2018 MWTC Officers

Chandra Bradley

Stuart Leslie, Vaco
Second Vice President

Patrick Spruiell, Mallory Alexander
First Vice President

Lisa Borden, UPS

David Underwood, Dunavant 
Recording Secretary

Natalie Tribble
Executive Director

2018 MWTC Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Daniel Booth

Fed Ex

Daniel Booth, 35, is a Worldwide Account Manager and Licensed U.S. Customs Broker at FedEx Trade Networks Transport & Brokerage, Inc. headquartered in Memphis, TN. Daniel joined FedEx Trade Networks in August 2012 and prior to that was with C.H. Robinson Worldwide for 6 years. With both companies, Daniel has gained expertise in various supply chain & logistics sectors, both domestic and international, as well as international compliance. He has won several internal awards at FedEx including Premier Club, Ambassadors Club, and UBUNTU Champion which are among the highest accolades given to sales professionals at FedEx. He is also an alumnus of The Freight Transportation Leadership Academy at The University of Memphis. 

Daniel holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from the Croft Institute at the University of Mississippi. While at the University of Mississippi Daniel was also a student-athlete and 4-year letterman on the men’s football team.


Amanda Coates


“Success means we go to sleep at night knowing that our talents and abilities were used in a way that helped others”

Amanda Coates, Sales Account Representative for Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC USA) has served the maritime industry with MSC for over 13 years. Within the last two years Amanda has become more involved with the MWTC and would enjoy being further assistance to the community by serving on the Board of Directors.

Amanda grew up in Pensacola, FL and studied business at Pensacola State College. After moving to New Orleans and studying health science, she placed her studies on hold to pursue her passion in Global Logistics. The Maritime industry has a unique way of captivating people, often drawing them closer to overcome the day to day encounters in logistics. These challenges keep Amanda engaged with ever changing market conditions, which cultivate self-motivation and innovation. Within the last 13 years, Amanda has successfully managed multidepartment teams, assisted with the start-up and growth of new services to and from the Gulf, specifically New Orleans and Mobile. As a proud New Orleanean, Amanda prides herself in expanding the Imports and Exports of the Gulf and Mid South Regions for long term sustainability. Amanda has been involved with Operation Smile Charity for three years, assisting with organization of a successful golf outing which has raised nearly 50,000.00 in charitable contributions for Operation Smile. 

Outside of the professional environment Amanda enjoys traveling to the gulf coast, exploring new restaurants, and spending time with family. Her most rewarding accomplishment, being an inspirational mother of an eight year old determined and charismatic daughter.

Through extensive experience in Documentation processes, Equipment management, Intermodal logistics, Terminal and Vessel operations, and Commercial matters, she carries an insightful variety of expertise and innovation to the transportation industry with hopes to do the same with the Memphis World Trade Club.

EJ Gonda

Mallory Alexander

I have been at Mallory Alexander International Logistics since 2008 where, with the help of a few colleagues, grew our general commodities domestic trucking and inland distribution division, Mallory Transport.  Founded in 1925, Mallory Alexander International Logistics is a fourth-generation company with more than 500 employees and operations throughout the United States, Hong Kong, and China.  Currently in Business Development for Mallory Transport, I believe that my connections throughout the mid-south would open doors for new members with great ideas and support.

Outside the office, I enjoy spending time with my family, various sporting events around Memphis as well as supporting my Alma Mater…. THE University of Memphis.  

I currently serve on the Memphis World Trade Club board. It has been an honor to be able to work with fellow international trade professionals in the Memphis area in promoting avenues for growth in global trade as well as within the Memphis community.

Henry Kuehn


Henry Kuehn performs Business Development for Intermodal Cartage Group (IMCG), the premier intermodal drayage provider in the Memphis area. Beginning his transportation career with IMCG in 2013, he successfully completed their comprehensive, year-long Management Training Program. Soon after, he was promoted to Account Manager of IMCG's top account and now in his current role he enjoys providing best-in-class service to all of IMCG's current and potential customers. Henry graduated summa cum laude from the University of Memphis with his bachelor's degree in 2010 and later fine-tuned his industry expertise by graduating from the Intermodal Freight Transportation Institute & Leadership Academy hosted by the University of Memphis in 2014. Away from the office, Henry enjoys snow skiing, lake trips, spending time with his growing family, and anything Memphis Tigers. Having been in the transportation industry for over 7 years, he has excelled in all things intermodal and would love the opportunity to bring his knowledge, talents, and contributions to the MWTC Board.

Stephanie Rogers


Stephanie Rogers is a Supply Chain Sales Account Manager at CN. She handles a territory that covers Southern Illinois, Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi. She specializes in working closely with both new and current customers to sell CN’s full suite of transportation services. This includes carload, intermodal, customs brokerage, Cargoflo, international freight forwarding, transloading, and warehousing for all commodities. She has been with CN for over 7 years, working in her current role for a year and over 6 years prior to that in various roles within the Human Resources department.

She has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL. Stephanie is originally from Milford, IL, a small farm community two hours south of Chicago. She has lived in the Memphis area now for 4 years after relocating from CN’s Homewood, IL US corporate headquarters.

Stephanie has recently joined the Memphis World Trade Club and is looking forward to becoming an active member that can provide insight and knowledge of supply chain and trade from the perspective of a railroader.  

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