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Donlen Names Strategic Consulting and Sustainability Director

June 03, 2011 - Press Release

NORTHBROOK, IL - Donlen, North America’s fastest growing fleet leasing and management company, has named Amy Blaine as its new Director of Strategic Consulting and Sustainability.
 
“Donlen is at the forefront of innovations that address key trends for optimal fleet efficiency. In-depth fleet analysis and sustainability initiatives will be instrumental in helping companies meet operational and stakeholder demands,” said Jim Kachidurian, Donlen’s Senior Vice President of Client Relations. “Amy’s expertise in merging sustainability metrics and information technology with ongoing consultation is a perfect fit for our clients who are looking to achieve improvement in both areas. We are thrilled to have Amy spearheadingthese programs.”
 
Blaine brings to Donlen 20 years of experience building and managing complex consulting projects, most recently for ComEd, where she redesigned the greenhouse gas reporting process to track emissions including the fleet, building energy, and emergency power generation areas. Blaine and the team of Strategic Consultants will work closely with Donlen’s clients to examine historical, behavioral, and fiscal trends that impact each major lifecycle cost, and recommend solutions to achieve operational efficiency. 

“Donlen really understands how utilizing technology and data in their Strategic Consulting process can help our clients reduce both fleet costs and environmental impacts,” said Blaine. “I look forward to being an integral part of Donlen’s Strategic Consulting team.”
 
Blaine holds an M.S. in environmental management and sustainability from IIT, an M.S. in statistics from Ohio State University, and a B.A. in statistics from theUniversity of Michigan.
 
For more information about Donlen’s sustainability initiatives or Strategic Consulting process, please contact Amy Blaine at [email protected] or visit our website at www.donlen.com.

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