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ATA re-ups CEO Chris Spear’s contract – Truck News

The board of the American Trucking Associations (ATA) has extended the contract of president and CEO Chris Spear through 2029.

Spear was last signed for five years in 2021.

Chris Spear
Chris Spear (Photo: John G. Smith)

“Thanks to the strong leadership of Chris Spear, the stature and effectiveness of ATA is at its highest point,” said ATA chairman Andrew Boyle, co-president of Boyle Transportation.

“Regardless of the political landscape, Chris secures advocacy wins on behalf of our members. He’s a strategic thinker and acts with a great sense of urgency. He and the talented team he’s assembled ensure that the trucking industry has the backing we need to deliver for our economy and the American people. We are thrilled that Chris will continue to lead ATA to even greater success in the years ahead.”

Spear has led the organization since 2016, serving as the association’s ninth president and CEO. “I’m grateful for the confidence and support of the ATA board, and I’m excited to tackle the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead,” said Spear. “Trucking is the heartbeat of this nation, and it is my honor to serve this incredible industry. I look forward to putting more wins on the board for ATA and our valued members.”


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