Nikola Corporation appoints new chief operating officer

Nikola Corporation appoints new chief operating officer

Mary Chan will lead the company's engineering, program, product, supply chain and manufacturing teams.

Nikola Corporation has appointed Mary Chan as chief operating officer. Chan will lead the company’s engineering, program, product, supply chain, and manufacturing teams. Her appointment aligns with the vision of president and chief executive officer, Steve Girsky, to streamline decision-making processes and bolster Nikola’s reputation for excellence in engineering and manufacturing, according to the company.

“I have had the pleasure of collaborating with Mary for over a decade, and I cannot think of a more qualified individual to assume the role of COO at Nikola,” Girsky said. “Mary brings a solid understanding of business, combined with extensive experience in technology and transportation, spanning both engineering and management. Her expertise will be a tremendous asset to the Nikola team.”

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