Charlotte, N.C.-The National Auto Body Council has named a new member to the National Auto Body Council Board, filling an open position.
Kristle Bollans, director of Replacement Accounts for the Hertz Corporation, has joined the NABC Board. She has been with The Hertz Corporation for 16 years, holding positions in both the Airport and Off Airport Divisions. In her current role, Bollans oversees a large team of Account Representatives across the US who support both Insurance and Fleet Replacement companies onsite at their facilities. Her team has daily interaction with insurance adjusters and collision repair shops. Prior to that, Kristle worked in several different rental locations and as an on-site at claim centers interacting directly with adjusters and shops on a daily basis.
Bollans has an incredible passion for people and service and is a bold, progressive, forward thinker. With these attributes, she has been able to drive results not only in her division, but in other segments of the business as well. She is a trusted advisor for Hertz and her customers.
Her passion about the collision industry extends to giving back those in need. She is a member of the WIN committee and the CREF scholarship review committee. In addition, she is a leader in Hertz’s Woman’s Employee Resource Group committee volunteering her time to the community. Bollans studied Human Resources and Business Management and currently resides in Madison, Wisc., with her husband and two children.
“We have accelerated our strategic initiatives through the guidance and leadership of our NABC board members,” said Bill Garoutte, president and CEO of the National Auto Body Council. “We welcome Kristle to the NABC board and look forward to working with her and our current volunteer board members to continue to build positive awareness for the collision industry and enhance the foundation of the wonderful institution of The National Auto Body Council. Also, we thank these board members for their commitment of time and resources to help advance our important cause.”