Meet Dan! Dan has been with Soren Transport for just over 7 years. He is one of our Operations Capacity Analysts and plays an important role on our team. Dan is a great example of the Soren Core Value “Results the Right Way” because he works hard each day to communicate effectively with our customers to get the desired results. Operations Manager, Matt Drennen, says ” Dan has been a key contributor to Soren’s success the last several years. His problem solving ability has helped several of our customers get out of sticky situations. He’s a dedicated, hard worker that can always be counted on to get the job done.” We are proud to have Dan here at Soren and are thrilled to spotlight him this month!

Here are some fun facts about Dan:

How is Soren different than other companies you’ve worked for?

More family-oriented that other places I’ve worked

Which Soren Core Value means the most to you and why?

Results the Right Way – My expectations are high and I want to get there in the right way.

Do you have any advice for new or potential Soren employees?

Listen and learn from those who have been around the industry. Us old dogs still serve a purpose.

Tell us a little about your family

I’ve been married for 13 years to my lovely wife, Lauren. We have 3 kids – Henry (9), Lydia (7) and Harrison (6). We also have 2 dogs – old girl, Maya, is a coonhoud/bloodhound mix and the pup, Winston, is a pitbull mix. Both of our families are originally from Maryland where pretty much everyone still lives in/around the same neighborhoods. We moved here about 11 years ago and have no plans to go back.

Listen and learn from those who have been around the industry. Us old dogs still serve a purpose.

Where is your favorite place to be?

Annapolis Rock campsite on the Appalachian Trail in western Maryland.

What is your favorite move or TV show?

TV – The Office; Movie – Beetlejuice

If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Corned beef/pastrami on rye – piled high.

If you could met anyone living or deal, who would it be?

Andre the Giant. He sounds fun to have some drinks with.

If you were stuck on an island what three things would you bring?

Sunscreen, fishing pole and a boat

People would be surprised if they knew …

I am actually fairly laid back when I’m not at work.