Automotive Communication Council Elects New Secretary And Board Members

Automotive Communication Council Elects New Secretary And Board Members

The Automotive Communication Council (ACC) membership elected a new secretary and three new members of its board of governors.

BETHESDA, Md. — The Automotive Communication Council (ACC) membership elected a new secretary and three new members of its board of governors. The secretary is for a one-year term, and the board member terms are two years.

Effective July 1, 2014, the ACC officers are:
President, Lance Boldt, AutoNetTV
First Vice President, Bob Zimmerman, Car Care News Service
Second Vice President, Chris Ayers, Automotive Data Media
Treasurer, Georgianne Dickey, Affinia Group, Inc.
Secretary, Kyle Freund, KYB Americas Corp.
Immediate Past President, Al Haberstroh, MontAD

Continuing board members are (2013-2015 term):
Keith Busch, Hitchcock, Fleming and Associates
Meagan Jensen, ZF Services LLC
Jennifer Rook, Gold Eagle Co.

New board members are (2014-2016 term):
Mike Harvey, WIX Filters
Steffanie Savine, The Marx Group
Brian Wheeler, Dayco Products

For more information, visit www.acc-online.org.

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