Chief Executive Officer
Page is a seasoned and active industry participant, recognized by DC Velocity Magazine as a “2012 Logistics Rainmaker” which annually identifies the top-ten logistics professionals in the Nation; and named a “Pro to Know” by Supply & Demand Executive Magazine in 2014. He was selected by Georgia Trend Magazine as one of the “Top 100 Most Influential Georgians” for 2013, 2014 and 2015. He also serves various industry leadership roles at both the State and Federal level. Governor Nathan Deal nominated Page to represent Georgia on a National Supply Chain Competitiveness Advisory Committee, where he was appointed to a two-year term by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce and was then appointed to serve as its vice-chairman. At the State level, he was selected by then Governor Sonny Perdue to serve as lead consultant on the Commission for New Georgia’s Freight and Logistics Task Force. In this effort, Page led a Private Sector Advisory Committee with invited executives from a range of private sector stakeholders including UPS, Coca-Cola, The Home Depot, Delta Airlines, Georgia Pacific, CSX, and Norfolk Southern. Currently, Page serves on the board of directors for the Transportation Club of Atlanta, CSCMP’s Atlanta Round-table, and co-chairs the Metro Atlanta Chamber’s Supply Chain Leadership Council.
As a frequently requested keynote speaker, Page is called upon to address a range of audiences on unique aspects of technology, workforce, and logistics. This often includes topics of global and domestic logistics trends, supply chain visibility, collaboration, and strategic planning. He has also been quoted as an industry expert in publications such as Forbes, Journal of Commerce, Fortune, NPR, Wall Street Journal, Reuters, American Express, DC Velocity, Area Development Magazine, Site Selection Magazine, Inbound Logistics, Modern Material Handling, and is frequently referenced in state-wide newspapers.
Previously, Page served for over a decade as the Executive Director of the Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics, the State’s “in-house supply chain consultant” and leading resource for fueling logistics industry growth and global competitiveness. The Center directly assisted thousands of companies with overcoming challenges and capitalizing on opportunities related to the movement of freight by providing focused technical expertise, specific industry data, leveraging of state resources, and connections to an extensive cross-sector industry network.
Page honorably served a combined 12 years in the United States Marine Corps and United States Air Force. During this time, he led the integration of encryption techniques and deployed cryptographic devices for tactically secure voice and data platforms in critical ground-to-air communication systems. This service included support for all branches of the Department of Defense, multiple federal security agencies, and aiding NASA with multiple Space Shuttle launches.
Originally from New York, Page received both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in electrical and computer engineering with a focus on digital signal processing from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He also earned an associate’s degree in advanced electronic systems from the Air Force College, and completed multiple military leadership academies.