Government Fleet has announced three finalists for the 2017 Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year award. The nominees were scored based on 10 categories: business plan, technology implementation, productivity, policies, PM program, utilization management, replacement program, customer service, fuel management, and safety.
The finalists are:
- Michael Brennan, CEM, fleet manager, Manatee County, Fla.
- Al Curtis, fleet services director, Cobb County, Ga.
- Mary Joyce Ivers, CPFP, fleet and facilities manager, City of Ventura, Calif.
Government Fleet asked the nominees to share an accomplishment from 2016 that they are most proud of.
This year's nominees also included:
- Lisa Bernier, transportation product line manager, U.S. Navy
- Brandon Elliott, fleet operations director, Lancaster County, S.C.
- Rick Haggard, CAFM, fleet manager, Seattle City Light, Wash.
- Keith Kerman, chief fleet officer, New York City
- Hector Sierra Morales, fleet manager, Osceola County, Fla.
- Darryl Syler, fleet manager, City of Dublin, Ohio
- Chris Trull, fleet management division director, City of Charlotte, N.C.
- Connie White-Arnold, fleet manager, City of Tampa, Fla.
The Fleet Manager of the Year award is sponsored by General Motors. The winner will be announced at the Honors Celebration at GFX, which takes place Jun 12-15 in San Antonio.