In conjunction with American Automotive Leasing Association
Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel
Schaumburg, IL | July 22-23, 2014

2014 Speaker Biographies


Corey Catten
Chief Technology Officer
inthinc Technology Solutions, Inc.
Corey Catten has served as vice president and chief technology officer at inthinc Technology Solutions since 2003. He is responsible for leading engineering and software development teams in designing and delivering state-of-the-art technology to inthinc customers. During his tenure at inthinc, Catten has delivered the most advanced fleet management and driver safety solutions that are now implemented across thousands of vehicles operating within a variety of industries and environments. His developments, including in-cab verbal alters to speeding, seat-belt use and idling, have been hailed as revolutionary for its approach in coaching and modifying driver behavior, rather than punishing it.


Brian Chau
Senior Direction of Product Innovation
Wheels, Inc.
Brian Chau is the Senior Director of Product Innovation at Wheels. His primary role at Wheels, previous startups and public companies has been building innovation teams while building game-changing products. Brian has spoken at industry conferences about deploying Lean Startup/Customer Development processes, Agile Software Development, User Experience/Interaction Design, and whatever it takes to build products that win. Brian has held advisory & leadership roles at an interactive design agency, startup ventures, behavioral targeting media networks, consulting firms including EDS and PricewaterhouseCoopers, and is on the Board of Advisors at the DePaul University Center for Creativity and Innovation.


Ed Iannuzzi
Manager of Driver Services
ARI – Automotive Resources International
Ed Iannuzzi has more than 30 years’ experience in the fleet management industry. He began with ARI managing the technical call center in support of the company’s fleet maintenance, fuel, accident management, personal use reporting and driver safety services. He has since held lead roles in various customer service positions. Currently as manager of driver services, Ed consults with clients and develops custom solutions that will keep their drivers safe and compliant. Ed began his automotive career as a master technician for General Motors before joining Lend Lease Cars, a company acquired by ARI in 1989.


Jack Hanley
Executive Director
Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS)
Jack Hanley became the Executive Director of the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety in February 2008. As Executive Director, Jack is responsible for leading NETS’ road safety efforts. These include: the annual Strength in Numbers fleet safety benchmark survey, the annual Drive Safely Work Week campaign, marketing the Novice Driver’s Road Map, and NETSWork, NETS’ monthly enewsletter. In addition, Jack represents NETS on the UN Road Safety Collaboration, the principal steering committee for the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020 initiative. Prior to his current position, Jack spent thirty-years with Monsanto Company. His career included assignments in sales and marketing, global business management, strategic change and project management.


J. Kimo Ketner
Vice President
Fleet Safety Institute
J. Kimo Ketner leads the FSI’s advocacy initiatives to reduce deaths and injuries associated with fleet driving and distracted driving in businesses. James’s 25 year business career has included serving as Subject Matter Expert for a fortune 50 technology company and 5 years as a solution designer that provided research and strategy consulting services to state and local government entities in fleet management and safety . He served as a chair member for National Institute of Standards and Technology as well as other technology boards. James created the Fleet Safety Institute after seeing the litigations impacting small and medium business due to distracted driving.


Ted Lewin
Senior Manager of Risk Management Services
Wheels, Inc.  
Ted Lewin is the Senior Manager of Risk Management Services at Wheels, Inc.  In his role, Ted oversees both product development and sales for the various services we have in place to help our clients mitigate risk and liability for their vehicle fleets.  These services include motor vehicle record checks (MVRs), safety training, risk assessment programs and other tools clients can use to ensure their drivers are operating their vehicles responsibly.  Ted has over 10 years of experience in the fleet management industry, and he holds certifications in Commercial Auto Claims and Professional and Management Liability Insurance.


Art Liggio
Driving Dynamics, Inc.
Art Liggio is a risk and insurance management executive with over 30 years of experience helping businesses manage risk and mitigate losses. Since 1988, he has worked exclusively with fleet-based organizations. Art has consulted with numerous Fortune 500 companies regarding fleet safety and driver risk management covering a broad range of subjects from creating driver safety policies to establishing protocols for driver risk identification to regulatory compliance. He has orchestrated the development of a number of innovative web-based risk management / risk mitigation applications in use today at Fortune 500 companies, insurers and investment institutions. 


Phil Moser
Vice President
Advanced Driver Training Services
Phil Moser serves as Vice President for Advanced Driver Training Services. He lectures regularly on driver safety issues and has been featured as a driver safety expert on broadcast programs, including Good Day Philadelphia (Fox-29) and CBS affiliate KYW-TV. Prior to joining ADTS, Phil worked as a police officer in a suburban Philadelphia police department. Certified in Pennsylvania courts in the field of accident reconstruction, Phil has investigated approximately 3,500 vehicle crashes and has completed numerous driving-related training programs, including Forensic Accident Reconstruction, Advanced Accident Reconstruction, Homicide by Motor Vehicle Prosecution, DWI/DUI Detection and Enforcement, and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing.


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