About the MTA
Since 1932, the Minnesota Trucking Association (MTA) has been a powerful voice for the trucking industry. The MTA is a non-profit trade association started by Minnesota carriers to represent and meet the needs of the Minnesota trucking industry. The MTA continuously works to achieve its mission, vision, and goals through the leadership and direction of its Board of Directors, members, and staff.
To serve as the voice for a safe and successful Minnesota trucking industry through advocacy, education, and focused initiatives.
People support and join the Minnesota trucking industry because it leads in safety, workforce development, and innovation.
SAFETY: Reduce preventable crashes on Minnesota roadways involving commercial trucks.
WORKFORCE: Minnesota has a workforce development program that produces and attracts qualified drivers and transportation professionals to meet the needs of Minnesota.
EFFICIENCY & INNOVATION: MTA harnesses the knowledge and creativity of its members to drive innovation to improve business results.
MTA LEADERSHIP: MTA is a model of association innovation and collaboration.
Board of Directors
Meet the Board of Directors who lead the organization.
John Hausladen, President
Meredith Armstrong, Vice President
Lori Coutts Fraase, Manager of Member Services
Andrea Warren, Manager of Marketing Communications
Lauren Grady, Admin and Program Assistant
6160 Summit Dr. N, Ste. 330
Brooklyn Center, MN 55430