Celeste A. Clark and Rick Inatome Re-Elected to Terms on AAA Michigan Board
DEARBORN, Mich., March 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Celeste A. Clark, Ph.D., and Rick Inatome were re-elected to three-year terms on the Board of Directors of the more than 1.5 million-member Automobile Club of Michigan (AAA Michigan) during the annual membership meeting today (March 6) at Club Headquarters in Dearborn.
AAA Michigan offers roadside assistance, travel, insurance and financial services. It is part of The Auto Club Group (ACG), the second largest AAA club in North America. It belongs to the national AAA federation, with nearly 53 million members in the U.S. and Canada.
Clark recently retired as senior vice president of Global Public Policy and External Relations for Kellogg Company. She served as the company's Chief Sustainability Officer and was a member of the company's global executive leadership team. She serves on the board of ACG and Mead Johnson Nutrition Company. She received a bachelor's degree from Southern University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; a master's degree from Iowa State University. Aimes, Iowa; and a doctorate from Michigan State University.
Inatome is managing director at Sterling Partners, a $1.8 billion private equity fund. He is CEO of Infilaw, a consortium of three independent community based law schools and a Sterling portfolio company. He is well-known in the field of information systems. In 2002, he was elected to the Computer Industry Hall of Fame. He serves on the boards of ACG; R.L. Polk & Company and Saturn Electronics. He played a key role in helping to guide the state of Michigan's business and education technology infrastructure. He was appointed as initial chairman of the Michigan Information Network and Chairman of Michigan Technology Council. He has an undergraduate degree in economics from Michigan State University.
SOURCE AAA Michigan