Erick is used to being a team player. It’s probably the biggest reason why he excelled at sports throughout his youth, creating lasting friendships with teammates and coaches. A graduate of West Springfield High School, Erick attended West Virginia University, where he received a BA in Psychology.
During summer breaks, Erick worked for Interstate, locally and across the country. This experience helped him develop deep bonds with fellow Move Team members, many of whom still work with Interstate today.
In 2006, Erick was offered a full-time position with Interstate as a Move Consultant. Erick’s customers appreciate his practical approach, friendly personality, and his ability to explain the moving process in a way that makes sense. As a result, Erick truly knows how to provide a hassle-free, positive moving experience. Erick was promoted to role of Sales Manager in 2015.
Joe is a family man. It’s probably one of the reasons why he has excelled at Interstate, which is family owned and run. Joe has been relocating people down the street, across the country, and around the world for more than 34 years. In that time, there is nothing he hasn’t seen or done, when it comes to moving. It’s no surprise that Joe has earned the status of Million Dollar Sales Club member, and Salesman of the Year nine years in a row.
Joe served in the United States Army as a Military Policeman during the Vietnam War. It’s an understatement to say that Joe knows what service is all about. He is also a graduate of George Mason University.
Richie has been in the moving industry for five years. He began his career as a mover, quickly progressed to a surveyor position, and is now in the role of Move Consultant. Richie excels at logistics; he ensures that all household goods can smoothly and safely be moved from the house to the moving truck, and into the new home. He received his BA in Economics from Christopher Newport University in 2016. Richie takes pride in helping to reduce the stress of moving for his customers by using the knowledge he gained from his previous moving experiences.
Sara is family-oriented, loves animals, and has a genuine compassion for helping others. Sara came to Interstate with nine years of experience in relocation and transition services, supporting families, students, military members and executives as they move locally, nationally and internationally.
Sara spent her 20’s living abroad, volunteering, and completing her education, BA in Business Administration and MA in International Nonprofit Management. Sara even found time to visit 25 countries by the age of 25, and become a published children’s book author. She inspires others to see that relocating, traveling, and getting out of our comfort zones can be an opportunity for growth.
After relocating to Northern Virginia in 1994, Linwood spent fourteen years as the Director of Operations for A&M Supply Corporation. He departed A&M for an opportunity to work at The Washington Post, where he served as Transportation Manager for four years. Prior to joining the Interstate Team in 2016, Linwood’s most recent role was General Manager at
Two Men and A Truck, where he had oversight of two of the company’s Maryland locations.
Linwood has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Management Information Systems, with a Minor in Economics, from Ferrum College. He was a three-year starter on Ferrum’s football team. Linwood is married and has a son who attends Thomas Edison High School.
It’s easy to understand why Kim Woods received the “Rookie of the Year” award her first year with Interstate, and has since received “Move Consultant of the Year” twice. Kim truly cares about the needs of her clients, and strives to make every move hassle- and stress-free.
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Kim moved to the Northern Virginia area in 1989. With more than 25 years of experience in Sales and Marketing, specifically in training, client relations, management, and sales, clients and Interstate Team members enjoy working with Kim because she strikes the perfect balance between professionalism and being personable.
No one understands the process of moving better than Mike Stine. After all, Mike has worked in the moving industry since 1979. In that time, he has worn many hats, working as a packer, mover, driver, dispatcher, and operations manager. Customers enjoy working with Mike because he knows exactly how to tailor a move to fit a person’s needs and budget.
Prior to becoming a Move Consultant, Mike spent nine years working as a Senior Project Manager, where he coordinated and executed complex commercial office, industrial and archival moves.