Princeton, NJ, May 11, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- NAFA Fleet Management Association is proud to announce its Class Of 2015/2016 Certified Automotive Fleet Manager (CAFM®) graduates. Recognized as the industry standard in fleet education, the CAFM® designation identifies excellence in fleet knowledge.
“The NAFA CAFM® program is the only certification program that proves an individual’s expertise in fleet,” said NAFA Chief Executive Officer Phillip E. Russo, CAE. “Other certification programs may attest that a person has minimum basic knowledge of fleet, but CAFM® proves the person is an expert.”
The 2015/2016 graduates are:
Frank Abart, CAFM®, Public Works Director, City of Emporia
Adam Ager, CAFM®, Fleet Management Specialist, Element Fleet Management
Jennifer Bagwell, CAFM®, Mechanic Supervisor, City of Virginia Beach
Michael Braband, CAFM®, Fleet Administrator, Pace Suburban Bus
Sam Brown, CAFM®, Fleet Administrator, City of Springfield, Missouri
Julie Brown , CAFM®, Fleet Supervisor Regional, Municipality of York
Richard Callis , CAFM®, Fleet Systems Administrator, Time Warner Cable
Jeffrey Carter, CAFM®, Fleet Manager, Portland General Electric, Oregon
Beth Catlett, CAFM®, Fleet Manager, Element Fleet Management
Jennifer Chapman, CAFM®, Account Manager, Foss National Leasing
James Conner, CAFM®, Sr. Buyer – Fleet, Publix Super Markets, Inc.
Samuel Cory, CAFM®, Automotive Tech II, Palm Beach County
Dora Coville Olson, CAFM®, Supervisor, Sandia National Laboratories
George Donegan, CAFM®, Fleet Services Manager, University of Washington
Walter Ederle, CAFM®, Fleet Maintenance Manager, City of Little Rock
Hassan Eldaly, CAFM®, District Supervisor, City of New York Police Department
Mohammad Elmomani, CAFM®, Fleet Officer Manager, Jordanian Air Force
Margaret Evans, CAFM®, Enterprise Vehicle Fleet Project Manager, The Boeing Company
Josephine Foley, CAFM®, Fleet Manager, Sullivan Tire Company
Jason Foster, CAFM®, Fleet Mechanic II, City of Gainesville
David Goddard, CAFM®, Corporate Fleet Manager, Capital Regional District
Jeff Haak, CAFM®, Owner, JHAAK Fleet Services, Charleston, South Carolina
Jeff G. Hill, CAFM®, Fleet Manager, Black & Veatch
Stan Hohman, CAFM®, Fleet Maintenance Supervisor, City of Georgetown, Texas
Regina Huffman, CAFM®, Fleet Market Manager (West), Time Warner Cable, Los Angeles, California
Virginia Lee Jatcko, CAFM®, Business Systems Consultant, APS, Inc.
Theresa Jenack, CAFM®, Fleet Manager, GE Oil & Gas
Paul Johnson, CAFM®, Fleet Supervisor, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Riad Khan, CAFM®, Fleet Capital Project Section Manager, City of Ottawa
James Korotki, CAFM®, Operations Supervisor, City of New York Police Department
David Kukula, CAFM®, Administrator 1, State of Ohio – Department of Youth Services
Daryl Lackey, CAFM®, General Manager, First Vehicle Services
Michael Marsh, CAFM®, Business Operations Analyst, State of Georgia
Leif Mattson, CAFM®, Fleet Operations Specialist, Montana-Dakota Utilities Co.
Amy M. McAdams, CAFM®, Project & Client Services Manager, ABM Industries
Peggy McGrath, CAFM®, National Fleet Coordinator, Mondelez International
Jean Paul, CAFM®, Field Fleet Manager, Aramark Services Inc.
Deborah Pratt-Israel, CAFM®, Public Works Analyst, City of Vancouver
Martin Proude, CAFM®, Fleet Services Supervisor, Calgary Police Service
Peggy Schuette, CAFM®, Fleet Management Specialist, Element Fleet Management
Jana Schuster, CAFM®, General Manager, Bergstrom Pioneer Leasing
Daniel Solheid, CAFM®, Fleet Supervisor, City of Woodbury, Minnesota
Luis F. Tamayo, CAFM®, Program Director, Palm Beach State College
Mounir Wassef, CAFM®, Founder of Citywide Sustainability, NYC Fleet, City of New York
John Wood, CAFM®, VP For Student Success, Ranken Technical College
James Woods, CAFM®, Coordinator, Saint Clares Health System
John Wuich, CAFM®, Vice President – Strategic Consulting, Donlen Corporation
Kevin Zager, CAFM®, Crew Chief, Montgomery County, Maryland
Throughout the fleet management profession, NAFA’s CAFM® program is recognized as the industry standard. The certification symbolizes that the fleet manager is an expert in his or her field, the way a CPA is recognized in the accounting field. CAFM® identifies and recognizes exceptional fleet management professionals, and many employers now require fleet managers to obtain the CAFM® designation prior to, or shortly after, employment.
To become certified, participants must pass a series of comprehensive examinations to demonstrate expertise in the eight disciplines of automotive fleet management: Fleet Information Management, Maintenance Management, Vehicle Fuel Management, Asset Management, Business Management, Financial Management, Risk Management, and Professional Development.
About NAFA Fleet Management Association
NAFA is the association for professionals who manage fleets of sedans, public safety vehicles, trucks, and buses of all types and sizes, and a wide range of military and off-road equipment for organizations in North America and across the globe. NAFA’s members are responsible for the specification, acquisition, maintenance, repair, fueling, risk management, and remarketing of more than 4.6 million vehicles that drive an estimated 50-billion miles each year. NAFA’s members control assets and services well in excess of $100-billion each year.
NAFA’s members manage fleets for corporations covering a wide range of manufacturing and service organizations, governments (whether local, state and/or federal), and public service entities (public safety, law enforcement, educational institutions, utilities, etc.); still other members serve financial institutions, insurance companies, non-profit organizations, and the like. For more information visit http://www.nafa.org.
For more information on the CAFM® program, please visit www.nafa.org/certification.