Here are ASE’s new officers

Ethel Walsh

Homer Hogg

The Nationwide Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) has declared its officers for its 2023 board of directors.

Through the once-a-year ASE board meeting held in Arizona, the following officers were being elected:

  • Chair – Homer Hogg, vice president, truck support, TravelCenters of The usa
  • Vice chair – Tom Trisdale, vice president, high quality, Toyota
  • Treasurer – Jason Rainey, vice president, NAPA AutoCare
  • Secretary – John Wolf, president, Snap-on Organization Remedies
  • Earlier chair – Brad Pellman, president of Pellman’s Automotive

“Volunteer leadership is instrumental in helping ASE set an agenda and fulfill the established mission each 12 months,” said Tim Zilke, president and CEO of ASE. “The new officers have devoted their time and skills and their depth of know-how is an invaluable asset to ASE. We thank them for top the ASE board and performing on behalf of all ASE constituents.”

ASE also elected a few new governors to its board of governors: Stacy Balzar from Ford, Elisha Huddleston from GM and Gary Uyematsu from  BMW.

Meanwhile, the ASE Training Foundation declared officers for its 2023 board of administrators. These positions were being elected all through the foundation’s current meeting held in San Diego.

Trey Michael, director of CTE and career pathways at the North Carolina Division of Public Instruction is the group’s new chair. Joelle Pollak, director of gross sales and advertising for NAPA AutoCare, will provide as vice chair although Eric Kenar, global aftersales and engineering and provider operations for Standard Motors World-wide Technological Center will provide as treasurer. The job of secretary will be held by Dwayne Myers, president and CEO of Dynamic Automotive. Mike Godson, Toyota T-10 teacher at Clark Faculty in Vancouver, Washington, will be previous chair.

Three board users were being renominated for more conditions: Howard Abrahams, senior supervisor at Toyota Motor North The united states Mike Hoffman, vice president of services, machines and routine maintenance at FedEx Freight, and James Sennett, supervisor of repair service plans at AAA.

Beginning terms as new customers in 2023 are: Brian Bell, supervisor of complex training operations at American Honda Drew Jablonowski, content and curriculum supervisor at Garage Gurus Kristy Jordan, director of talent acquisition at CarMax Jenny Kovacs, senior learn technician at C. Harper Ford Jared Ricart, president of Ricart Automotive Group Lisa Vassallo, specialized education operations manager at BMW North The us and Fay Watts, TSO technician expansion supervisor at Ford Motor Enterprise.


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