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Renee Ricciotti, national key account sales manager, is first woman from 3M to join the board.
The National Auto Body Council has appointed Renee Ricciotti, national key account sales manager, to its 2013 national board. She is the first woman from 3M to serve on the NABC board.
Ricciotti has been a member of the collision industry for nearly two decades, helping build the 3M Automotive Aftermarket Division across the United States. As national key account sales manager since 2008, Ricciotti has put her leadership skills and industry expertise to work to successfully build multi-functional teams to effectively serve 3M’s automotive customers.
“It’s an honor to be selected to serve on the NABC board to give back to the collision industry,” said Ricciotti. “I look forward to addressing industry issues on behalf of the manufacturers, distributors and store owners I’ve worked with for 20 years. I look forward to being involved in great NABC programs like Recycled Rides and Automotivation.”
Ricciotti, who joined 3M Automotive Aftermarket Division in 1994 as an account representative for the Northeast region, also has served as the area sales manager for the Midwest region, training and development supervisor, marketing supervisor for adhesives, sealers and coatings, and national account marketing supervisor. She has received numerous awards for her performance, including the 3M Golden Step Award, Brick Layer Award and top sales performer.
She is a certified 3M Six Sigma Green Belt and participant in the 3M executive mentor program. Ricciotti is a committee member of the Women’s Industry Network (WIN) and actively involved in other collision industry organizations. She is a graduate of Villanova University with a bachelor of business administration with a concentration in finance.