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Women’s Industry Network Welcomes Six New Directors, Elects New Officers to Board

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The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) recently elected six new directors to its Board. Ruth Weniger, CEO of Airbag Solutions, LLC; Terri Neely, director of Operations for Nagy’s Collision Centers; Sharon Mazanec, industry consultant; Michelle Toups, manager of California Customs Collision Center; Susanna Gotsch, director, industry analyst for CCC Information Services Inc.; and Amy Nuttall, APD Claims Staff Advisor for USAA, will each serve a two-year term effective June 2011.

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“It is an honor to welcome these accomplished women to the WIN Board. Their diverse backgrounds and experiences will benefit WIN as we continue to grow and engage women in the collision repair industry and as we embark on our strategic initiatives for 2011 and beyond,” said Victoria Jankowski, WIN’s newly elected chair and P&C claims consultant for State Farm Insurance.

In addition to Jankowski’s election, four returning board members were elected as officers and will comprise the Executive Committee for 2011. Jennifer Justice-Haley, operations manager for Valley Paint & Body, Inc., will serve as vice-chair; Margaret Knell, director of corporate administration for I-CAR, will serve as administrative vice chair; Denise Caspersen, ASA’s Collision Division manager, will serve as secretary; and Teresa Bolton, director, Collision Repair Test Development for ASE, will serve as treasurer.

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Jankowski added, “WIN would also like to thank our outgoing board members Geralynn Kottschade, Mary Kunz, Jeanne Silver and Kim White for their years of service on the board. Their time and efforts have been instrumental in growing the WIN organization."


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