Executive Committee

The Executive Committee has responsibility for guiding the operations of the organization.


Ashley Denison

Caliber Collision

Ashley Denison is the chief information officer for Caliber Collision. Responsible for Caliber’s enterprise-wide business IT strategy, implementation and operations, Ashley has overseen the transformation of Caliber’s home-grown legacy systems to state-of-the-art management, estimating, financial and cloud-based platforms across more than 1,000 company-owned locations. Prior to joining Caliber, Ashley was director of global information technology at AMX, an international audio/visual hardware and software solutions provider with locations across the U.S. and 86 countries around the world. 

Vice Chair

Brady Bonner


Brady Bonner focuses on solutions that provide value to clients at Safelite Solutions. He has been involved with many charitable organizations over the past 30 years. In addition to sitting on CIECA's board of trustees, he is on the board of the Caper 10 Alumni Association, which helps provide college scholarships for students at his alma mater high school in New Jersey.


Kim DeVallance Caron

Enterprise Holdings

Kim DeVallance Caron is the Business Solutions Director for Enterprise Mobility. In this role, she is responsible for oversight of products across the company’s global sales support organization. Kim also provides the direction and strategic vision for the ongoing development of Enterprise’s Automated Rental Management System (ARMS®). After graduating from the University of Delaware, Kim began her career with Enterprise in 1993. She has taken on many leadership positions over the years supporting the development of company products and software. Throughout her career, Kim has been listed as an inventor on numerous issued and pending U.S. Patents. Notably, she helped develop and implement the ARMS application, which received a patent and was trademarked by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in 2007. Today, Kim represents Enterprise on the board for CIECA, where she previously held the position of Chairwoman, and sits on various CIECA Committees.


Ken Eagleson


Ken Eagleson is vice president of Insurance Solutions at OEC, with a focus on the automobile claims ecosystem. Over his career, Eagleson has worked for information providers, third-party administrators and as a consultant, which has provided him with the opportunity to interact with multiple segments of the industry. Prior to OEC, Ken operated SuccessData, LLC, a consulting firm primarily dedicated to serving the property & casualty insurance industry and the auto physical damage space. Most recently, Ken has concentrated on data initiatives leading to improved results in claims processing, more accurate underwriting/rating and enhanced product marketing benefitting policyholders.

Past Chair

Greg Best

California Casualty

Greg Best is a senior business analyst for the claims department at California Casualty Management Company. He has served in various roles in the insurance segment for more than 25 years. Prior to working at California Casualty Management, he was employed at Progressive Insurance and Colorado Farm Bureau. Greg joined the CIECA Board of Trustees in 2017 as a result of his interest in standards and his role, which includes working with both the business and information technology (IT) departments.  As part of the executive committee, Greg said he would like to help further CIECA’s outreach and see the organization more involved with the OEMs and continue to facilitate communications among all segments in the collision industry.