The Automotive Industries Association of Canada has appointed Katherine Power as manager, Public Relations. Power joins the association after successfully managing her own PR/Communications consulting firm, MAD apples, for the past five years where she focussed her business interests primarily on the not-for-profit/association sector in Ottawa. Power has worked in the private sector, the federal government, and the not-for-profit environment. Prior to launching MAD apples, Power planned and implemented all communications for Stentor’s International division. Power replaces Denise Faguy who is leaving AIA to work with her entrepreneur husband and spend more time with her family.
Michael Butler has been appointed to the position of national insurance and services manager for PPG Refinish Canada, it was announced by Lee Smith, director, Refinish, PPG Canada. In his role in Insurance management, Butler will pursue new business development, develop current customers and manage all company compliance activities. Butler has 18 years experience in the collision repair marketplace beginning with OEM parts marketing, insurance vendor relations, and collision banner growth. For the past three years he has held the position of vice president of Fix Auto in Ontario.
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