Dawn Worthington just took over as president of the National Automobile Dealers Association, but her first day on the job won't be until Tuesday.
That's because she's been hired as the association's new vice president of HR.
Worthington, who has been with NADA for nearly 30 years, has been certified as a professional in human resources, among other things, the National Association of Chain Drug Stores reports.
"We welcome Dawn's proven record as a creative problem solver and innovator to our team," NADA president and CEO Mike Stanton says in a press release.
"Her support will be invaluable to NADA the way it has always been known for its dedication and respect for staff."
Worthington, who has a master's in human resources from the University of Michigan, will be responsible for the HR department, as well as managing the HR department of the 40,000-member NADA, which is the largest pre-owned car dealer association in the US, the Detroit Free Press reports.
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