LKQ's Ian Musselman Appointed to CAWA's Board of Directors

LKQ’s Ian Musselman Appointed to CAWA’s Board of Directors

In the aftermarket for 20+ years, Musselman has been responsible for LKQ's policy initiatives since 2019.

Ian Musselman, senior vice president of government and regulatory affairs for the LKQ Corporation, has been appointed to the board of directors for CAWA.

According to CAWA, Musselman has been responsible for the company’s global regulatory and policy initiatives, which include opening its North American public affairs office in Washington, D.C. His role involves shaping LKQ’s government affairs strategy across North America, overseeing external policy-related communications, managing association memberships and events, and serving as the political action committee treasurer for LKQ.

Before joining LKQ, Musselman worked for Continental Automotive Group and Continental Tire of the Americas as the director of government affairs for North America from 2012 to 2019. He established Continental’s government affairs office in Washington, DC and led government relations efforts before the U.S. Congress and the executive branch. In 2014, he developed Continental’s state government affairs office, collaborating with states on regulations related to growth incentives, product development and employment, CAWA said.

Earlier in his career, Musselman was a principal director at American Continental Group (ACG), starting in 1999. There, he offered clients guidance in several areas such as government oversight, healthcare, transportation, and defense, among others.

Musselman resides in Maryland with his family. He obtained a bachelor of arts in American studies from Colby College in Waterville, Maine.

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