National Association of Professional Women Announces Amy L. Brandimore, Manager Technical Delivery Lead at Insurance Auto Auctions, a 2015 Professional Woman of the Year


Garden City, NY (PRWEB) February 03, 2015

NAPW honors Amy L. Brandimore, Manager Technical Delivery Lead at Insurance Auto Auctions, as a 2015 Professional Woman of the Year. Ms. Brandimore is recognized with this prestigious distinction for leadership in business. As the largest, most-recognized networking organization of professional women in the country, spanning virtually every industry and profession, the National Association of Professional Women is a powerfully vibrant networking community with over 600,000 members and over 200 Local Chapters.

Amy L. Brandimore is Manager Technical Delivery Lead at Insurance Auto Auctions (IAA), the leading North American salvage auto auction provider that offers both live and internet bidding to its large buyer base. Prior to her position with IAA, Ms. Brandimore was a Consultant with PMG Ltd. and a Quality Assurance Supervisor at Follett Systems Group.

For the past 25 years, Ms. Brandimore has been able to apply what she has learned at other organizations to the quality assurance team at IAA. Since coming on board at IAA, Ms. Brandimore has helped the team grow significantly, contributing to the testing of strategic and maintenance projects across multiple applications.

Headquartered in Westchester, Illinois, IAA owns nearly 160 auction facilities throughout North America offering towing, financing and titling services. With the most auction facilities in North America, IAA provides registered buyers from around the globe with millions of opportunities to bid on and purchase donated and salvaged vehicles.

About NAPW

NAPW’s mission is to provide an exclusive, highly advanced networking forum to successful women executives, professionals and entrepreneurs where they can aspire, connect and achieve. Through innovative resources, unique tools and progressive benefits, professional women interact, exchange ideas, advance their knowledge and empower each other.







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