2020 Conference Speakers
Fleet Administrator, City of Columbus, Ohio
Kelly Reagan oversees a fleet of 6,400 units with a budget of $40 million. Reagan has worked in the fleet industry for more than 30 years. The City of Columbus was named the No. 1 Fleet among the 2016 Leading Fleets and Government Fleet named Reagan himself the 2016 Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year. Reagan was also inducted into the Public Fleet Managers Hall of Fame in 2015 by Government Fleet Magazine.
Senior Manager, Mercury and Associates
Tony Yankovich has more than 25 years’ experience as a management analyst and consultant in the fleet management and public works trades. Mr. Yankovich specializes in serving state and local governments, universities, and private companies in the provision of fleet operation reviews, facilities space needs assessments, and development of facilities master plans.
|Sara Glenn, CAFM
Fleet Operations Superintendent, City of Fayetteville, Arkansas
In 2019, Sara succeeded Jesse Beeks as Fleet Operations Superintendent for the City of Fayetteville Arkansas. Prior to her appointment, she served as Fayetteville’s Fleet Support Manager for nearly 5 years. Her degree in Finance, combined with a background in motorcycles lends a unique view on budget and policy vs. reality in the Fleet world and how to navigate both. She is currently president of the Arkansas Public Fleet Professionals Association.
Evolutionary Measures, Inc.
Mike Letson is a Process Improvement Professional who enjoys working with a variety of industries and situations. Unlike many others, his experience ranges from the physical to the transactional, and thrives in data analysis.
|Craig Croner, CPFP
Administrative Services Manager, City of Boise, Idaho
Craig oversees a fleet of 1,600 units with a budget of $3.6M. The City of Boise was named the No. 1 Fleet among the 2015 Leading Fleets. This past year, Craig and his team worked with financial leadership to evaluate fleet replacement criteria, maintenance costs, and operational data, and determined they could extend vehicle lifecycles. This is expected to save the city $1 million annually.
|Jeffrey Hawthorne, CAFM
Fleet Director, City of Palm Beach, Florida
Jeff’s fleet tied for the top spot in the 2020 100 Best Fleet’s Contest. This past year, his organization tackled several glaring issues, including having inadequate accountability of pool vehicles, spending too much on accident repairs and decommissioning vehicles before auctioning. He also worked with their IT department to enhance fleet software functionalities and create in-house platforms to help better manage the fleet.
|Liz Tuck-Rowan, CPPO
Purchasing Manager, Central Arkansas Water
Liz manages the Central Arkansas Water’s Procurement Department; providing quality service to customers and vendors alike, by implementing and supporting processes that provide timely, cost-effective, high-quality contracts through cooperative and proactive procurement practices. Liz has served many years as Treasurer for the Arkansas Public Fleet Professionals Association.
Alternative Fuels Planner, INCOG
Adriane Jaynes is the Alternative Fuels Planner at Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG), where she works to prepare the Tulsa region and the state for emerging transportation technologies with an emphasis on transportation electrification and vehicle autonomy. In this role, she also serves as Coordinator for Tulsa Area Clean Cities Coalition, a US Department of Energy program hosted at INCOG, with a goal of reducing dependence on imported petroleum. She serves on several state and local taskforces convened to prepare for on-road advanced transportation technologies, is a founding member of the Oklahoma Electric Vehicle Coalition and serves on its executive committee.
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.
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