Manheim’s Grace Huang Wins Atlanta Business Chronicle Award 

10/30/2019

Cox is a company full of people who want to contribute something to their time. Need an example? Try Grace Huang, president of Manheim, a Cox Automotive business. She was recognized as one of Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Women Who Mean Business 2019.  

Huang, who has held multiple roles at Cox over the last 12 years, was listed among Atlanta women who have made significant strides in their career, are making a difference in their communities and are blazing a trail for others in Atlanta.  

Notably, Huang recently led the completion of Manheim’s largest business transformation in its history. The $400 million evolution of Cox’s 74-plus year-old wholesale auto auction business to incorporate an expanding digital, mobile and end-to-end solutions strategy.  

Read the full Q&A profile on Atlanta Business Chronicle and get to know Grace Huang.  

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