Roush CleanTech names new president, makes personnel changes

March 9, 2018 By    

Roush CleanTech promoted Todd Mouw to president and announced several other personnel changes.


Mouw, former vice president of sales and marketing, will guide and direct the matrix of all Roush CleanTech activities, the alternative fuel vehicle technology company says. As president, Mouw hopes to continue to build a strong team.

“You can have the best technology and the best brand, but you’ve got to have the best people,” Mouw says. “And I’m really proud of the team we do have. We want to focus on giving them new challenges so that they can spread their wings and continue to grow.”

Mouw says he will continue to position Roush CleanTech on the leading edge of propane autogas technology and ensure that propane remains in the alternative fuel conversation.

“We’re going to continue to drive NOx levels down,” he says. “We know when we can walk into a policymaker or someone that’s driving a decision on transportation fuels and we can say, ‘We’ve got the best solution from a NOx or a PM (particulate matter) perspective of any technology in this class, and we can actually save you money in the process,’ we think that’s a pretty compelling message.”

Mouw takes the place of Joe Thompson, who has been promoted to group president of Roush Products Group. According to Roush, Thompson has taken on more responsibility within the corporate structure of the company and now oversees Roush CleanTech and Roush Performance Products.

Brian Carney, former executive director of school bus sales, will now serve as executive director of customer service. In this position, he will oversee the customer success department, which includes regionalized field service technicians, customer training team members, a dedicated hotline team and technical content developers.

Chelsea Jenkins is now executive director of government affairs. Formerly the business development manager for Roush, she will now focus on the regulatory side of the business and lead the Volkswagen settlement efforts, says Roush.

Ryan Zic was hired to serve as sales director for school bus sales. He will manage the alternative fuel school bus segment of Roush CleanTech.

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Clara Richter was a managing editor at LP Gas magazine.

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