BOURBONNAIS, Ill., Dec. 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Continental Who's Who recognizes Tamara L. Warn as a Pinnacle Lifetime Member in the Legal field.
Warn's professional title is the Corporate Counsel and Vice President of Risk Management at C&K Trucking. She brings over 25 years of field experience, expertise in safety, as well as corporate compliance and regulation, to her role.
"C&K Trucking is one of the largest intermodal trucking companies specializing in the drayage of containers and trailers between ports, railroads and shippers in a safe and efficient manner," the company's website states. "C&K completes over 300,000 moves annually and has demonstrated above-industry revenue growth in each of the last ten years."
"As one of the largest cross-town carriers in Chicago and the U.S., C&K Trucking has the resources and expertise to successfully service railroads, shipping lines and ports," the website continues. "C&K is a house carrier for all of the major railroads. C&K continues to invest in equipment, technology and people to support the growth of intermodal traffic, while keeping reduced transit times and safety its priorities."
Prior to assuming her role at C&K, Warn worked as the Litigation Manager at Schneider International for three years, as the Director of Risk Management at Transport Corp of America for five years and as Corporate Counsel and Vice President of Risk Management at Interstate Distributor Co. for seven years.
Warn earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Northern Illinois University in 1985, and was President of the Flying Huskies during her undergraduate career. She then went on to complete her Juris Doctor from the John Marshall Law School, where she was part of the Aviation Law Society, in 1989.
To further her professional development, Warn is a member of the ABA, the TLA, the DRI and serves as President of the Trucking Industry Defense Association. She also teaches claims litigation management courses. She recently received her Certified Litigation Management Professional designation from the Claims Litigation Management organization.
When not working, Warn volunteers her time to the Salvation Army, and enjoys hunting and fishing. She dedicates this recognition to the loving memory of her mentor, Dan Callahan, as well as to her parents, Gerald and Joyce Warn, and thanks them for their love and support.
For more information, visit www.cktrucking.com.
Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634, email@example.com
SOURCE Continental Who's Who