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ASE announces new officers for 2022

The ASE chairperson of the board is Brad Pellman, president, Pellman’s Automotive in Colorado

Leesburg, Va.—The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) has announced its officers for its 2022 board of directors. The officers were elected during the annual ASE board meeting held in Arizona.

“The ASE volunteer leadership board provides invaluable knowledge and expertise that helps ASE keep abreast of industry trends and continue to provide exceptional service to all of our constituents,” said Tom Zilke, ASE president and CEO. “We want to thank our board members for their commitment and dedication to ASE. Their support, as well as the ongoing support from their companies, allows ASE to set the standard for quality and excellence in industry certification.”

Brad Pellman

The ASE chairperson of the board is Brad Pellman, president, Pellman’s Automotive, while the vice chairperson is Homer Hogg, vice president, truck service, Travel Centers of America. In addition, Brian Szalk, head of technician training and dealer EV readiness, Stellantis, will serve as treasurer and Jason Rainey, vice president, NAPA AutoCare/AAA, holds the role of secretary. Mark Polke, director of Bosch Workshop Concepts, North America, Robert Bosch LLC, will serve as past chair.

ASE also elected two new governors to its board of governors: Stacey Hamilton, vice president, field initiatives, TBC Corp and Luis Sanchez, director, technical training and curriculum, Subaru of America, Inc.

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