Former UWA Business School Dean Tracey Horton and former Mitsubishi Motors Australia chief executive Robert McEniry have been appointed to the board of Automotive Holdings Group as non-executive directors.
Ms Horton is currently a director of Skilled Group and Cullen Wines, and serves as chairperson of D’Orsogna and deputy chair of Presbyterian Ladies College.
Mr McEniry has more than 25 years experience in the automotive industry, holding executive roles at General Motors Holden, Saab Automobile and South Pacific Tyres.
“We are very pleased to welcome Tracey and Robert to the AHG board,” chairman David Griffiths said.
“Tracey brings weith her a broad skill set including deep experience in workforce management.
“AHG is a growing company with over 4,500 employees and Tracey’s experience in this area will be a valuable resource.
“Robert’s experience and standing in the Australian automotive industry speaks for itself and provides a significant addition to he board’s collective automotive experience.”