I-CAR announced its 2018 international board of directors and Executive Committee following its annual membership meeting held during the week of Feb. 26 in in San Antonio.
The board of directors sets the overall strategic direction for the organization while assisting with 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; vehicle OEMs; equipment, tools and supplies; education, training and research; and related industry services.
Tim O’Day (Gerber Collision & Glass) will lead as chairman of the board and chair of the Executive Committee.
In addition, the following members will serve on the Executive Committee:
- Kyle Thompson, USAA (vice chair)
- Ron Vincenzi, Chilton Auto Body (treasurer)
- Mark Allen, Audi of America (secretary)
- Robert Hills, Universal Technical Institute (member-at-large)
- Jim Guthrie, Car Crafters (member-at-large)
- James Roach, American Honda Motor Co. (immediate past chair)
The remaining directors are:
- Mark Algie, 3M
- John Donley, IAnet
- John Eck, General Motors
- Chris Evans, State Farm Insurance
- Daniel Friedman, Enterprise Holdings
- Tim Hession, GEICO
- Sandee Lindorfer, Allstate Insurance
- Richard Perry, Chief Automotive Technologies
- Gerry Poirier, Farmers Insurance
- Roy Schnepper, Butler’s Collision
- Jeanne Silver, CARSTAR Mundelein
- Randy Stabler, Pride Collision Centers
- Marcy Tieger, Symphony Advisors
- Gary Wano, GW & Son Auto Body
“I-CAR is a critical component that enables our industry to properly repair vehicles,” said Tim O’Day, chair of the I-CAR international board of directors. “As we look to the future, we know responding to the changing market faster is becoming critical. The changes are only going to accelerate, meaning I-CAR must work even harder to ensure that our Industry has the information, knowledge and skills required to perform complete, safe and quality repairs. The I-CAR board of directors remains committed to sustaining that vision.”