Andrew Boyle is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Boyle Transportation, a national motor carrier specializing in security-sensitive cargo. Prior to returning to the company in 2003, Andrew was an investment banker with J.P. Morgan Securities and Deutsche Bank. He earned an MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and an AB from Bowdoin College.
Andrew is a member of the executive committee and board of directors of the American Trucking Associations; past chairman of the Massachusetts Motor Transportation Association; a director of the House of Hope; and a trustee of Eastern Bank Corporation. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife and three children.
Rebecca Brewster is President and Chief Operating Officer of the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI). ATRI is the trucking industry’s not-for-profit research organization, whose mission is research to improve the trucking industry’s safety and productivity.
Rebecca is the recipient of several awards including Fleet Owner magazine’s 2016 Dozen Outstanding Women in Trucking, the 2013 Influential Woman in Trucking award and the 2010 J.R. Bob Halladay award given by the 50 state trucking associations.
Rebecca has been with ATRI for over 25 years. Prior to that, she was the Public and Governmental Affairs Director for the Cary, North Carolina Chamber of Commerce and a Fleet Analyst with Moen, Inc. Rebecca has a B.A. in English from Wofford College and she is a Fellow of the North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership.
Rebecca is married to Kevin Brewster and they have two sons, T.C. (20), and Eric (15). The Brewsters live in Marietta, Georgia.
Chris is a combat veteran serving three tours in Iraq and Afghanistan as an Infantryman. He is also an Alumni of CSU, Millsaps College and Clemson University - holding a M.B.A in Finance, a B.S. in Psychology and a Certificate in Program Management. Combining his military experience with the institutional knowledge he specializes in designing and leading complex business growth strategies.
Before to joining the GK9PG team he served as the Principal of Skipper Group focusing on small business growth and governmental relations. Preceding this role Chris was the Business Development and Proposal Manager for American K9 Detection Services (AMK9); serving as the firm's Subject Matter Expert (SME) and Capture Lead for the TSA Third Party Canine (3PK9) program. In this role he worked closely with both governmental and air cargo stakeholders on efforts to allow the use of private sector canine security to screen air cargo.
Prior to serving on the AMK9 staff, Chris was an Associate at Booz Allen Hamilton focused on delivering Asymmetric Warfare Training Support to the U.S. Army. During that time the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) published 22 of his research projects and deliverables.
Throughout his military career Chris was the recipient of 23 military decorations / badges most notable are Combat Infantryman's Badge - Bronze Star - Purple Heart - Meritorious Unit Commendation & Meritorious Service Medal.
Supply chain security and brand integrity expert, with over 30 years of pharmaceutical industry experience. Currently working with industry partners to bring together a range of technologies and practices in an integrated solution set. While in corporate positions, responsible for developing nationally recognized supply chain security programs and working in conjunction with associations and government agencies to expand partnerships in CBP, TSA and FDA programs. He is certified as an auditor for ISO-28000 supply chain security management standards.
Chuck Forsaith joined Purdue Pharma L.P. in 2001, after 21 years of service as both a New Hampshire municipal and State Police officer – and also having formally directed security operations for a United States Military Installation.
His responsibilities with Purdue Pharma include managing all domestic and international supply chain security efforts, as well as regulatory compliance with all Federal and International supply chain security programs. He also acts as the Chairman of the Pharmaceutical Cargo Security Coalition (PCSC), which consists of members from a wide variety of disciplines who monitor the security of pharmaceutical goods, in both transit and storage all over the world.
He has lectured domestically and internationally in the disciplines of Pharmaceutical Supply Chain and Site Security for such organizations as the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Food and Drug Administration, Drug Enforcement Administration, the United States Department of Justice, United States Customs and the United States Department of Homeland Security.