Janet Barnard and Grace Huang Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry

The business enterprise is represented through two tested leaders on the 2020 list.

ATLANTA,Janet Barnard, chief humans officer, for Cox Automotive, and Grace Huang, president at Manheim, a Cox Automotive company, have been named amongst the one hundred Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry through Automotive News. Barnard, Huang and their co-honorees are featured in a different part of the Nov. 9 trouble and have been identified at a virtual, specific get together backed by means of Automotive News and Deloitte.

100 Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry acknowledges ladies who are leaders in the car discipline – these who make predominant selections and have substantial have an effect on at their companies. Automotive News has posted the listing of the industry's pinnacle girl executives each and every 5 years because 2000.

Among the pinnacle priorities at Cox Automotive is constructing a subculture that is consultant of its patron base and demonstrates appreciate for people, various views and accountable actions. The agency has a legacy of doing the proper aspect for its clients, personnel and the communities in which it operates. This philosophy is exemplified by using these Cox Automotive leaders.

Janet Barnard, Chief People Officer, Cox Automotive

After being honored on the 2015 one hundred Leading Women listing when she used to be president of Manheim, Barnard is as soon as once more identified for her management in automotive. As chief humans officer for Cox Automotive, Barnard develops the organization's high-performance lifestyle and brain administration software to assist the company's imaginative and prescient to seriously change the automobile industry. Her group courses the improvement of tens of hundreds of crew participants globally spanning extra than 25 brands. Prior to turning into chief humans officer, Barnard used to be the president of Cox Automotive Inventory Solutions. Barnard is the chair of the Board of Governors, Georgia State Chamber of Commerce – Innovation and Technology Committee and is a member of the Dean's Advisory Board for University of Nebraska's College of Business.

Grace Huang, President, Manheim

As president, Huang units Manheim's strategic path and is accountable for all operations, comprising seventy six bodily auctions and public sale offerings locations. Her crew encompasses heaps of personnel throughout the U.S. protected in the Manheim commercial enterprise and associated manufacturers such as Manheim Express, Ready Logistics, Central Dispatch and DealShield. Huang additionally oversees the industry's first omni-channel trip being delivered via the Manheim Marketplace. Prior to main Manheim, Huang was once the senior vice president of Manheim Inventory Solutions. Huang is a board member of the Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities and helps the T.J. Martell Foundation.

"Janet and Grace are valued participants of the Cox Automotive group who show the kind of daring management and ardour that helps our enterprise thrive, in particular for the duration of difficult circumstances," stated Sandy Schwartz, CEO of Cox Automotive. "We congratulate them on their hard-earned honors and seem to be ahead to the many extra contributions they will make to propel our corporation and consumers into a profitable future."

The 2020 category of Automotive News' one hundred Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry emerged from a months-long nomination and judging technique that attracted heaps of entries from the United States, Canada and Mexico.

"A contrast of the 2020 and 2015 Automotive News lists of a hundred Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry confirms that the fame of girls in the enterprise continues to improve," stated Mary Beth Vander Schaaf, Automotive News managing editor and chief of the project. "Our decision committee made many challenging decisions. The talented, effective executives on this listing are at the forefront of lots of profitable ladies in the auto industry." 

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