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Operating Team

Paul Miller
Northeast Region Vice President, Operations

As Area Director for the Northeast, Paul is responsible for the RoadOne Service Centers servicing Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia.

Paul’s career has seen progressive advancement in supply chain management, working in Warehouse Management for eight years with a major footwear company, Director of Warehouse Operations for a Northeast 3PL and sixteen years with RoadLink.

Karen Zima
West Region Vice President, Operations

Karen has 20+ years of transportation/logistics experience in over-the-road trucking and time critical transportation with a primary focus on Domestic & Foreign Automotive Manufacturing, Automotive Parts Suppliers, Heavy Duty Truck, and Engine Manufacturing.

Karen has proven herself through consistently delivering results- identifying, creating and implementing new market opportunities while developing and maintaining long-term relationships. She is skillful in communicating and collaborating between all internal associates and external customer relationships.

Karen is responsible for the West Region, which includes the states of Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

Jeremiah Carruthers
Southeast Region Vice President, Operations

As Area Director, Jeremiah Carruthers (JC) has responsibility for the Southeast Region of the United States to include Texas, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina and parts of Mississippi and Kentucky.

JC has 15+ years in operations management with nearly 10 years of service in the transportation industry.  He joined our team as the M&R manager for the entire country and later took on the responsibility of managing the Atlanta terminal.  Because of his relationships with customers and providing excellent customer service, he was able to grow Atlanta as one of the top terminals for the company.