As chairman, CEO, and cofounder of Hollingsworth, Steve has witnessed the growth from a two-person operation to a full-service, multinational logistics company. The growth has come organically, through strong relationships with customers that ultimately led to successful joint venture operations that continue to this day.
In addition to his continuous improvement efforts to drive excellence into Hollingsworth’s services, Steve is an active board member of the Native American Business Alliance. Participating in the decision-making of this organization as an active board member, Steve also opens the doors of his corporation for the mentorship of aspiring Native American entrepreneurs. He enjoys guiding young Native Americans as they attempt to become a viable part of the American economy.
Michael T. McNamara
As president of Hollingsworth, Mike leads the company’s day-to-day operations and strategy, bringing unique insight and expertise from his reputable history in business and management. Prior to coming to Hollingsworth, he was a senior manager at Price Waterhouse LLP (now PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP). He received his bachelor’s in business administration from Michigan State University.
Mike is also a founding member of the Father Vincent Welch Fund, a nonprofit organization (501c 3) that has raised over $3.4 million for scholarships and athletics at University of Detroit Mercy and Loyola High School. Mike is active in several other charitable organizations and is the chairman of the Board of Trustees for the University of Detroit Mercy.
Vice President of Human Resources
Martha joined the staff at Hollingsworth as the controller in 1993. At that time, there were two companies and 25 employees. She has had the exciting opportunity to watch the organization grow to over 3,000 employees. Before coming to Hollingsworth, Martha worked in the Human Resources Department at Joseph Mercy Hospital in Kokomo, Indiana and as an accountant at Glasser and Associates, PC in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Martha has a B.B.A. in accounting from Western Michigan University and an M.B.A. in corporate financial reporting from Eastern Michigan University.
Vice President, Sales and Marketing
With growth being key imperative at Hollingsworth, Haiden joined the team in October 2019 to drive the Sales and Marketing growth strategy for the business. Haiden is a highly effective professional with over 20 years’ experience in Global 3PL Supply Chain and Logistics, including Projects, Implementation, Operations, Solution Design, Sales, Account Management, Strategy Development and Deployment.
Haiden received his Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Information Systems from Rhodes University in his home country of South Africa.
Vice President of Facilities
Wayne Richards is the vice president of facilities and is responsible for the oversight of more than 4 million square feet of operational space and equipment. He focuses his efforts on energy management, the acquisition and leasing of facilities and equipment, new facility launches, and various management roles as a member of the executive team. Wayne started his career with Ford Motor Co. of Canada in materials management.
In 1992, he joined Butcher Engineering Enterprise, now Hollingsworth. Wayne attended St. Clair College and the University of Windsor, earning a Bachelor of Commerce degree.
Vice President, Operations
Since joining Hollingsworth in 1993, Matt has served in several different roles and has seen a once small company grow into a leading service provider to the automotive industry. Over his 25 years with the company, Matt has gained extensive experience in warehouse, packaging, transportation, and operational logistics. He currently oversees the daily operations at HLM facilities in Dearborn, Michigan and San Antonio, Texas.
Matt has earned B.A. degrees in business administration and finance from Ferris State University.
Over 20 years’ experience in Corporate Accounting, Operations Controlling and Treasury management, including 3-5 Strategic Planning, Operational Planning/Budgets, Internal Controls, Quoting, Cost Management and ERP Implementation. Received a B.B.A in Accounting from Western Michigan University and M.B.A in Corporate Finance from Eastern Michigan University.
Director, Project Management
Director of Material Flow
Director of HLM Operations
Pat Donovan has been with Hollingsworth since 1993 and currently serves as the director of corporate quality, responsible for managing and exceeding both internal and external measurables at all Hollingsworth facilities. He served as the operations manager from 1995 to 1999 and quality manager from 1999 to 2012, playing a major role in Hollingsworth receiving Ford’s Q1 Award in November of 2000. Since that time, Donovan has also served as lead ISO auditor and lead trainer, providing the tools for the company and its subsidiaries to maintain “best-in-class” quality ratings. Every day, he reinforces to all employees the importance of continuous improvement and the necessity of providing Hollingsworth’s customers with a quality product.
Pat earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
Director of Ford Operations
Tracy began her career at Hollingsworth in 2001. Over the years, she has held multiple positions, including customer service representative, accounts receivables coordinator, inventory control analyst, and shipping and receiving manager. Tracy was also a member of the SAP launch team for the Ford packaging operations at three facilities: Warren Avenue, Decatur Street, and Hollingsworth-Texas. Her extensive knowledge of the Ford packaging operation has played a vital role in maintaining excellent customer relations.
Tracy attended Eastern Michigan University and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts.
Director, Operations Hollingsworth Core Logistics
Mike started his career at Hollingsworth in 2000 as a packaging intern. Two months later, he became a packaging engineer to manage the box-making operations. Mike has since been the packaging engineering manager, operations manager, and facility launch manager for the Hollingsworth San Antonio facility. Mike also has experience with facility layouts, process improvements, and program management.
Mike received a Bachelor of Science degree from Michigan State and his MBA from Walsh College.
Director, Packaging Engineering
Director of Information Technology
Chris McIntosh joined Hollingsworth in March of 1998. He started as the HR specialist shortly after receiving his master’s degree in human resources from Marygrove College in Detroit, Michigan. At Hollingsworth, Chris has held multiple positions, including HR specialist, traffic and receiving manager, HR manager, HR director and, most recently, launch manager. Prior to coming to Hollingsworth, Chris worked at Ford Motor Company from 1991 to 1998.
Chris launched two USPS-MTESC sites in Martinsburg, West Virginia and Westfield, Massachusetts from May 2011 through December 2012. As a member of the SAP launch team, he also helped the Warren Avenue, Decatur, and HLG Texas packaging operations move to SAP. Chris was on assignment from August 2013 to June 2014 at Hollingsworth Modular Automotive Systems, participating in the UF Program launch and putting SAP and MES systems in place. He is currently working on special projects involving SAP and various operations.
Director of U.S. Sales
Scott Motherwell joined the company in 2012, bringing more than 25 years of solid knowledge of the automotive industry to Hollingsworth. Scott focuses mostly on new business development, including successful launches of associated programs. He has extensive experience in many commodities, such as soft trim, stampings, plastics, packaging, and fasteners in the automotive, healthcare, and government sectors. Scott is also well connected with the diverse business community.
Prior to joining Hollingsworth, Scott owned his own sales agency and worked for one of the leading Michigan agencies.
Scott has a business degree from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida.
Tom Van Nocker
General Manager - Hollingsworth Distribution Systems
Mahmoud J. Alabbasi
Mahmoud Alabbasi started at Hollingsworth in February of 2001. He began as the production supervisor and worked his way up to production manager, purchasing manager, and director of operations. He maintains an active day-to-day involvement with his team to ensure that all of our customers receive an excellent service.
Corporate Relations Manager
Jay joined Hollingsworth in 2008 after a long, industrious career in sales and production. From 1966 to 1972, Jay worked for Jay Bocci Sales Company, representing high-volume production, tool, fixture, and special machine companies. In 1972, Jay formed Freehan-Bocci to represent high-volume production machining companies, which he later reshaped in 1979 into a company called Mexican Industries, growing the staff to 16 employees. Mexican Industries was a soft trim, sewing, and assembly company at that time supplying General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler. In 1996, the name of the company changed to Jay Bocci and Associates when Jay’s partner Bill Freehan went to coach at the University of Michigan. Jay currently works at Hollingsworth in a sales management position.