LEESBURG, Va. — New officers are in place at the ASE Education Foundation.
The new leadership for the organization — the non-profit foundation accredits automotive technology education programs using standards developed by the automotive service industry — is:
- Chair — Chris Wallace, technical training integration manager at General Motors Co.;
- Vice chair — Ted Hood, division sales manager at Genuine Parts Co.;
- Treasurer — Donna Sachar, assistant vice president of talent at CarMax Inc.; and
- Secretary — Michael Godson, professor at Clark College.
Lenora Jackson, manager of training operations at American Honda Motor Co., is the past chair.
New board members are: Todd Berman of Berman Auto Group and Rafael Garcia of Hill Country European Autoworks. Others who joined the board in mid-2019 are Mike Hoffman of FedEx Freight and Trey Michael of the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.
Mark Miller of GM, Jim Norton of Jim Norton Toyota and Donny Seyfer of Seyfer Automotive all have left the board.
The Leesburg-based group also develops career-readiness education for students, according to the foundation.