2021-2022 new GTA Board members



NTEA’s Green Truck Association is proud to announce the appointment of three new Board members, set to transition in March 2021. View the current GTA Board
. For more information, contact Summer Marrs, NTEA director communications and public relations.

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New Board members include Dominik Beckman, director, marketing and dealer operations for Hino Trucks (Novi, Michigan); Kerri Garvin, executive director of Greater Indiana Clean Cities (Indianapolis, Indiana); and Grant Niebuhr, manager – green fleet for Altec Industries (Elizabethtown, Kentucky).

Dominik Beckman has been with Hino for eight years and is currently the director of marketing, dealer operations and connected vehicle. Additionally, he served four years as global director, marketing & innovation management for Continental AG. He also previously held various positions for Delphi Corporation over a seven year period including global team leader, marketing & product planning. Dominik looks forward to joining the Board because he feels it’s an opportunity to drive results aligned with GTA’s and Hino’s common mission to improve vehicle efficiency and associated environmental factors. He envisions GTA as an unbiased industry partner that enables and accelerates the greenest future possible.Additionally, he served four years as global director, marketing & innovation management for Continental AG. He also previously held various positions for Delphi Corporation over a seven year period including global team leader, marketing & product planning. Dominik looks forward to joining the Board because he feels it’s an opportunity to drive results aligned with GTA’s and Hino’s common mission to improve vehicle efficiency and associated environmental factors. He envisions GTA as an unbiased industry partner that enables and accelerates the greenest future possible.

For nearly three years, Kerri Garvin has been executive director of Greater Indiana Clean Cities, a standalone nonprofit 501c3 organization that advances alternative, domestic fueled transportation, including energy-efficient technologies across all sectors in Indiana. She currently sits on the committee for City of Bloomington's Climate Action Plan and is a frequent speaker at industry events. Kerri looks forward to joining the Board to strengthen promotion of GTA’s mission and programs. As GTA and Greater Indiana missions are aligned, she feels additional coordination would increase the organizations’ positive impacts. Going forward, she believes GTA will continue to serve the industry as a resource for legislative, regulatory and funding initiatives relevant to clean vehicles.

Grant Niebuhr has served as Altec’s manager – green fleet since 2017. His previous positions with the company include materials manager from 2008–2011, and plant manager from 2011–2017. Grant looks forward to joining GTA’s Board because he feels Altec will add a great voice and perspective to the Association as customers push for more green technology in their fleets. He believes GTA can play a vital role in keeping members informed on the changing landscape while helping identify opportunities for implementing new technology into their operations and fleets.


As part of the WTW21 educational lineup, Green Hour sessions (March 9-11, 2021) will highlight new technology and efforts to move to a zero-emission environment. Learn more.