EUFMC General Session


The 2023 EUFMC educational program -- Driving Safety, Sustainability & Technical Expertise – will focus on finding solutions to fleet management challenges. A range of topics are being planned for presentations by fleet executives, manufacturers and industry experts.

On the EUFMC General Session Agenda* are the following:

  • Keynote Address
    Brian L. Wolff, Chief Strategy Officer & Executive Vice President, Public Policy and External Affairs, Edison Electric Institute
  • Fleet Safety Panel
    Thomas Guntrip, Director, Transportation Services, Southern California Edison
    Joe Suarez, Senior Director of Fleet Services, Florida Power & Light Company
    William Kokemor, Vice President Fleet Operations, H&M Shared Services, Inc.
  • ZEV Design, Acquisition, Planning and Testing
    Michael Glover, Senior Director of Transportation Services, Pacific Gas and Electric Company
    Ken Jack, CEO, KenetIQ
    FACILITATOR: Fortunato Gulino, EUFMC Director, Chief Automotive Engineer, Consolidated Edison of New York
  • Regulatory Updates
    Michael Taylor, Senior Advisor, HillStaffer
  • Fleet Charger Construction Updates and Mobile Fleet Charger Developments
    Lissa Brady, Fleet Asset Manager, SDG&E
    Todd Carlson, Principal Manager – Fleet Asset Management, Southern California Edison
  • Legal Updates
    John O. Radeck, Jr., Partner, The Hood Law Firm, LLC
  • Fleet Responses to Supply Chain Disruptions
    Brian Johnson, Fleet Services Manager, Alabama Power Company
    Chad Calvello, Senior Government Equipment Compliance Specialist, ComEd Fleet
    FACILITATOR: Julie Gomez, EUFMC Director, Executive Vice President - Fleet Operations at Tucson Electric Power
  • PHEV Medium-Duty Vehicles
    Dave Stenson, Founder and CEO, Inventev
  • Technician Training and Best Practices
    James Kuha, Operations Supervisor of Transportation, Central Hudson Gas and Electric
    Robert Ruiz, Principal Manager — TSD Fleet Operations & Maintenance, Southern California Edison
    FACILITATOR: Dan Remmert, EUFMC Director, Sr Manager Fleet Services, Ameren Illinois
  • Comparing and Contrasting Telematics Hardware Strategies
    Brendan King, Manager of Fleet Engineering Operations, Salt River Project
    Travis Grindstaff, Director of Procurement, Quanta Services
    FACILITATOR: Peter Michaud, EUFMC Director, Fleet Manager, New Brunswick Power
  • Tire Considerations and Benchmarking - What a Fleet Manager Should Know
    Joe Hughes, Urban Product Category Manager, Michelin North America
  • Roundtables
    MODERATOR: Dan Remmert, EUFMC Director, Sr Manager Fleet Services, Ameren Illinois

*Presentation topics and speakers subject to change


Brian L. Wolff, Chief Strategy Officer & Executive Vice President, Public Policy and External Affairs at Edison Electric Institute (EEI) will serve as the Keynote Speaker at EUFMC. Brian will present a strategic view of the grid, utilities, and upcoming changes and challenges. EEI’s goals and how fleets fit into that picture will also be covered.

Brian Wolff


Covering key legal issues for fleet managers at EUFMC will be John O. Radeck, Jr., a partner at the Hood Law Firm, LLC, who focuses on trucking/transportation, medical malpractice, products liability and premises liability. Radeck is a 2009 graduate of the Charleston School of Law and has been admitted to the State Bar of South Carolina and Massachusetts, and the United States District Court, District of South Carolina.


Providing an overview at EUFMC focused on fleet-related electrification issues at the federal and state levels, other transportation policy issues and rulemaking activity at the Department of Transportation will be Michael Taylor, senior advisor at HillStaffer, a provider of legislative and regulatory services, and the Advocacy Lead for the NAFA Fleet Management Association. Taylor has over 30 years of experience in regulatory and legislative issues within the energy and transportation sectors.

The EUFMC Board of Directors develops the conference General Session educational program based on surveys and input from attendees. The conference educational program is designed to address the informational needs of new as well as experienced fleet professionals.

EUFMC Attendees Say

The environment at EUFMC was more professional than most organizations and the staff was more than willing to accommodate attendees with any information or assistance. I found the events to be excellent, highly disciplined, and orderly, classes and discussions provided very important refreshers for me, the motivational speaker was by far the most superior I’ve had the pleasure of hearing, the entertainment was very well coordinated, and the meals were exquisite. I also reconnected with attendees that I had not seen or spoken to in many years. This event did not disappoint.

Robert Fritz
Executive Director, Fleet
Mastec Power Delivery