Josh Kaburick – Owner and Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
“Josh Kaburick leads us on our trek to become the best customer service provider in the logistics industry.”
Josh was immersed into the transportation industry very early in his life. At a young age, he began working part time in the family business, cleaning trucks and helping out in the maintenance shop. After graduating from Western Illinois University in 2000, Josh joined the company in a full time customer service position. He advanced to the role of COO four years later then succeeded his father – John Kaburick, as CEO in 2014.
Josh, like his father before him, has been involved the Truckload Carrier Association (TCA) throughout his career. He has served in a variety of leadership positions at TCA, and is the 2019-2020 Chairman of the association.
When he’s not in the office, Josh loves coaching his son’s youth football team or spending time with his wife and two children. His most memorable trek is a ski trip to Winter Park, CO with his parents and brother (Clayton). It was one of the last vacations the four of them went on together and he still likes telling stories about it.
Cliff Beckham – President
“Cliff Beckham makes sure we are on the right trek to provide our customers with exceptional service.”
Cliff began guiding Trekker in July 2015. He has over 25 years of experience, over half of which were spent in executive leadership positions at a $550 million public transportation company. Cliff started his career as an accountant, served as a CFO for five years, then achieved the title of President and CEO in 2007. In addition, he is a Certified Public Accountant and has a Class A Commercial Driver’s License.
On weekends, Cliff can be found spending time with his wife and three children or engrossed in a home improvement project. He is an avid do-it-yourselfer whose skills include house framing, roofing and carpentry. Cliff’s most notable trek was a professional visit to Germany and France in 2009 where he connected with trucking industry peers with wide-ranging backgrounds during a memorable tour of the Old World.
Clayton Cameron – Vice President of Network Strategy
“Clayton Cameron maps out our operational strategy so we trek on efficiently and in the right direction.”
Clayton learned about transportation by working in the family business too. He started out working part time in the maintenance shop alongside his brother – Josh Kaburick. He graduated from Lindenwood University before assuming a full time position in the customer service department for eight years. Then he filled the role of Operations Manager for four years, progressed to become the Vice President of Marketing and now serves as our Vice President of Network Strategy.
Clayton is an avid sports fan who enjoys watching football, baseball and hockey. Someday, Clayton plans to make the trek to Scotland and visit the Clan Cameron Museum. He hopes to learn more about his heritage and ancestry, while creating new memories with his wife and three daughters.
Jaimey Malone – Chief Operating Officer (COO)
“Jaimey Malone shares our story of guiding customers on the fast trek to reliability and exceptional customer service.”
Jaimey began his transportation career in 1997 while concurrently pursuing a Transportation and Logistics degree at University of Arkansas. In 2006, he accepted a Regional Sales Manager position at one of Arkansas’ largest public transportation companies. Within three years, he progressed to the Director of Sales role before becoming the Vice President of Sales in 2012. He served in that title for over three years before joining the Trekker tribe in September 2015.
In 2014, Jaimey was appointed to the Arkansas Trucking Association’s (ATA) 40 Under 40 Council. He participated in a visit to the U.S. Capitol, where the council met with U.S. representatives and senators to discuss the need for improvement of Arkansas’ highway infrastructure. Jaimey said that it was a career highlight to represent the industry, state and ATA on that particular issue. On a personal note, his most remarkable trip was to Montreal, Canada. He enjoyed immersing in the culture, exploring historical landmarks and attended the famous international fireworks competition.