Grace Huang is president of Cox Automotive Inventory Solutions. She leads six brands that enable clients to turn inventory faster and smarter by connecting with the largest U.S. auto auction network of physical and mobile sites, 24/7 buying and selling platforms, plus end-to-end vehicle services. Groups that report to her include Sales, Marketplace, Assurance & Reconditioning, Logistics Solutions and Client Experience.
Huang also oversees the industry’s first omni-channel experience being delivered through the Manheim Marketplace. It positions the company to offer the most comprehensive solutions, enabling wholesale vehicle buyers and sellers more ways to effortlessly conduct business how and when they want. Another key priority is to strengthen Cox Automotive’s position as a key player in the evolving vehicle mobile sector.
Previously, Huang served as senior vice president of Manheim Inventory Services, and was responsible for auction operations, digital services and the execution of an enhanced auction model that delivers greater efficiencies to better serve dealers and commercial clients. She also led the creation of a vehicle services strategy that positions Manheim as the integration point for numerous Cox Automotive brands. Cox Automotive is a subsidiary of Atlanta-based Cox Enterprises.
Since 2007, Huang managed strategic initiatives across the Cox family of companies. She served as vice president of Enterprise Product Planning for Cox Automotive and held senior director roles in Corporate Development at Cox Enterprises, Corporate Strategy for Cox Media Group and Business Development at Cox Autotrader.
In 2017, she was recognized by Auto Remarketing as a “Woman in Remarketing” honoree for demonstrating excellence throughout her career. Huang gives back to the community by serving as a board member of the Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities. She earned a Master of Business Administration from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the Kenan-Flager Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.