Natalie M. Pierce Shult

Updated Mar 13, 2017


I don’t exactly consider myself beautiful, but I am determined. I’ve been driving a truck for 16 years on and off. I met my husband in orientation for the first company I went to work for. He rolled our truck a few years ago with me in the bunk asleep and no longer drives. I drive solo to care for our family and him. I am a mother of eight children and a survivor of domestic violence from my first marriage. I am a jewelry artist. I participate in the free arts movement and practice Random Acts Of Kindness by leaving the jewelry pieces with a tag that says “free art/a gift for you” I make at truck stops and rest areas for people to find. It is a way of giving back to the universe without any expectations in return. I consider myself a hard worker and try to always be professional and safe at what I do out here on the roads. I’ve got a lot of people counting on me at home.

Showcase your workhorse
Add a photo of your rig to our Reader Rigs collection to share it with your peers and the world. Tell us the story behind the truck and your business to help build its story.
Submit Your Rig
Reader Rig Submission