UAW Names President

December 08, 2019

The UAW International Executive Board named Acting President Rory Gamble to fill the vacancy of president until the June 2022 Convention. Gamble will finish the term of Gary Jones, who resigned in the midst of a federal investigation into UAW corruption.

“This is an honor to complete my career and serve the members of this great union in this capacity,” said Gamble. “This wasn’t planned and it is a tall order. There are difficult decisions that will need to be made in the coming months for our members. But I promise one thing, when I retire and turn over this office, we will deliver a clean union on solid footing.”

Gamble, 64, spent 12 years as Director of Region 1A before being elected vice president and appointed to head the Ford department in 2018.

In his initial three weeks, Gamble moved swiftly as acting president, coalescing the IEB around a series of ethics reforms, including appointing an outside chief ethics officer; an internal ombudsman; policy changes; a claw back provision to recover misspent money; new financial controls including auditing and identifying and implementing stronger financial management practices.

Hertz Names President

November 26, 2019

Hertz Global Holdings, Inc. announced that Angela Brav has joined the company as president of Hertz’s international division.

Bray brings 25 years of executive experience with InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) in multiple operational and strategic roles in the U.S. and Europe. She is based at the car rental companys international headquarters near London and will report to Hertz President & CEO Kathryn Marinello.

NextGear Names President

November 05, 2019


Scott Maybee has been named president of NextGear Capital. Maybee comes to NextGear from Manheim Northstar Minnesota, where he was general manager and responsible for all facets of the Minneapolis-based operation. Prior to joining Manheim, Maybee spent 10 years with Nissan North America and Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation, rising to vice president of sales operations for Nissan Canada Finance.

In his new role, Maybee will report to Mark Bowser, executive vice president and CFO, Cox Automotive.

Dave Horan, who has served as acting president of NextGear Capital since July, will continue in his role as vice president of finance for the Carmel, Ind.-based company.


Group 1 Automotive, Inc. announced that Daryl Kenningham, president, U.S. operations, will also assume responsibility for the company’s Brazilian automotive operations on Nov. 1.

 Group 1 operates 17 dealerships representing the Honda, Toyota, BMW/MINI, and Jaguar/Land Rover brands throughout the states of São Paulo and Paraná in Brazil. Kenningham joined Group 1 in 2011 after serving in a variety of executive positions at Nissan Motor  and The Friedkin Companies over the previous 23 years.

LotLinx announced that Neal Gann will join the company’s senior leadership team as president.

At LotLinx, Gann will initially lead channel partnerships, OEM relationships, and marketing - including the next launch of their AI-powered search engine marketing solution, SEM /AI/. Gunn joins the LotLinx team from a five-year tenure at Showroom Logic.

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