adds New Faces to Board

TORONTO, ON — The Toronto Transportation Club is adding two new members to its Board of Directors. 

The new recruits are Donna Kelly, a partner with TSI Group and Collin Sood, VP of sales with Meyers Transportation Services. 

“These appointments further the TTC’s commitment to representing all modes of transportation in our organization……as the industry evolves, so must the board of directors who will continue to lead this organization through the next 100 years.  I am very happy to welcome Donna and Collin to the team,” says John Foss, past president of the TTC.

From TSN to TTC

Alberta native Collin Sood worked in the media industry for 15 years before making the switch to transportation.

Sood was on the Canadian National Swim Team and used to host shows on TSN and Animal Planet, but since joining Meyers in 2013, he’s focused on growing the 87 year old business portfolio of Meyers Transportation.

At Meyers, Sood is responsible for the company’s strategic growth and works closely with the company’s sales team and customers to ensure the company is exceeding expectations.


Donna Kelly

Meet Donna Kelly

Kelly is in charge of the overall strategic direction of TSI Group, a talent acquisition and executive search firm. Kelly has over 17 years of experience in that industry and has been with TSI since ’97.

Her portfolio includes work with many Fortune 500 companies, completing senior level search mandates in industries such as food, consumer packaged goods, industrial products, retail and healthcare with clients across North America.

Peter Collins, president of the TTC commented: “I look forward to working with Donna and Collin. The enthusiasm they both have for their careers and the industry will serve them and the future growth of the club well.”

The TTC was founded 100 years ago to give members the opportunity to interact professionally and socially with other transportation industry insiders, professionals and leaders.

The club is a non-profit organization with a cross-section of industry members, contributors and volunteers, including both individuals and corporations representing suppliers and purchasers from every major industry sector.

 

 

 
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