Mitsubishi Motors North America names Mark Chaffin president, CEO, replacing Yoichi Yokozawa; Mitsubishi appoints Dan Ball as VP of Aftersales, Ken Konieczka named SVP of Sales, Kenji Toh named Executive VP of Business Development

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April 11, 2022 (press release) –

Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA) announced the appointment of Mark Chaffin as president and CEO, replacing Yoichi Yokozawa. Chaffin has more than 20 years of experience in the automotive industry and, since joining MMNA in 2007, has held roles of COO, VP of Fixed Operations and Director, Parts Operations.

Other recent leadership appointments and promotions include:

  • Dan Ball, VP, Aftersales
  • Katherine Knight, VP, Chief Legal Officer, Human Resources & Corporate Governance
  • Ken Konieczka, SVP, Sales
  • Kenji Toh, Executive VP, Business Development

To learn more about the MMNA Executive Leadership team, contact

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