ACC Announces 2022-2023 Leadership Team

ACC Announces 2022-2023 Leadership Team

ACC engages marketing and communications professionals with learning and networking opportunities.

The Automotive Communications Council (ACC) has announced that new selections have been made to the organization’s leadership team and board member lineup. ACC says the announcement of the new roles provides an exceptional opportunity for the council to continue its objective of providing networking and educational programs in support of all members and their responsibilities as marketing and communication professionals within the automotive aftermarket.

The member-run ACC is led by a leadership team consisting of a president, vice president and immediate past president. The leadership team is supported by six members of the ACC who serve as board members.

The leadership team for 2022-2023 is:

• President: John McGrane, Acme Manufacturing

• Vice President: Shawn Collins, EXTEND Group

• Immediate Past President: Jennifer Holland, ASE

The newest member who has been elected as board member is:

• Leyla Saad, Schrader TPMS Solutions

Current board members are:

• Joanne Baik, DENSO

• Shawn Bird, AutoNet TV Media

• Peter Bulmer, Turnkey Media

• Patrick Cronin, NTN Bearing Corp.

• Heather King, John Dow Industries

Immediate past president Jennifer Holland announced the new appointments for the leadership team and board members noting, “The ACC is extremely proud to have this elected board of individuals leading our organization as we move into an anticipated time of growth as we emerge from the pandemic. Starting with the annual conference in August in Savannah, we look forward to offering valued networking and educational events supporting the professional members of ACC. These activities are only possible with a dedicated group of individuals to lead ACC in a collective effort to bring value to our industry.”

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