- Warren US-MI
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Bradley Sicha possesses over 16 years of diverse automotive management and retail experience. After occupying an array of roles over the course of his career, Mr. Sicha currently serves as an Automotive Process Consultant with MSX International. Headquartered in Warren, Michigan, MSX International functions as a high quality national automotive company. Bradley Sicha has held this position since 2007. As an Automotive Process Consultant, Bradley Sicha engages in an array of consulting activities around developing and facilitating improved, sustainable processes for MSX International. In this capacity, Mr. Sicha works with dealers across almost every market in North America. His ongoing efforts are considered highly successful, consistently increasing the company's rates of customer retention, profitability, and customer and employee satisfaction, without requiring outside support.Between 1982 and 1985, Bradley Sicha served as a LARC Commander with the United States Navy, operating a LARC-V (Oarfish) 843 with Beachmaster Unit One. A part of the first line of the Navy's manned invasions, the LARC Beachmaster Unit's amphibious assault immediately follows special forces teams and helps prepare the way for initial ground troops. He has served in Korea, Kenya, Thailand, and the Philippines, winning an array of military honors that include the Battle Excellence Award, the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, and the Good Conduct medal. Mr. Sicha also holds certification as an Assault Boat Coxswain.Bradley Sicha possesses a diverse education. As an undergraduate, Mr. Sicha attended the University of Toledo in Ohio, completing a Bachelor's degree in business administration with a minor in information technology and human resource development. He has also participated in numerous management training seminars through his various employers, including personnel coaching, management, and fixed operations workshops through General Motors.
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