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®, Associate Project Manager, 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.
For more information on the CAFM® program, please visit www.nafa.org/certification.