The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance has named its new executive director. Effective Jan. 11, Collin B. Mooney took the head of CVSA operations.
Mooney has recently been the acting executive director since the departure of the former director last September. He was CVSA’s deputy executive director since 2010. He has been with the Alliance since 2003 when he started as director of training programs before being promoted to deputy executive director. The official announcement as executive director makes Mooney the fifth executive director since CVSA was established in the early ’80s.
Before joining CVSA, Mooney worked for the Saskatchewan Highway Transport Patrol. He was also a transport officer with the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Branch of Alberta Transportation for more than a decade. Combined, Mooney has 27 years of experience in the transportation safety industry.
Mooney’s responsibilities as CVSA’s executive director will be to provide leadership, direction and administration for all aspects of the Alliance; respond to the needs of the membership; advocate for CVSA’s public policy positions; provide quality programs and services to members and partners; and work toward the achievement of CVSA’s mission, vision and goals.
According to its website, CVSA is an international not-for-profit organization composed of local, state, provincial, territorial and federal motor carrier safety officials and industry representatives from the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
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