Kevin Hollander, director of fleet asset management with AT&T, will retire at the end of February 2020 following over 20 years of service in the fleet industry.
Hollander is responsible for AT&T’s alternative fuel program, vehicle acquisition, disposition, redeployment, licensing, bill payment, warranty and recalls and retail fuel for 65,000 vehicles and 33,000 pieces of wheeled-work equipment. In addition, he manages the international fleet with vehicles in 25 countries. He has served in this role since December 2007.
Succeeding Hollander, Scott Miller has accepted the position of director global fleet operations. His new team will be responsible for vehicle acquisitions, dispositions, registrations, bill payment, retail fuel and international fleet operations.
Earlier with AT&T, Hollander served as the director of fleet operations where he was responsible for leading and managing vehicle maintenance and repair functions and emergency fueling operations.
Hollander earned a Master of Business Administration in Finance at St. Louis University. He also received his Bachelor of Arts in Urban Affairs/Political Science at the same university.
Hollander is married and has two sons where he resides in St. Louis, MO. He and his wife plan to travel and be actively involved in the community.
Miller has held numerous leadership positions within his 32-year career with AT&T. He joins fleet from the field operations Southwest region where most recently he was director of the Texas South district since 2015. Miller will reside in Dallas, Texas.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet
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