The Green Truck Association, an affiliate division of the National Truck Equipment Association, recently elected new officers of its board of governors.
Robert Stevens will serve as the 2015-16 chairman of the association taking over the responsibility from the former chairman Bill Burns. Robert Stevens is the vice president of strategy at Roush CleanTech.
“I am grateful for this opportunity to take a leadership role in the Green Truck Association and use this position as a platform to support the movement toward adopting alternative fuel technologies,” said Stevens.
In addition to Stevens' appointment, Shawn Brougham, director of marketing and product engineering at Altec Industries, was elected vice chairman. John Davis, chief program engineer for Ford Commercial Vehicles, was elected treasurer.
Serving with the newly elected officers are Amy Dobrikova, director of strategy and business development for Crosspoint Kinetics, Margo Melendez, manager of transportation technology deployment for National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Chris Weiss, vice president of engineering at Knapheide Manufacturing Company.
The Green Truck Association advocates for alternative fuels and sustainable technologies. It was established in 2010 to help fleets, manufacturers, upfitter’s, government agencies and other industry stakeholders stay up to date with new developments and to improve the market for green truck applications.
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Originally posted on Trucking Info