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Gibbens Assumes Presidency of National Association of Fleet Administrators

April 13, 2005

GRAPEVINE, TEXAS – Highlighting The National Association of Fleet Administrators Fleet Management Institute and Law Enforcement Group (NAFA FMI-LEG) was NAFA’s Annual Business Meeting April 10, in which outgoing NAFA president Milton R. Reid passed the gavel and presidency to Charles Gibbens, fleet manager for Henrico County, Va. New Executive Director Phillip Russo, CAE, was also introduced as retiring Executive Director David Lefever, CAE, offered his thanks and farewells.Gibbens said that NAFA’s purpose is to educate automotive fleet management professionals. A new online service, Project webED, to be launched soon, will be “a fully integrated and interactive learning platform for fleet professionals to access educational content, products and programs, key communities, and e-learning opportunities,” as described by Reid.
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