Greg Hodgen is President and CEO of Groendyke Transport, Inc., one of the nation's largest tank-truck carriers, with over 90 years of expertise in bulk liquid and hazardous materials transportation services. Under Greg's leadership, Groendyke Transport has enjoyed steady growth, including in 2019, when the company expanded into the Southeast region of the U.S. through the largest acquisition in its history. Groendyke has also continued its tradition of safety excellence under Greg, winning its record seventh and now eighth National Tank Truck Carriers (NTTC) North American Safety Champion Award for 2016 and 2018. A 1991 graduate of Colorado State University, Greg joined Groendyke shortly thereafter and has previously held the positions of President, COO, Executive Vice President, and Vice President of Operations for Groendyke .
In addition to his internal duties, Greg continues to be involved in transportation-related associations. He has served on the board of NTTC since 2000, including terms as NTTC Chairman and Chairman of the Executive Committee . He currently serves on the NTTC Executive Committee, is the Chairman for the NTTC Image Committee, and recently was on the NTTC Budget and Finance Committee. He is currently serving on the Executive Committee of the American Trucking Associations (ATA) and is on the Revenue Committee.
Greg also serves on many local community and state organizations, including membership and Board Member of the Young Presidents' Organization. He is a graduate and Past Chair of Leadership Oklahoma, a Past President of the Grand National Quail Club, has served on the Board of Directors for the Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce, and is a member of the Oklahoma Business Roundtable. Greg is also on the Governor's Council for Workforce and Economic Development.
Greg is passionate about education and has served on various school and church boards. He recently served on the Board of Trustees for the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics Foundation and served on the Applicant Screening Committee . He has also served on the Board of Directors for the Autry Technology Center Foundation in Enid. Greg recently served on the Enid Higher Education Council
as well as the Oklahoma Bible Academy (OBA) School Board and served as President. At his church, Greg serves as a Ruling Elder and on the Session while serving on the Finance Committee, the Technology Committee and the Building and Grounds Committee.
Greg has been married to Shawn Groendyke-Hodgen for almost 33 years. They have two sons: Gage, who is practicing law at Sullivan and Cromwell in Manhattan, NY, and Zane, who is a senior at Baylor University in Waco, TX.