The NTEA will welcome Nikki Haley to be one of it keynote speakers during its annual meeting that overlaps with the NTEA Work Truck Show. Joining the NTEA annual meeting in Indianapolis on March 5th, 2020, at the NTEA Annual Meeting, Haley will be sharing through a moderated conversation with the audience.
Starting in the business world at the age of thirteen taking care of bookwork for her parents’ clothing store, Haley switched over to politics in 2004 at the age of 32 when elected to the South Carolina House of Representatives.
Haley proceeded to the South Carolina Governor’s mansion after winning the gubernatorial election in 2010 and was reelected again as governor in 2014. Haley gained a reputation for encouraging economic growth in South Carolina bringing the unemployment rate to a 15-year low, encouraging over $20 billion in new capital investment which included foreign capital investments, and saw job growth in every county in her state.
Our readers will know of Haley’s reputation during her time as a U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations. At the United Nations, she introduced reforms for efficiency, transparency, and accountability and negotiated $1.3 Billion in savings. Haley was also instrumental in setting new sanctions against North Korea.
In 2019, Haley resigned her position at the United Nations and now sits on the Board of Directors for Boeing Corporation. She currently serves on the Boeing’s corporate audit and finance committees.
“We’re honored to welcome Ambassador Haley and look forward to learning about her experiences as she traveled the world to defend America’s interests and keep our country safe,” says Peter Miller, first vice chairman of NTEA’s Board of Directors. “During her tenure, she tackled difficult issues like national security, education, human rights and unemployment. Her strong and passionate leadership serves as an example of how even the most challenging obstacles can be overcome.”
The 20th annual Work Truck Show is North America’s largest work truck event. The show will be held March 3–6,2020, at Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. Participants will have the opportunity to join educational sessions, attend the Green Truck Summit, and see the Manufacturer and Distributor Innovation Conference.
The exhibit hall will be open from March 4-6. The Work Truck Show features vocational trucks, vans, vehicle components and truck equipment on a giant exhibit. The show is helpful for anyone who works with vehicles, in the public and private sector, including fleet operators, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers.
You can register for the NTEA Work Truck Show beginning in October. Tickets for the annual meeting where you can hear Haley speak will be sold separately from the show’s registration.