Clean Cities-Georgia Board of Directors & Staff

CC-GA’s Board of Directors come to the position as volunteers and stewards of alternative fuels and vehicle technologies. Board members advise the Co-Coordinators on how to provide the best experience for stakeholders looking to learn more about alt fuels.

Board of Directors

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John R. Seydel

Director of Sustainability, City of Atlanta

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Michael McDonald

Director of Maintenance and Engineering, UPS

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Bill Moore

Alternative Fuels Committee Chairman, Conger LP Gas

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Rich McDonald

Environmental Engineer, Georgia Environmental Protection Division

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Lincoln Wood

Electrification Policy Manager, Georgia Power (Southern Company)

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Robert Gordon

Deputy Director, Dekalb County Fleet Management

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Rodney Dill

Director of Member Services, Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia

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David Jaskolski

Advanced technology Vehicle Sales, Peach State Trucks

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Sean Brady

Branch Manager, MHC Kenworth- Atlanta

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Mark Leuenberger

VP of Enterprise Vehicle Operations, Cox

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Al Curtis

Fleet Services Director, Cobb County Fleet Management

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Ian Skelton

Director, Natural Gas Vehicles, Atlanta Gas Light

Our Staff

Frank Morris

Executive Director, Clean Cities-Georgia

Co-Coordinator, Clean Cities-Georgia

Office: (404) 604-3622

Frank retired from UPS as Vice President Corporate Public Affairs managing the State, City and Municipal Government relations for UPS in the Southeast, including Georgia, and established himself as an effective lobbyist, protecting and advancing the interests of a Fortune 500 Corporation. He has been asked to speak on transportation issues on behalf of UPS throughout the Southeast focusing on congestion and curbside access issues and the challenges of providing excellent delivery service while supporting the efforts of cities to improve congestion on surface roads.

Frank has extensive experience working with outside stakeholders, having served as a board member of the State Trucking Associations in several states as well as a board member of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, the Sandy Springs Chamber of Commerce, the Georgia Charter School Association and the Georgia Transportation Alliance.

Since retiring from UPS after 35 years of service, Frank has established a government affairs consulting firm representing the Georgia Charter Schools Association, UPS and other clients.

Frank has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business
Management from Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah. Frank and his wife Debbie, reside in Milton,
Georgia. They have three adult children.