Bret Lieberman currently serves as the Vice President, New Holland North America for CNHi in New Holland, PA.  He has been with CNHi for 27 years.

From 2009 – 2015, Bret served as the Vice President of NAFTA Manufacturing. From 2006-2009, Bret served as the Plant Manager, New Holland.  From 2004-2006, he served as Operations Manager, New Holland.  From 2000-2004, he served as Area Manager, Round Balers, New Holland.  From 1999-2000, he served as Area Manager, Haytools, New Holland.  From 1996-1999, Bret served as Plant Human Resources Manager, Belleville, PA.

From 1995-1996, Bret served as Process Specialist, Leadership Through Customer Satisfaction (TQM), New Holland.  From 1993-1994, he served as Plant Human Resources Representative, New Holland.  From 1993-1993, he served as Buyer – Purchasing, New Holland.  From 1992-1993, Bret served as Production Supervisor, New Holland.  From 1990-1992, he served as Service Parts Planner, New Holland.

Bret is a member of the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce and the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce Manufacturing Consortium.

Bret is on the Ag Sector Board of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.

Bret holds a Bachelor of Science in Business in Management from Bloomsburg University, and a Masters in Business Administration in Management from St. Francis College.

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