Training garage with equipment


Board of Directors

The RV Technical Institute board members are appointed for a one-year term. Below is the current Board of Directors.


Mary Pouliot

Mary Pouliot - Chair

Vice President, Thetford Corp.

"Sustaining the growth the industry is currently experiencing is paramount. To do this all eyes must be on the consumer experience in this amazing lifestyle. The RV Technical Institute's focus on training and recruitment is essential."

April Klein Carol

April Klein-Carroll - Treasurer

Vice President, Lippert Components, Inc.

Bob Parish

Bob Parish - Secretary

Vice President, Wells Fargo Capital

Doug Deter

Doug Deter

Director of Parts, Service & Warranty, Coachmen RV

Gary Enyart

Garry Enyart

CEO, Core Support Consulting

John Ferrando

Jon Ferrando

Chief Executive Officer and President, RV Retailer

“RV Retailer is committed to training and developing service technicians. We are a major supporter of the RVTI objective to train and advance technicians in the RV industry."


David Mihalick

Vice President Vehicle Safety & Regulatory Compliance, THOR Industries

"Dave’s decades of experience and involvement in our industry Standards program makes him a perfect fit as we blend RV safety standards and RVTI curriculum, resulting in the gold standard of technician training and certification."

Curt Hemmeler

Curtis Hemmeler

RV Technical Institute, Executive Director/Senior Vice President

Phil Ingrassia

Phil Ingrassia

President, RV Dealers Association

"The national RV Dealers Association and the Mike Molino RV Learning Center strongly support the work of the RV Technical Institute as it delivers programs to enhance the skills of current technicians and provide a pathway to attract new technicians."

Craig Kirby

Craig Kirby

RV Industry Association, President & CEO

Kevin McArt

Kevin McArt

General Manager, Forest River Inc

Casey Tubman

Casey Tubman

President, Newmar Corporation

Brad Woods

Brad Woods

Director of Training, Camping World

"The RV Technical Institute’s success is paramount as it relates to the skilled labor gap that we are currently experiencing in the United States."