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AFLA Adds Four to Board

January 04, 2018

The Automotive Fleet and Leasing Association (AFLA) has added four new board members, including Siemens fleet manager, Dejana's fleet and leasing director, the president of an influential fleet dealer, and the vice president of Fleet Street Remarketing.

The new board members, which were named in late 2017, include Katie Keeton, fleet account manager and procurement specialist of Siemens Building Technologies; Jonathan Culp, director of fleet and leasing with Dejana Truck & Utility Equipment; Kristen Napelton, president and CEO of the Napleton Fleet Group; and Steve Bender of Fleet Street Remarketing.

"We are privileged to have these individuals join our board of directors," siad Mary Sticha, AFLA's president. "Not only do they add a wide ranging breadth of experience to our organization, but they are passionate about serving AFLA and bringing value to our members."

The new members were named to roles including Keeton as secretary, Culp as director of allied, Napleton as director of dealers, and Bender as director of remarketing. They serve two-year terms from 2017 to 2019.

The first meeting of the new board was held on Nov. 30 in Orlando, which will host the 2018 Corporate Fleet Conference from Sept. 16 to 19. AFLA is based in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin.

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