AYES Announces Departure of Executive Director - aftermarketNews

AYES Announces Departure of Executive Director

ASE's Chuck Roberts will take over management of AYES' daily operations, in light of the previously announced merger of the two groups.

TROY, Mich. — Automotive Youth Educational Systems (AYES) has announced that Susan Moe, executive director of AYES has elected to resign effective Feb. 13. Moe has served as executive director since 2007.

The daily operations of AYES will be managed by Chuck Roberts, Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) executive director, following the recent announcement of a Memorandum of Understanding that is being pursued by both AYES and ASE.

"I have truly enjoyed my experience working with AYES and all of the industry partners that make this initiative such a success," said Moe. "The AYES program has touched the lives of so many students and helped many more enter into the field of automotive technology."

"Susan has played a vital role in bringing this initiative to the next level," said Jim Press, vice chairman and president of Chrysler LLC and current Chairman of AYES. "We are grateful for her dedication and commitment to AYES over the past two years."

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