Automotive Industries Association of Canada executive vice-president Deborah Moynes-Keshen has announced that she is leaving the association June 22.
Moynes-Keshen is leaving to association and moving with her family to Calgary Alberta where husband Jeff Keshen has accepted a position with Mount Royal University.
“Deborah has been a highly valuable and dependable member of the AIA management team for the past 12 years and her leadership, expertise and commitment to the industry and the Association will be missed,” says AIA president Marc Brazeau. “AIA is stronger today because of Deborah’s immense contribution to the growth of the association. She has been instrumental in the development and delivery of our new business plan and governance model and she has led numerous committees, projects and programs on behalf of AIA including the integration of I-CAR and HDDC into AIA and the many excellent market research projects undertaken in the past several years. The legacy that Deborah leaves behind at AIA will be felt for many years to come and for that we owe her a great deal of gratitude.
“We wish Deborah and her family well in their new adventure and we especially wish Deborah continued success in her future professional endeavours.”