IMC Companies, the US’s largest marine drayage company, has hired its first-ever Chief Administrative Officer. Sherrie Hollis joins the IMC Companies team as CAO, effective March 2. Prior to joining IMC Companies, Hollis served in various leadership positions including CFO and Senior Vice President of Primacy Relocation and, most recently, as Senior Vice President/Senior Relationship Manager for Bank of America. In her new role, she will manage human resources, safety, facilities and driver services for the IMC Companies family of brands.
“As we continue to grow, it became clear that we need more C-suite level support to help guide our team to continued success,” says Mark H. George, Chairman of IMC Companies. “We’ve known Sherrie for years and have worked with her in a variety of capacities. We’ve always been impressed with her professionalism and performance – and we’re so pleased to welcome her to our leadership team.”
Sherrie brings a wealth of experience including more than 10 years leading various teams for a multinational organization in the private sector and more than 20 years of experience in commercial finance in direct client management and leading client teams.
Sherrie earned her undergraduate degree in economics from Rhodes College, graduated from the University of Oklahoma’s National Commercial Lending School (ABA) and received her master’s degree in accounting from Florida Atlantic University.
Sherrie is very involved in the local community and has served on the board of directors for organizations such as Common Table Health Alliance and the Women’s Foundation for a Greater Memphis.