Joe became the executive director of the Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) in 2016. Representing Abbott, Joe had served on the NETS Board of Directors since 2008 and as board chair from 2014 to 2015. He has more than 26 years of occupational health and safety experience across Abbott’s manufacturing R&D and commercial business sectors with emphasis in process safety loss prevention and global road safety. In addition to successfully leading the organization’s fleet safety programs, he led Abbott’s efforts to implement a comprehensive cell phone ban while driving. He also championed Abbott’s initiative to make road safety a component of its corporate social responsibility program.
Sergio has over 21 years of experience as a personal trainer, nutritionist and holistic health coach. In addition to working with professional athletes, CEO’s and celebrities, Sergio has also worked with many corporations and community organizations, helping them to develop and implement a variety of wellness and productivity programs. Sergio is a certified in a variety of advanced nutrition and fitness disciplines, and holds a bachelors degree in psychology. In addition to being a health expert for NBC for 11 years, Sergio was also appointed by the White House to serve as executive director of fitness, sports & nutrition.
Baker Green has been in transportation management for 35 years from UPS to dairy, oil and gas, and construction; and his experience ranges from operations to fleet management and DOT compliance. Baker has been fortunate to work in a variety of industries and gain valuable perspective from each due to their unique requirements. His focus on safety earlier in his career has served him well in his recent endeavors.
Lisa Kneggs began her fleet career in 1995 as fleet administrator for Pizza Hut. In 1997, Lisa took over all of the Yum! Brands Restaurant company vehicles, 1,250 units. In 2004,after being nominated for Fleet Manager of the Year, Lisa was approached by Coinmach Service Corp., to be fleet manager for a 1,250 vehicle service fleet. In 2015, she joined EnLink Midstream where she currently manages a mixed fleet of close to 700 work trucks, trailers, ATV’s and boats.
Jennifer has been with the NTSB for the past 16 years—first as a vehicle factors engineer and currently as an investigator-in-charge in the Office of Highway Safety. She has investigated crashes that resulted in the NTSB issuing recommendations related to collision avoidance systems and electronic stability control systems on all commercial vehicles. Jennifer has degrees in mechanical and bioengineering from the University of Pennsylvania, and a degree in applied automotive technology from Montgomery College.
Lee Pierce is an accomplished fleet professional and self-confessed “gear head.” Vehicles are her life’s work/passion. She is driven by process improvement, data integration and bottom line results. Lee has managed two of the top 50 largest fleets, managed budgets in excess of $100 million, and produced more than $5 million in annual savings achieved by right-sizing fleet and cycling assets maximizing terminal value.
Joe retired from the Virginia State Police in 2012 after 26 years and during his tenure, was recognized by the Governor of Virginia and the General Assembly for planning and executing a complex alliance partnership to reduce vehicle crashes injuries and fatalities. He joined Fisher Auto Parts in 2012 and part of his VP oversight is the DOT and safety departments. A winner of the 2017 Fleet Safety Award, his team has used fundamental concepts, collaboration, research and telematics to attain constant improvement in driver behavior risks reducing crash rates and collateral costs to Fisher Auto Parts, Inc.
Harry is responsible for fleet and driver safety thought leadership, supporting AIG field risk consultants with fleet best practice initiatives, technology updates and sponsoring outcome-based client facing risk consulting engagements. Furthermore, he is responsible to liaise with vendor/partners to offer AIG clients innovative tools and resources not directly available through AIG. Prior to joining AIG, Harry was vice president of business development at Driver’s Alert, an industry leader offering an integrated fleet safety platform combining crowd sourced observations, driver coaching, on-line safety training, motor vehicle records (MVRs) and safety focused telematics. Harry was also vice president of business development for 10 years at Element Fleet Services the industry’s largest full service fleet management and leasing company.