Collision Industry Foundation Announces 2023 Board of Trustees

Collision Industry Foundation Announces 2023 Board of Trustees

The board includes 15 individuals who volunteer their time and commit to serving the mission and vision of CIF. 

The Collision Industry Foundation (CIF) is excited to announce their board of trustees and elected officers for 2023.

The incoming 2023 officers, rounding out the executive leadership, are as follows:

  • Dan Risley of CCC Intelligent Solutions Inc., elected to the position of president
  • Casey Steffen of Saint-Gobain Abrasives, elected to the position of vice president
  • Jim Ocampo of Axalta, elected to the position of treasurer
  • Petra Schroeder, Collisionista, continuing as secretary
  • Michael Quinn of AirPro Diagnostics, immediate past president

CIF also welcomes the following newly elected trustees for 2023: 

  • Martin Crowell of Geico
  • Harry Hall of National Coatings & Supplies | Single Source
  • Paul Hill of I-CAR
  • Brenda Hogen of PartsTrader
  • John Webb of TenPoint Complete

Trustees continuing their terms to serve CIF are:

  • Yvette Burke of Enterprise
  • Jordan Hendler of Admin Concepts
  • Frank LaViola
  • Scott Walton of Sherwin-Williams
  • Jeff Wildman of BASF

CIF congratulates the 2023 board of trustees as well as thanks the departing trustees for their dedication and commitment over the many years of service they provided to the CIF mission and vision. 

Departing CIF trustees, finishing their terms at the end of 2022:

  • Cheryl Boswell of DCR Systems
  • Kelly Broderick of Sherwin-Williams
  • Ann Gonzalez, Industry Consultant
  • Bryan Robinson of PPG

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