RMA promotes five staff members
The Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) has promoted five staff members, including Tracey Norberg, who's been elevated to senior vice president, environment and resource recovery and deputy general counsel.
Norberg has been with the RMA since 1997. Her responsibilities include management and oversight of the organization’s policy efforts on tire rolling resistance, scrap tire management and other environmental issues.
Dan Zielinski has been promoted to senior vice president, public affairs. Mr. Zielinski started with the RMA in 2000. He serves as the RMA’s federal legislative lobbyist, supervises the association’s government affairs and media relations efforts, and oversees the RMA’s Be Tire Smart – Play Your PART tire care education program.
Michael Blumenthal has been promoted to vice president, environment and resource recovery. He joined the RMA in 1990 and manages the association's efforts on scrap tire issues.
Christian Gullott has been promoted to vice president, state government affairs. Gullott joined the RMA in 2005 and is responsible for the group's state executive branch and legislative advocacy efforts.
Daniel Mustico has been elevated to vice president of the RMA's Elastomer Products Group (EPG). Mustico has been with the RMA since 1989 and is responsible for the membership and programs of EPG, which represents manufacturers of elastomeric engineered products (non-tire) and their suppliers.