Founded in January of 1998, Impact has become one of the most sought-after Recruiting, Retention, Management, and Development companies in the transportation industry.
Utilizing Impact's services, our clients have improved driver retention, increased capacity, and improved their operating margins.
W. Kelly Anderson
President / CEO
Kelly has worked in the transportation industry for the past 27 years. He has held many positions including Federal Law Enforcement Officer, Professional Driver, Driver Trainer, Driver Recruiter, Safety Supervisor, and Safety Manager over a recruiting department for a 1,720 truck fleet. Using these experiences, Kelly founded Impact in January 1998.
Through his real world, solution-based consulting and training, Kelly has become one of the transportation industry's most sought after speaker/trainers.
Kelly founded the International Society of Recruiting and Retention Professionals, Co-Founded the three largest recruiting and retention conferences in North America and the Transportation Training and Development Institute at Kaskaskia College. He is Chairman of the Board for the Transportation Training and Development Institute, is on the Board of Directors for the Truckload Carriers Association, and is a member of the Recruitment and Retention Human Resource Committee for the TCA and ATA.
Carmen joined Impact in December of 2000 after working in the banking industry for 5 years. She manages the accounting department of Impact and is the gracious Hostess at the Corporate Training events at Impacts Training Center in Neosho, Mo.
Director of Special Operations
John has over 30 years of Transportation industry experience. During this tenure John has worked in multiple sectors of the industry including: Dry Van, Flat Bed, Tanker, Hazmat, Refrigerated and High Value Special Commodities. He has been a company driver, owner operator, and small fleet owner.
John provides comprehensive undercover recruiting and retention services. These services involve completing the recruiting and orientation process of a carrier as a driver.