AutomotiveMastermind Makes Changes

By Staff Writer August 05, 2022

AutomotiveMastermind (aM), part of S&P Global Mobility and a provider of predictive analytics and marketing automation solutions for dealerships, has announced a new, broader role for a senior data executive, as well as two other senior-level promotions.

Charity Taylor is moving into a new role overseeing the creation of the Enterprise Business Analytics Team within the S&P Global Mobility division. Taylor spent over 12 years at JD Power (PIN) prior to joining aM in April 2020

Aaron Baldwin has been promoted to chief product officer. In this role, he will oversee the product roadmap and strategy, supporting a team of directors specializing in product, product marketing, integrations and analytics. Before joining aM, Baldwin served as senior vice president of product and business development at CarNow.

Michael Eager has been promoted to the newly created role of chief revenue officer. In this role, Eager will oversee aM’s go-to-market teams and strategy. Prior to joining the aM team, Eager worked at CARFAX (also part of S&P Global Mobility) as the director of field sales and was instrumental in the launch of many products and growth of the sales business.

“As we look ahead to continue growing and scaling automotiveMastermind, I’m confident these new roles for Charity, Aaron and Michael will significantly strengthen our data leadership position, drive even greater levels of product innovation and continue to enhance product and service offerings for our dealer partners,” said automotiveMastermind Chief Executive Officer Matt Leone. “I could not have asked for more qualified and seasoned industry executives to fill these roles, and I look forward to ongoing success from these dedicated professionals and their teams.”

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