John Kingston is a business journalist of almost 40 years, covering everything from metals, financial markets and now turning his focus to trucking and transport. He spent almost 30 years covering oil markets with S&P Global Platts, and his broadcast background includes many years as Platts’ “talking head” on CNBC, Fox Business, Canada’s BNN and other broadcast outlets. His activities at FreightWaves includes serving as the oil expert for FW’s SONAR database product, where he provides daily analysis.
Chad Prevost has served [in a variety of professional capacities] as a writer, editor, researcher, professor, speaker, and workshop leader over the past 20 years. He currently serves as an analyst and staff writer on the FreightWaves editorial team, and as co-host of the What theTruck?!? weekly podcast. Chad also hosts daily market updates on the FreightWaves Now video channel.
Noory is a published author with an extensive career in radio talk shows. Getting his start hosting the wildly successful The Nighthawk, Noory was recruited to guest host on Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell. He became the permanent host on January 1, 2003, following Bell’s retirement. He is now on SiriusXM, with his audience continuing to grow. Noory captivates program listeners with his discussions of paranormal phenomena, time travel, alien abductions, conspiracies and all things curious and unexplained.
Based in Nashville, Tennessee, KC Phillips has been working in the Trucking Industry since 2004. For the past 9 years, he has served the industry in several capacities. KC enjoyed 5 successful years of truck sales and worked with the manufacturing sector. In 2009, he moved into trucking operations and worked with a truckload carrier managing their maintenance personnel, dispatching drivers, and brokering loads. Additionally, KC was a member of the Tennessee Trucking Association and served on the Maintenance Council as Treasurer. In 2010, KC was approached by Dave Nemo as a potential host for a weekend show and The Taylor and Phillips Show was born. Since that time, KC has been working as a full time Talk Show Host on Road Dog Trucking Radio and has enjoyed serving the American Trucker.
Mark Willis serves as a journalist with SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Willis, who has more than 30 years of experience in the news media, has interviewed presidents, sports celebrities and maybe even your neighbor. He has worked as an anchor at KRLD in Dallas and the Texas State Network. He was also news director for the ABC Radio Networks in Dallas. Willis currently serves as the Region 6 Coordinator for the Radio and Television Digital News Association.
Dave NemoDave Nemo's Nashville studio is a familiar coffee stop for artists and songwriters. Nemo's radio career began in college and continued with the Armed Forces Korea Network (AFKN) in South Korea. When he returned, Nemo joined Charlie Douglas on the legendary Road Gang Show.
Dan Ronan is the Associate News Editor Print and Multimedia for Transport Topics, the leading online and print publication covering the trucking, freight and logistics industry. In addition he serves a part-time news anchor on SiriusXM’s Road Dog News, channel 146. Ronan has been a journalist for five decades, starting professionally while in high school covering news events for print and broadcast outlets in the Chicagoland area.
Claire Marie and Jimmy Mac
Part of Radio Nemo since 2007, Clare Marie Gauthier is the co-host of Dave Nemo Weekends, the creator and voice of the “Timeline” and other featurettes, and the host of “Highway to Health.” Along with editing, copy writing, and numerous other behind-the-scenes responsibilities, Clare Marie also brings special guests to The Dave Nemo Show -- from authors, researchers, and museum curators to trucking industry leaders and health experts. When she’s not behind the mic, she is contributing to theatrical productions as a critically acclaimed sound designer. An avid gardener and gamer with a passion for fitness, she lives in New Orleans with her cats, chickens, and miniature pig.
Jimmy Mac A native of New Orleans, is thrilled to be a member of The Dave Nemo circle of family and friends. A storyteller, author, and performer, he has proudly visited every state in the union. In previous days, he has been a teacher, an investigator, contractor, and still looks back fondly at bagging groceries at A&P. He likes a good western, loves a great one, and will take any and all recommendations from movie lovers of all walks of life.
Mark ReddigVeteran journalist and editor Mark Reddig joined OOIDA as a writer and editor at the association's publication, Land Line Magazine. A winner of several national awards for his work at the magazine, Mark hosts Land Line Now, America's FIRST daily news broadcast for professional drivers.
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Kevin RutherfordAs a former owner-operator, Kevin Rutherford has unique insight into running independent trucking businesses. Rutherford's grasp of the owner-operator success equation makes him a respected author, speaker, business consultant and magazine writer in the trucking industry.
Tim Ridley Tim’s career in the trucking industry began in the 1980’s. He has been a small fleet owner, a truck driving school instructor, Director of Job Placement, Director of Training, Recruiting Supervisor and a Terminal Manager for the second largest temperature-controlled carrier in the U.S. After experiencing a myriad of positions in the trucking industry and racking up over 1,000,000 miles of safe driving with one company, Tim became a part of the family at Dave Nemo Entertainment.
Tim holds a Masters in Divinity and is working on a Ph.D in Christian Education. In November 2010, he was given the position of Commandant of the Georgia State Chaplain Training Center at Fort Stewart Army base for the Georgia State Defense Force. He’s a Chaplain and a Major in the Joint Forces Chaplain Corps which includes the Army National Guard, Air National Guard and Georgia State Defense Force.
Founder of the Women In Trucking Association in March of 2007, Voie currently serves as the nonprofit organization’s President/CEO. The Women In Trucking Association was formed to promote the employment of women in the trucking industry, remove obstacles that might keep them from succeeding, and to celebrate the successes of its members.