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Transportation Energy Institute Welcomes New Board Members

Transportation Energy Institute Press Release |
January 29, 2018

Alexandria, VA – The Transportation Energy Institute announced the members of its Board of Directors, who will serve from January 2018 through December 2019. The Board of Directors has executive, governance and fiduciary responsibilities for the Transportation Energy Institute.

Diversity of perspective throughout the transportation industry is a critical ingredient to the success of the Transportation Energy Institute,” said John Eichberger, executive director of the Transportation Energy Institute. “Our Board members exemplify this commitment to diversity, and they individually bring a level of expertise within their sectors to ensure that the organization stays focused on the subjects that will have the greatest benefit to the market. As the Transportation Energy Institute wraps up its fifth year, we are excited to be led by such a talented group of industry stakeholders.”

Continuing their service on the Transportation Energy Institute’s Board of Directors are:

  • Jay Ricker (Chairman), CEO, Ricker’s (Anderson, IN)
  • Bob Wimmer (Treasurer), director of energy & environmental research group, Toyota Motor North America (Washington, D.C.)
  • Mark DeVries, director of business development, Poet Ethanol Products (Wichita, KS)
  • Matt Forman, senior manager external affairs, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (Washington, D.C.)
  • Doug Haugh, president, Parkland USA (Gainesville, GA)
  • Brian Mandell, president, Phillips 66 Company (Houston, TX)
  • Ron Sabia, president and COO, Gulf Oil, Cumberland Gulf Group of Companies (Framingham, MA)

The Transportation Energy Institute also welcomes the following new Board members:

  • Derek Regal, senior manager of fuels and regulatory issues, Andeavor (San Antonio, TX)
  • Brian Johnston, senior director of transportation, Core-Mark International, Inc. (Aurora, CO)
  • Michael Lorenz, executive vice president of petroleum supply, Sheetz, Inc. (Altoona, PA)

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