Introducing Jeff Tucker
On January 1, 2015, Jeff Tucker assumed the reins as Chair of Fellowship House of South Camden’s Board of Trustees. Jeff has already shared with the board his bold vision to secure a sustainable future for Fellowship House. His goals include raising the ministry’s profile in the community, and attracting new financial partners and talented individuals willing to invest their energy and passion in serving the children of South Camden.
Reverend Dr. Charles Sayre initially introduced Jeff to Fellowship House and he subsequently joined the board in 2010. Jeff was touched by Fellowship House’s incredible work with the children, and the unflagging commitment of staff, volunteers and other supporters. For the past six years, he has chaired the Rotary Club of Haddonfield’s Secret Santa program, providing Christmas gifts to the children of Fellowship House.
Jeff is the CEO of Tucker Company Worldwide, and co-founder and CEO of QualifiedCarriers.com and QualifiedMarineTerminals.com. Tucker Company Worldwide is the nation’s oldest privately held freight brokerage, serving world-famous brands transportation and logistics services. Jeff serves as vice chairman of a national trade group of 1200 companies, the Transportation Intermediaries Association. He has testified in Congress on highway safety, and was appointed by USDOT leadership to advise the department on safety matters. Jeff has served on many national industrial committees, and Temple University Marketing School’s Board of Advisors.
A Haddonfield resident, husband and father of four children, ages 13, 11, 8 and 5 years of age, he is a member of Christ the King Church. Jeff’s wife Heather is an attorney, and law clerk to the Honorable Judge John William Ditter, Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Jeff is a graduate of Moorestown High School, has a B.A. from University of Delaware, and an MBA from Temple University.