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Women at Castle Automotive Group take on key roles

Numerous women rise through the ranks to take on leadership roles in response to underrepresentation in the industry

Oakbrook Terrance, Ill.—Castle Automotive Group (CAG) has announced it is raising the bar by making it a top priority to foster a welcoming and inclusive workplace culture. The company owns 14 dealership locations with 26 new car franchises throughout Illinois and Northwest Indiana and has implemented various initiatives and policies to ensure equal opportunities and support for all employees.

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One major initiative is the Women at Castle Automotive Group, highlighted in response to the underrepresentation of women in the automotive industry. This aims to provide professional development, networking opportunities, and mentorship for women at the Castle Automotive Group. The program has been a resounding success, with numerous women rising to take on leadership roles within the company.

The following is the listing of the current Women at Castle Automotive Group in leadership roles:

CHRISTINA ALANIZREGIONAL DIRECTOR, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INDIANA
CASSANDRA A CASINADIRECTOR HUMAN RESOURCES & EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE
ANDREA LOMBARDOCORPORATE CONTROLLER
HAYLEY NAVARROREGIONAL SERVICE DIRECTOR (2022 Automotive News 40 under 40)
SHERI M POLLACKCORPORATE CONTROLLER
JENNY RODRIGUEZVICE PRESIDENT HUMAN RESOURCES & CULTURE
WENDY WEGNERDIRECTOR MARKETING & STRATEGY
EMILY DENISE MURFFLOT/PORTER MANAGER
SHARON K BAROZZINIF&I MANAGER
ANDREA ROBSONBDC MGR
CARRIE A STEINHISEROFFICE MANAGER
STEPHANIE BAZAARF&I MGR
THERESA MARIE DELGADOBDC MGR
CHEYENNE PERROTTABDC MGR
TIFFANY RENEE TAYLORF&I MGR
HANNAH WRINGPARTS MGR
JENNIFER RADZIUKOFFICE MANAGER
JADE WHEELERBDC MANAGER
BRITTANY DEVIN CAVANAUGHINVENTORY MANAGER
JAEL E GAMBOABDC MANAGER
HEATHER SPURRIERSALES MGR

“We believe that diversity and inclusivity are essential for the success of our organization and bring different viewpoints to the table, which helps steer strategy and decisions,” said Joe Castle, CEO of Castle Automotive Group. “At Castle, we are committed to creating a culture where everyone can thrive and reach their full potential. The Women at Castle Automotive Group program have played a vital role in this effort, and we are proud of the progress and impact it has had on our company.”

“We are constantly striving to create a more inviting and inclusive workplace,” said Jenny Rodriquez, Vice President Human Resources and Culture at Castle Automotive Group. “We know our work leads to better decision-making, creativity, and overall success. We are committed to creating a workplace where everyone feels valued and supported.”

Castle Automotive Group is committed to being a leader in all aspects of employment in the automotive industry. The company is proud of its progress and looks forward to continuing to create a welcoming and supportive environment for all employees.

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