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I-CAR has announced its 2011 International Board of Directors and Executive Committee following the I-CAR Annual Membership Meeting in Dallas (Grapevine), Texas on Feb. 10.
The 2011 Executive Committee consists of:
Chair Elise Quadrozzi, Crawford & Company
Vice Chair William Brower, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company
Secretary Dustin Womble, Roger Beasley Collision Center for Society of Collision Repair Specialists
Treasurer Bob Keith, CARSTAR
Immediate Past Chair Tom Moreland, AkzoNobel
Member-At-Large Bruce Bares, Certified Collision Centers
Member-At-Large Rollie Benjamin, ABRA Autobody & Glass.
Quadrozzi said, “I-CAR’s 30-year history of delivering solutions to the inter-industry and enabling members to maintain pace with the latest technologies and collision repair information will continue to be strengthened as I-CAR delivers on its vision. With the introduction of the role-driven I-CAR Professional Development Program in 2010, the inter-industry has more opportunities to receive relevant training, advance professionally, and add even more value to their industry-recognized designations.”
The remaining directors include:
Farzam Afshar, Verifacts Automotive
Bruce Cooley, DuPont Performance Coatings, Inc.
William DeGrocco, GEICO Insurance
Ronald Doerr, General Motors Company
Chris Evans, State Farm Insurance Companies
David Henderson, See Progress, Inc.
Joseph Laurentino, Esurance
John Norton, Ford Motor Company
Greg Potter, Dearborn Group Technology for Equipment & Tool Institute
Timothy Richardson, Universal Technical Institute
Eugene Scambray, Copart
Mike Schoonover, Schoonover Bodyworks for Automotive Service Association
James Spears, USAA
Doug Webb, CSi Complete – Education Foundation Representative
The Board of Directors sets the overall strategic direction for the organization and assists in obtaining resources in support of the I-CAR Mission. The Board of Directors is comprised of representatives from each of the following six industry segments – collision repair; insurance; equipment, tools, and supplies; education, training, and research; vehicle manufacturers; and related industry services.