Phillip D. Brady

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Phillip D. Brady "was appointed president of the National Automobile Dealers Association in June 2001. Brady directs a staff of almost 500 employees, who carry out the activities of the association in government and industry relations, education and dealership operations, public affairs and dealer retirement and insurance programs.

"Prior to joining NADA, he served 5 years as the vice president and general counsel for the American Automobile Manufacturers Association, the then trade association for Chrysler, Ford and General Motors.

"During the Bush Administration Brady served in the White House as assistant to the president and staff secretary from 1991-1993, and in the U.S. Department of Transportation as general counsel from 1989-1991. During the Reagan Administration he served in the White House as deputy counsel to the president from 1988-1989 and as deputy assistant to the vice president from 1985-1988. Prior governmental service also includes appointments in the U.S. Department of Justice and with the U.S. Congress.

"He is chairman of Automotive Youth Educational Systems (AYES), and his board memberships include the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Management Advisory Council, the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation, Northwood University, University of Notre Dame Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace and the Automotive Hall of Fame." [1]

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  1. Phillip D. Brady, National Automobile Dealers Association, accessed July 8, 2007.