2023 CCIF Steering Committee Members
- Jeff Labanovich, CARSTAR Canada
- Paul Prochilo, Simplicity Car Care
- Matthew Mauro, CARSTAR Canada
- Nick Dominato
CCIF Steering Committee Members:
- Emily Lowe, OPENROAD RICHMOND AUTO BODY
- Sylvain Seguin, Fix Network
- Shannon Tardiff, CSN Collision Centres
- Brandi Brydges, AutoCanada
- Mike Beier, Consolidated Collision Services/Dealers Co-op Inc.
- Steve Gallace, 3M Canada
- Phil Jennings, Uniparts O.E.M
- Michael Thibault, Enterprise Rent-A-Car
- Anita Zeitler, Wawanesa Insurance
- Rich Zamperin, Insightful Consulting and Support Services
- Murphy Tarves, Craftsman Group
- Andrew Shepherd, AIA Canada
- Ornella Mukele, AIA Canada
More information about the Steering Committee
Role of the Steering Committee:
- Guide the establishment of priority areas for CCIF action and ensure the continued success of CCIF networking events, projects and programs.
- Represent all CCIF sectors – collision repairers, OE manufacturers and dealers, insurers, and suppliers (products and service providers).
- The Committee will operate on a consensus model.
Role and Responsibilities of the Steering Committee Members:
- Steering Committee members should be decision makers in their respective organizations. As active industry leaders, members must have extensive industry experience, and be well-respected among industry stakeholders.
- Members should be good communicators and contribute meaningful insight, to help ensure the success of CCIF.
- Members should be seen as industry influencers and contributors, whose actions indicate that they operate in the best interest of the industry as a whole.
- The Steering Committee members should demonstrate knowledge of key issues and trends affecting the industry.
- Steering Committee members will serve staggered terms of two years.
- Members are expected to attend CCIF and the Steering Committee meetings, (currently 3 per year), and be available for up to 8 conference calls per year.
- Members are responsible for their registration fee, travel and accommodation expenses.
New Steering Committee members will be selected by CCIF’s current Chairman, existing CCIF Steering Committee members and CCIF director based on recommendations and applications that meet the criteria. Applicants will apply in writing, using the application form available from CCIF Website.
The immediate Past Chair will select the Chair of CCIF in consultation with the CCIF Steering Committee.
Steering Committee Structure:
- 6 collision repair representatives
- 4 supplier representatives
- 4 OEs: 2 OE manufacturers & 2 OE dealer representatives.
- 3 insurance representatives
- 1 Young Leader
- AIA Canada’s Senior Director, Industry Programs
- CCIF Director
- One or two industry special advisor positions may be filled at the discretion of the CCIF Chairman and the Steering Committee.