Thank you This live web event has ended. Thank you for attending. Contributors Charles White President, International Association of MoversCharles “Chuck” White has been involved in the moving industry since 1994 when he went to work for Executive Moving Systems in Woodbridge, VA. Previous to that Chuck worked as a high school teacher and football coach in Maryland and Northern Virginia. During his time serving as Director of Sales & Marketing at Executive he was elected to a volunteer position on the Executive Committee of the International Association of Movers (IAM), formerly known as the Household Goods Forwards Association of America (HHGFAA). He served on that Committee for four years and in 2005 he joined the IAM staff as their Director of Government & Military Relations. He held that position for 10 years and in 2015 Chuck was promoted to the position of Senior Vice President for the organization. In January, 2019, Chuck became the President of IAM. Daniel Bradley Dan Bradley joined the International Association of Movers (IAM) in June, 2018 as their Director, Government & Military Relations. In this role, he serves as the primary contact between the Association and its membership with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and other U.S. federal agencies with whom the IAM Membership conducts business, and which have enforcement and regulatory authority over the moving, forwarding and relocation industries.Bradley is a former DoD logistician with a broad background in domestic and international transportation operations, including operational level transportation movements and command headquarters policy, guidance, and oversight of freight, personal property, and unit deployment functions. He spent eight years at the Surface Deployment & Distribution Command (SDDC) as a Department of the Army Civilian filling multiple positions.Key to his new role at IAM, Bradley also served as Deputy Chief of Staff for Personal Property (SDDC), where he was responsible for DoD’s Personal Property Program. There, he led 90 personnel in over 12 geographically separated locations to manage the movement of household goods and privately-owned vehicle shipments worldwide.Bradley retired from the US Air Force in 2010 after 20 years of active duty as a Transportation and Logistics Readiness Officer.