Paul J. Enos is the CEO of the Nevada Trucking Association, which was established in 1932. The Nevada Trucking Association is the preeminent voice for the trucking industry in Nevada and is a 2-time recipient of the Mike Russell Trucking Image Award. Enos is the past Chairman of the Trucking Associations Executive Council (TAEC) and recipient of ATA President’s Annual TAEC Leadership Award and the TRALA State Trucking Award.
Since assuming his position as CEO in 2006, Enos has aggressively and successfully advocated for public policies that enhance the trucking industry’s competitiveness and profitability and improve Nevada’s general business climate.
In his tenure, the Nevada Trucking Association has proudly taken a lead role in Nevada in the fight against human trafficking and created The Mongoose Method, a training program to combat the reptile theory and abusive lawsuits.
Enos is a guest host of Nevada Newsmakers, Nevada’s only statewide political and business talk show, which is taped at the Nevada Trucking Association Headquarters.
He currently serves on the Boards of Nevadans for Economic Opportunity, the Nevada Transportation Self-Insured Group and the Community Health Alliance Foundation of Northern Nevada and he previously served on the Board of the Little Flower Catholic School.
Enos is a member of the Reno Elks Lodge No. 597, where has served on the Board and where he currently chairs the Americanism Committee.
Born in Elko, Enos is a third generation Nevadan, an Alumni of the University of Nevada in Reno and a member of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity Delta Iota Chapter.
He and his wife, Sara, live in Reno, Nevada. They have a son Ben and a daughter Nora.