We are proud to introduce to you, Matt McAllister! Matt has been a part of the Soren family for almost three years and contributes to the growth of Soren as a Capacity Analyst. Chris Dupuis, Account Manager and Matty’s superior explains perfectly why we value Matty so much: “Matty is smart, forward-thinking, and a strong member of the team.  He continues to look for ways to add value for our customers and drive more business in the door.  He’s a pro at developing carrier and shipper/receiver relationships, exhibits strong communications skills, and he handles the stress of the job like a pro.” Thank you, Matty, for being apart of our team! We appreciate you!  

Here are some fun facts about Matt:

What brought you to Soren? I met the Soren team through a career fair at Texas A&M, as a senior, and the rest is history.

How is Soren different than other companies you’ve worked for? I’ve been pretty blessed with good bosses and managers over the years, but I think the biggest difference would be the ways we make work fun.

Which Soren core value means the most to you and why? It changes depending on what is going on at work. Right now, I really like “Embrace the Journey”. There are a lot of ups and downs in logistics, but it has been a fun journey.

Do you have any advice for new or potential Soren employees? Ask lots of questions and don’t be afraid to fail.

Tell us a little bit about your family… I have a small family, but we are super close. My brother and his wife live in Pearland, and my parents live in Richmond.

Where is your favorite place to be? Germany- It is home away from home.

What is your favorite movie or TV show? “I don’t watch a whole lot of tv so I don’t know haha. The Blacklist was pretty good.

If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be? Either a Spicy Chicken Sandwich from Chick Fil A or fresh Italian food. It is a close tie.

If you could meet anyone living or dead, who would it be? Warren Buffet

If you were stuck on an island what three things would you bring? A volleyball, some old VHS tapes, & part of a port-a-potty.

People would be surprised if they knew… I have run 2 marathons.