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RXO has One of Transportation’s 2024 Top Women to Watch

RXO, a leading provider of asset-light transportation solutions, announced Alyssa Myers, vice president of technology, was named to Women in Trucking’s 2024 Top Women to Watch in Transportation list. The annual list recognizes top female leaders and their efforts to advance gender diversity in transportation.

Myers has held various leadership roles at RXO and played a key role in developing the organization’s proprietary freight brokerage platforms RXO Connect™ and RXO Drive™.

Myers has overseen a significant expansion in RXO Connect’s capabilities, which now includes an enhanced e-commerce experience that allows shippers to seamlessly obtain quotes and book freight on demand. She also spearheaded the successful launch of RXO Drive, one of the industry’s top mobile apps for carriers.

“Alyssa is dedicated to innovation and empowerment within RXO,” said Heidi Ratti, chief human resources officer at RXO. “She continually keeps our customers and contract carriers in mind when introducing new capabilities to our platforms.

Alyssa’s commitment to being a positive and influential leader in transportation and technology motivates and inspires other women in our industry, and we are thrilled to see her recognized.”

Myers’ focus on user experience has also directly benefited RXO’s customers. Her team has developed tools that enable seamless pricing integration, provide shipment status visibility and offer tailored data sets for strategic decision-making.

In addition to her success within her role, Myers continually exhibits a desire to create an inclusive, open environment. She hosts regular question-and-answer events for employees that provide the opportunity to learn valuable information about the organization and the logistics industry. By prioritizing communication, Myers has contributed to building a culture of transparency at RXO.

“For eight years, we’ve been pleased to recognize the accomplishments of women in transportation who make a significant impact to the industry and those around them,” said Jennifer Hedrick, WIT president and chief executive officer. “These women exemplify the mission and values of the Women In Trucking Association and truly are top women to watch in our industry.”

Myers is one of 75 women recognized on the 2024 Top Women to Watch in Transportation list who work for a broad range of company types, including motor carriers, third-party logistics companies, equipment manufacturers, retailer truck dealers, professional services companies, technology innovators and private fleets.

For more information, visit RXO.com.



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