About Joedread Transportation
Joedread Enterprises Transportation Services is a start-up Limited Liability Company that was registered on January 31, 2012, in the State of Louisiana and is now just being launched. The company will be based in Shreveport, LA with an eye to expanding transport services into the larger New Orleans market.
Joedread Enterprise's mission is to consistently provide professional and reliable service coupled with exceptional customer service. The company is dedicated to providing its customers with not only a transportation service, but also with a pleasant and comfortable experience that results in improving the mobility of seniors, people with disabilities, and others needing transportation. It is the goal of the Company to be a socially and environmentally responsible business that is vital within the community.
Joseph Brown brings a significant background in leadership, perseverance, and attention to details - learned as a small business owner and in the military. Mr. Brown proudly served in the United Sates Army for four years as a Light Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He also worked in Arifjian, Kuwait as a Vehicle Mechanic for ITT Corporation, Tallil, Iraq for URS/LSI,
Kandhar, Afghanistan for Mantech International, and Schlumberger Oilfield Services in Shreveport, LA. He attended one year at Fayetteville State University in North Carolina for Business Administration and 3 years at the University of New Orleans for Business Administration. He also holds a Commercial Drivers License and is certified in First Aid.
Ashaki Brown rounds out the team with over ten years of commercial passenger driving and dispatching experience. Ms. Brown holds a CDL Class B License with a passenger/school bus endorsement and has an accident-free record. As such, she is intimately aware of all federal, state, and local driving regulations and procedures. She worked for J&E Contractor Services as a driver, dispatcher, and maintenance clerk in Fort Hood, Texas. There, she
Hood, Texas. There, she was responsible for safely transporting soldiers between appointments and commitments, such as flights, weapons range, and base changes. She also provided log books and vehicles to soldiers needed for travel through dispatching, trained new drivers, and maintained maintenance service records, repairs, and breakdowns for the entire fleet.