Per the results of the 2023 NASTF elections, which closed Sept. 12, the 2024 board of directors will consist of the following
Wheat Ridge, Colo.—The National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF), a not-for-profit organization established to facilitate the identification and correction of gaps in the availability and accessibility of service information, training, diagnostic tools and equipment, and communications, has announced the results of its 2023 board of directors elections.
The 2024 board of directors will consist of the following:
• Chair: Bob Stewart, General Motors
• Vice Chair: Chris Gardner, Motor Equipment Manufacturers Association
• Treasurer/Secretary: Greg Potter, Equipment and Tool Institute
• OEM: Craig Jeffries, Subaru
• OEM: David Stovall, Toyota
• At-Large: Travis Taylor, Volkswagen
• At Large: Keith Perkins, L1 Automotive Training/Technician
• Information Service Provider: Carl Evered, MOTOR Information Systems
• Tool Company: Greg Potter, ETI
• Shop Owner/Technician: Craig Johnson, Craig Johnson Automotive
• Dealer: Daniel Ingber, NADA*
• Technician: Scott Brown, Connie and Dick’s/Diagnostic Network
• Technician: Seth Thorson, Eurotech Auto Repair
• Trainer: Chris Chesney, Repairify
• Locksmith: Claude Hensley, Lockman Locksmith
• Tool and Equipment: Bob Augustine, OPUS IVS
* Daniel Ingber has been approved by the board to finish the remainder of Brad Miller’s term.
NASTF is a cooperative effort among the automotive service industry, the equipment and tool industry and automobile manufacturers (OEMs). There is no cost to participate in NASTF, which is open to professional auto service technicians, shop owners, service writers, OEM service employees or any other automotive industry professional.