Speakers

2017 Speakers

Dave Seavey, CAFM
Former Fleet Management Director for the City of Seattle, Washington

During Dave’s time in Seattle, the fleet was recognized as the #1 Fleet in North America by Government Fleet Magazine in 2012. Dave was inducted into Government Fleet’s Hall of Fame in 2016. He is also a retired Navy submarine officer. Dave will speak about metrics that move fleet performance and how to decrease vehicle downtime.
John Hunt, CPFP
Fleet Manager for the City of Portland, Oregon

John oversees Portland’s fleet operations and has received numerous awards including recognition as the #1 Fleet by Government Fleet Magazine in 2011, and induction into Government Fleet’s Hall of Fame in 2014. John will speak about calculating fleet rates, establishing vehicle life cycles, performance measures and how to benchmark, and rightsizing your fleet.
Sam Lamerato, CPFP
Former Fleet Maintenance Superintendent for the City of Troy, Michigan

Sam has been involved in fleet maintenance for over 41 years and is considered one of the top government fleet managers in the country. During Sam’s time in Troy, the fleet was recognized as the #1 Fleet in North America by Government Fleet Magazine in 2010. Sam was inducted into Government Fleet’s Hall of Fame in 2014. Sam will talk about parts management best practices, physical inventory and performance measures, and how to determine correct staffing levels.
Adriane Jaynes
Energy Programs Coordinator, INCOG

Adriane Jaynes is the Energy Programs Coordinator at INCOG. In this role, she oversees the Tulsa Area Clean Cities Coalition and administers more than $2,000,000 in federal funding for alternative fuel and energy efficiency projects across Oklahoma. She has a Master’s Degree in Administration and Community Practice in Social Work from the University of Oklahoma. Prior to her work with INCOG, Adriane worked for several nonprofit organizations, in positions focused on advocacy, grant writing, administration, and communications.
Eric Pollard
Clean Cities Coordinator, ACOG

Prior to joining ACOG in December 2014, Pollard was Co-Coordinator of the Tulsa Clean Cities Coalition. He previously held positions with the Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce and the City of Oklahoma City's Planning Department.
As coordinator, Eric assists Oklahoma’s public fleets by providing alternative fuels technical support, access to grant funding, training opportunities, and industry networking.