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Learn about new leadership appointments and more in this week's On the Move.
November 9, 2023
American Battery Technology Company (ABTC) (NASDAQ: ABAT), an integrated critical battery materials company that is commercializing its technologies for both primary battery minerals manufacturing and secondary minerals battery recycling, welcomes Tony DiCenso as its director of corporate development and strategy.
B&R Auto ("B&R"), a leading value-added provider of recycled automotive parts and a portfolio company of Highview Capital, LLC ("Highview"), announced the hire of Jason Reinwald as Chief Financial Officer as well as the appointments of Ramzi Hermiz and John Kett to the Board of Directors ("Board").
Jason Reinwald has over 20 years of experience in the automotive recycling industry from his tenure at IAA, one of the world's leading marketplaces for salvaged and used vehicles. Reinwald held senior roles in Finance, Operations and Training & Development, and most recently served as a Vice President for Market Supply, where he managed a 60+ person team.
Ramzi Hermiz brings over 30 years of executive leadership experience in the automotive sector and served as CEO, President or Board Director for numerous public and private organizations including Federal-Mogul, Solero Technologies, Shiloh Industries, and Carlex Glass America.
John Kett brings over 25 years of experience in the auto recycling industry.
Deloitte announced the 14 Top Innovators that have been selected by UpLink for the Yes San Francisco (Yes SF), Urban Sustainability Challenge, marking a critical milestone for the Challenge and its goals to help revitalize downtown San Francisco. Launched earlier this year in collaboration with the World Economic Forum, Salesforce, Citi, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, and more than 20 organizations, Yes SF is the first location-based UpLink Challenge created in direct response to the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal 11 of making cities more inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.
The Yes SF, Urban Sustainability Challenge received nearly 150 submissions that aligned to nine criteria including the viability of the business model and timeline, strength of the local presence, anticipated impact to San Francisco, and alignment with the city's Roadmap to Downtown San Francisco's Future and Climate Action Plan
Find more details on the selected Top Innovators and full list of collaborators here
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