The FRONTdoor Collective recognized the daunting issues that Shippers have faced over the last three years and vowed to tackle them head-on. It’s a great big mission, but we are up for the challenges posed by:
Customers expect to do business with companies that reflect their values around health and wellness, diversity and inclusion, and sustainability. The FRONTdoor Collective addresses all these concerns today. We look to the future to anticipate the next wave of changes needed to stay on top.
Develop a consumer facing parcel network, built by and for the top independent delivery service companies in North America. Our technology driven network provides cost effective scale, with zip code flexibility, and the best-in-class first day delivery success rate.
Throughout his 25-year career, Dan has held many leadership roles in corporate and start-up settings. Among his many accomplishments, Dan has led corporate partnerships for Universal Worldwide, launched the NBC Digital OOH ad platform, and launched the Instacart Delivery ad platform. He and his wife own and operate a number of businesses that specialize in delighting the customer.
Jessie Benjamins (she/her/hers) comes to The FRONTdoor Collective with over 25 years of experience in HR. She started her career in the staffing industry where she worked in management, consulting, and as a headhunter. Jessie then worked in HR at a manufacturing company for a few years before joining FedEx, where she worked from 2008-2022. While at FedEx (SmartPost and Ground) she worked in multiple management and leadership roles in the Human Resource department within the areas of operations, corporate, change management and the university. Jessie has earned a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources from the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater and a Master’s degree in Human Resources from Marquette University. She is also Prosci certified in change management.
C.J. is a self-described “Ops Nerd.” Having been born in a fulfillment center—his first teams picking, packing, and shipping Amazon products—he spent four years in the heart of operations training 10,000+ employees, integrating Kiva Robotics, and launching PrimeNow and AmazonFlex efforts. After earning his MBA from Stanford, he was CEO of a $25M/year e-commerce business before launching his own last-mile delivery company in 2019.