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American Center for Mobility Announces Change in Leadership

November 25, 2019
YPSILANTI TOWNSHIP, Mich --

The Board of the American Center for Mobility (ACM) announced today a change in leadership at the proving grounds for automated and connected vehicles. Mark Chaput, currently serving as Chief Operating Officer, will serve as interim Chief Executive Officer for ACM, in addition to his current role. The board also expressed their appreciation to Michael Noblett for his service and efforts to advance ACM.

During his tenure, Noblett hosted key industry partners and groups at ACM, continuing to build the organization from its startup phase. Noblett is leaving ACM to secure other professional opportunities.

Following a 31-year career with the Michigan Department of Transportation, Chaput took a lead role on the award-winning construction of ACM’s connected and automated vehicle (CAV) test facility before becoming ACM Vice President of Facility Operations and Construction in August 2018.

Chaput has been critical in keeping operations for ACM running and in building out a world-class testing environment. The board expressed their full confidence in Chaput serving in this interim role to keep ACM moving forward through this transition as a national search is carried out to hire a permanent chief executive.

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