NAFA Fleet Management Association retains JDG to conduct CEO search
JDG Associates, Ltd. has been engaged to conduct the search for the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) position at the Princeton, NJ based NAFA Fleet Management Association.
NAFA is the world’s largest not-for-profit membership association for individuals who manage the vehicular fleet and mobility responsibilities for their employers. NAFA offers CAFM® (Certified Automotive Fleet Manager), the most recognized credential in the fleet industry, as well as a range of programs and services in education, advocacy, and peer networking. NAFA is, in fact, regarded as an essential element of success for individuals involved in the field. Its more than 2,000 individual fleet manager members are employed by corporations, universities, governments agencies (federal, state, municipal, provincial), utilities, and other entities using vehicles in its normal conduct of business or needs to move people or goods from one place to another. World-wide, NAFA members are responsible for more than 4.2 million vehicles managing assets in excess of $92-billion traveling more than 84-billion miles each year.
In addition, NAFA is supported by more than 1,000 Associate Members representing companies that support fleet managers in their work. These include vehicle manufacturers, leasing companies, aftermarket equipment suppliers, telematics firms, service providers, and others. NAFA is widely regarded as a trusted, unbiased and credible source of information and expertise. Moreover, NAFA is recognized for its leadership in shaping the future of fleet and mobility management through its education and advocacy programs, as well as being part of a collegial alliance of individuals with a common passion for excellence, mutual respect, shared experience, and collective action.
NAFA offers an exceptional opportunity for a high energy, professionally committed association professional looking to head a premiere organization in its field as it meets important technological, organizational, industrial and demographical transitions. Taking leadership of a well-regarded and highly motivated staff, NAFA’s new CEO will play a substantive role in the development of a new strategic plan and assume oversight and leadership of new initiatives in membership development, certification, continuous improvement and publications.
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