Glen E. Dunkerson was elected Chairman of the Board of Atlas World Group in March, 2009 and continues in his role as Chief Executive Officer, a position to which he was appointed in 2008. In addition to his leadership role on the Atlas Board of Directors, Dunkerson is responsible for overseeing the activities of Atlas' eight subsidiary companies, including Atlas Van Lines, the company's largest subsidiary, of which he also serves as Chief Executive Officer.
Dunkerson began his career with Atlas in 1978 as a Dispatcher. Since that time he has served as Assistant Vice President of Atlas' Relocation Services Group; Vice President, Claims Administration; and Senior Vice President & General Manager of Operations for Atlas' Specialized Transportation Group (STG). In 2006, he was promoted to President and Chief Operating Officer of Atlas Van Lines and in 2008, to Vice Chairman of Atlas World Group.
Dunkerson's leadership has been instrumental in the establishment of key Atlas quality initiatives, including the World Class Commitment program and the Milton M. Hill Quality Award.
Jack Griffin was appointed President and Chief Operating Officer of Atlas World Group in December of 2010 and Atlas Van Lines in January of 2010 and continues his role as President and Chief Operating Officer of AWG International, a position he has held since January of 2008.
In addition to his leadership responsibilities for Atlas World Group, Atlas Van Lines, and AWG International, Griffin will work to expand Atlas' footprint in the industry and facilitate the development of new programs and initiatives to assist Atlas customers and Atlas agents throughout the U.S. and around the globe. Griffin is also responsible for the strategic leadership for Avail Move Management, a subsidiary of Atlas World Group.
Griffin brings extensive industry experience to his current positions. Prior to joining Atlas, he worked in various senior management roles within the domestic household goods, special products and international segments of the industry. In addition, he has served in a professional capacity with the International Association of Movers (IAM) and the American Moving and Storage Association (AMSA). He presently sits on the advisory boards of the Mesker Park Zoo and YMCA both based in Evansville, Indiana.
Donald (Don) Breivogel Jr. joined Atlas as a senior vice president in January 2013 and assumed the role of chief financial officer in March 2013. As CFO, Breivogel directs the financial functions for all Atlas World Group companies with responsibility for corporate accounting, financial analysis, internal audit, financial reporting and risk management.
Breivogel brings extensive financial experience to his position, previously serving as the CFO and director of a large consumer finance company. He is a certified public accountant (CPA) licensed in the state of Indiana and is involved with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Indiana CPA Society and the Institute of Management Accountants.
Marian Weilert Sauvey joined Atlas in 1993 as Vice President of Law and Secretary. A year later, she assumed the same positions for the newly formed Atlas World Group. In 1997, Sauvey was designated as General Counsel and in 2005 she was named Senior Vice President.
In her current role, Sauvey is responsible for all legal matters involving the corporation and its subsidiaries. In addition, she has senior management responsibility for the Legal, Human Resources and Training departments, and oversees Atlas World-Class Travel, Inc.
Sauvey is admitted to practice law in the states of Missouri, Wisconsin and Indiana, and is a member of the Trucking Industry Defense Association, the Transportation Lawyers Association, the Conference of Freight Counsel, the Canadian Transport Lawyers Association and the American Moving and Storage Association Legal Advisory Council.