Kendra Ansley is the NATM Executive Director and has been with the Association since 2011. During her tenure she has been Membership Assistant, Quality Director, and Assistant Director. When she is not working to improve trailer safety or advocating for the needs of members in the regulatory arena, Kendra can be found chasing after her toddler or her Golden Doodle who still hasn’t outgrown his puppy phase. She also pretends to be an avid reader and jogger when she can find the time.
Meghan Ryan is the assistant director and editor of Tracks magazine and has been with NATM since September 2012. She enjoys traveling and looking for her next adventure including skydiving, kayaking, hiking and napping. She can often be found laughing with colleagues or petting her favorite coworker, Shadow, her Pyrenees-Spitz mutt that regularly shares her office and finds the early mornings “ruff”.
Colin joined NATM in 2016 as the Technical Director. Holthaus received his BST in Automotive Technology with an emphasis in Diesel and Heavy Equipment from Pittsburg State University. He received his MBA from Friends University, and his JD from Washburn University School of Law. In his free time, Colin can be found hitting the trails on one of his various motorbikes.
Membership & Events Director
Kelli joined NATM in November, 2018. She is a graduate of Winthrop University, and has worked with association members, event planning and database management for nearly ten years. Kelli and her husband Eric have one son, Easton. In her free time, she enjoys walking her golden retriever, chasing after her high-energy toddler, and cheering on the University of Kansas Jayhawks.
Terry Jones is a graduate of Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Social Science and a Master of Community Development. Terry and his wife have two boys, Dawson and Easton, and another boy on the way, all of which take up much of his free time. When he does find time to himself, he enjoys Kansas State football, Sporting Kansas City soccer, golfing and reading, specifically on the topic of United States history.
Scott is a graduate of Washburn University with a major in Finance. Scott’s experience in the casualty and property insurance claims industry is applicable to his role as compliance consultant as he has conducted many appraisals on damaged property including automobiles, RV’s and semi-tractors and trailers. Scott and his wife Laurie have three children, one son and twin daughters. In his free time, he enjoys Kansas State and Washburn University’s football and baseball teams.
Sean Sloan is a graduate of Baker University with a major in Business Administration. Sean’s experience in corporate and government purchasing meant regular communication with manufacturers and suppliers which has lent itself well to his new role. Sean and his wife Jeni have five children. In his free time, he enjoys tennis, fishing, and watching KU basketball.
Monica has been with NATM for 12 years as a Jane-of-all-trades, currently managing the ISO based NATM quality program, also maintaining the company membership database and assisting with the compliance verification program. Believe it or not, for many years she used to be the vice president of a company that franchised a Mexican fast food restaurant chain. Spending time hanging with her family, friends and redbone coon hound make her happy and thus easier to work with.
Savana has been with the association since August 2017. This two-time Drake University Alumna is a PR powerhouse that loves to flex her creative muscles. Her favorite projects are the ones that allow her to strategize, build a plan and see it through. When she's not busy developing the latest NATM marketing tactics, she can be found baking treats for her coworkers, adding "the last" finishing touches to her Pinterest-inspired apartment or researching her next travel destination.
Cindy Streeter is the bookkeeper for NATM. She has been employed at NATM since July 2011. She is very detailed oriented and enjoys working with numbers. Away from work, she likes to cook (especially cookies) for friends and grandchildren.