Article courtesy of The Trucker.
During Black History Month, Trucking Moves America Forward (TMAF) is recognizing the achievements of professional truck drivers for their modern-day successes in the trucking industry.
Jeff Greer, senior vice president of human resources for Memphis, Tennessee-based FedEx Freight Corp., is recognized as one of this year’s Black History Month leaders who are helping to move America forward every day. Greer is responsible for all human resources and safety functions at FedEx Freight, which employs 45,000 team members across the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
An attorney by trade, Greer first started working for the FedEx organization more than 21 years ago and has since transitioned from law to his current role in human resources. Prior to joining FedEx, Greer worked for the Department of Defense’s Defense Logistics Agency. He refers to the career change as a “natural evolution” for him, adding that his work for the government was the “precursor to my interest in everything in logistics.”
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