Logistics | Customs | Project Cargo

Juno Leadership

A leadership team that uses their knowledge and experience to help the company grow.

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Leadership Team

Tim Campbell

Co-Founder & President

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Etsuko Shibata

Co-Founder & Managing Director

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Veronica Harper

Controller

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Brian Lawler

Director of Operations

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Franklin Rivera

Director of Marketing & Communications

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Mike Sanlon

Director, IT Operations & Strategy

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Aaron Stenz

Director of Business Development

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Bob Wolfe

Sr. Director of People Development

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Erica Miller

Director of Customs Compliance

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Moto Kuraishi

Director of Project Cargo

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Tim Campbell

Co-Founder & President

As a Founder and President of Juno Logistics and Juno Customs Solutions, Tim Campbell strives to give Juno’s customers a true global perspective in supply chain management. Tim’s determined vision of a technology focused logistics company with the personalized touch of outstanding customer experience continues to benefit our clients of today. He currently oversees company-wide sales, operations, and key technology investments. He also leads Juno Customs Solutions, which provides customs brokerage, trade compliance, and consultation services for our trade community.

Tim’s tenacity to foster relationships with customers, employees, carriers, and Juno agent partnerships make him a natural leader in the organization. Under his guidance, his executive team has succeeded in expanding partnership agreements around the globe, making significant contributions to company’s competitive position and profitability. Tim also helps bridge gaps between our parent companies and leverages freight and parcel services to support many multinational accounts.

Tim brings experience as the director of business development for a multinational corporate joint venture where he led a nationwide sales team spanning 27 offices throughout the United States. He is a graduate of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota where he earned a BS in Public Relations/Journalism with a minor in Business Administration.

Etsuko Shibata

Co-Founder & Managing Director

As Co-founder and Managing Director of Juno Logistics, Etsuko Shibata focuses on a mission to create a customer-centered business with a strong emphasis on technological advancement. She is avidly involved in the day-to-day general operations of the company and serves on the Board of Directors of Juno Customs Solutions. Etsuko strives towards the long-term corporate vision that is aligned to the ever-changing international trade market.

Etsuko started her career at UniStar, a joint venture between United Parcel Service and Yamato Transport of Japan. She first served as the Executive Advisor to the Deputy General Manager, but as the company flourished, she was promoted to Business Development Manager to develop and expand our partners in the Asia Pacific region. From there, she led key corporate responsibilities including marketing and promotion, and key global account development such as Compaq-Hewlett Packard, Nissan Motors, and LL Bean to name a few. Etsuko was also a member of the corporate due diligence team for parent organization’s foreign company acquisitions.

Etsuko attended the College of Business at Illinois State University and received a BS in International Business with a minor in Business Administration. Before she came to Illinois as a foreign student, she lived abroad in Bangkok, Thailand with her home based in Tokyo, Japan. Throughout her youth, she was exposed to the business of international trade through the eyes of her father who worked for Nissho Iwai, a major Japanese trading company. Today, her passion is with both companies and her family; along with her love for helping those in need through various charitable organizations.

Veronica Harper

Controller

In her leadership role as Controller, Veronica Harper heads all financial reporting, accounting, budgeting, and related internal controls functions for Juno Logistics and Juno Customs Solutions.
Since joining Juno Logistics in 2011, Veronica has held roles as Senior Accountant and Accounting Manager before being promoted to Controller in early 2018. Prior to joining Juno Logistics, Veronica was a Senior Accountant in a public accounting firm that specialized in tax, accounting, audit, and consulting services. In this role, she gained the knowledge and skills needed to succeed as a leader in accounting and a passion to be a part of an organization where her skills will shine.

Veronica brings more than 20 years of accounting experience in various industries paired with an understanding of tax and audit. She earned a BA in accounting from Lewis University in Illinois as a Scholar of the University and went on to get her MBA with a concentration in accounting. She is also a member of the American Association of Notaries.

Veronica’s favorite part of working for Juno is the family-oriented team and the connection formed with customers and vendors from all over the globe.

Brian Lawler

Director of Operations

Since its beginning, Brian Lawler has served in a number of leadership roles for Juno Logistics. He began his tenure with Juno serving as an Air Operations Supervisor before becoming the company’s Quality Assurance/Security Manager, Operations Manager, and finally its Director of Operations.

Brian has worked in the logistics industry for over 25 years and has been with Juno close to two decades. He enjoys the challenges and opportunities of international business where he can learn something new and apply this knowledge to his job daily.

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Franklin Rivera, MBA

Director of Marketing & Communications

As Juno’s Director of Marketing and Communications, Franklin is responsible for the development and implementation of Juno’s overall marketing strategy.  He oversees all aspects of the brand from social media, website maintenance, SEO, marketing automation, messaging, strategic partnerships and more. 

Franklin has over 23 years of experience in sales and marketing, and has worked with companies such as GlaxoSmithkline, Novartis Pharmaceuticals and Johnson and Johnson.  In 2011, Franklin started his own digital marketing agency which he had for over 10 years.  He has also served on several boards, most notably the 360 Youth Services Board of Directors, the Rasmussen University Marketing Advisory Board, and served as the Technology Chair for the Rotary Club of Naperville.  Franklin was also the inaugural chair for the Small Business Owner Committee of the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce. 

Franklin is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and holds a degree in Human Factors Engineering Psychology.  He later went on to obtain his MBA with a concentration in Finance from Benedictine University.  He is also an Army Veteran, having served in the First Gulf War as a Field Artillery Captain.  

Franklin’s joy in working with Juno stems from their forward-thinking, and inclusive culture.

Mike Sanlon

Director, IT Operations & Strategy

As director of Juno’s information technology and strategy efforts, Mike strives to live in the future by building software and solutions that move the company and its customers forward. Anticipating where Juno needs to be and how to get there is not only his goal; it is also Mike’s passion. He enjoys leading a team and helping them become the best versions of themselves as they collectively provide truly innovative and unique solutions to their customers.

Mike has over 25 years of information technology experience. He has been sharing his experience at Juno for over 12 years. Mike majored in Computer Science at Metropolitan College, Belfast, United Kingdom.

Aaron Stenz

Director of Business Development

Since joining Juno almost a decade ago, Aaron has served as National Sales Manager and Business Solutions Manager before being named the company’s Director of Business Development. Aaron brings more than 15 years of logistics and global supply chain experience coupled with deep understanding of customer-perspective challenges and solutions to this role.

A results-driven strategist, Aaron provides expert relationship management and strategic guidance to clients and his team. He builds trust through a demonstrated ability to optimize performance and achieve desired results, and has a passion for professional and personal development to continue to bring the highest value to clients.
Prior to joining Juno Logistics, Aaron was a Purchasing & Logistics Manager who facilitated international business transactions and transportation management for a leading designer and manufacturer of children’s lifestyle and activity products. In this role, he realized his passion for being part of the global supply chain and expanding his horizons abroad.

Aaron says his most interesting and exciting part of his role at Juno Logistics, is being able to connect with so many talented people across many industries and gain a unique perspective on the businesses that drive global commerce.

Bob Wolfe

Senior Director of People Development

As Juno’s Senior Director of People Development, Bob oversees the day-to-day challenges involved with human relations. He also helps set the tone for the company’s supportive and collegial business culture which led Juno to be named one of the top 10 companies on “Crain’s 2020 list of the 100 Best Places to Work in Chicago.”

Bob is an experienced senior executive with a proven track record of building and leading outstanding teams and companies. He brings extensive knowledge and experience in corporate-facing, customer-facing, and employee-facing environments. His skills include strategy, infrastructure and support systems, talent development and acquisition, along with Human Resource knowledge.

Bob attended Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania majoring in Business Management and attended Harvard University while attaining a certificate in the Strategic Leadership and Development Program.

Erica Miller, LCB, CCS

As Juno’s Director of Compliance, Erica is responsible for Juno Customs Solutions, overseeing all customs brokerage and customs compliance responsibilities.  She will overlook all of the day to day operational and compliance processes to ensure we are doing our due diligence and practicing reasonable care as a Licensed Customs Broker, working closely with our customers to help ensure they too are compliant. 

Erica has 22 yrs in Customs Brokerage and Compliance, is a Licensed Customs Broker and also a Certified Customs Specialist.  Prior to starting with Juno Logistics, Erica was a Sr. Director with another customs broker within the industry and lead several customs brokerage teams throughout Canada, US and Mexico.  She also served at the capacity of Vice President of Customs Brokerage for an Austrian based company and assisted with applying for their Customs Brokerage License for them to become a customs broker along with starting up the team inhouse for them.  She was also part of a new brokerage platform implementation and assisted with creating, testing and training the new system to several customs brokerage operations across the US. 

Erica’s past experience within the industry while handling several different aspects through out her career will be instrumental in helping to keep up with today’s fast pace industry challenges and changes going forward. 

Erica’s joy and excitement working for Juno comes from the outside the box thinking and culture they have created.   

Moto Kuraishi

As Juno’s Director of Project Cargo, Moto is responsible for handling all of Juno’s Project Cargo requests.  Prior to coming to Juno, Moto earned a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Shibaura Institute of Technology in Japan.

Moto has served as a Production Control and Logistics Manager for 13 years in Japan for an automotive related company. During his tenure there, he was was engaged in production and logistics involving supply chains; managing freight forwarders, brokers, and logistics; directing or assisting in the procurement of goods and timely delivery of same; developing, directing, and maintaining movement of inventories and forecasting replenishment and new product launches.