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Kelvin F. Sellers

Posted on Aug 22, 2017 by in 2017 |

General Counsel & Director of Internal Audit at Interstate Batteries

Kelvin Sellers is general counsel & director of internal audit for Interstate Batteries. In his role, Kelvin maintains oversight of the legal affairs of the company, including the provision of counsel in the areas of employment, mergers & acquisitions, corporate governance and environmental matters. Kelvin also is tasked with directing the efforts of the Company’s internal audit function which assists with managing the risk associated with the Company’s operations throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Kelvin is a member of several professional organizations including the J.L. Turner Legal Association, the Dallas Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. Kelvin is also a board member of the Dallas Chapter of the Texas General Counsel Forum where he serves as chair of the membership committee.

Kelvin received his B.B.A in Accounting and his M.S. in Taxation from the University of Texas at Arlington. He practiced as a certified public accountant for several years before matriculating at Columbia Law School. After receiving his Juris Doctor, Kelvin practiced commercial litigation at Bickel & Brewer, a litigation boutique and as a tax attorney at Jones Day, both in Dallas, Texas.

As a member of a military household, Kelvin has lived in a variety of places but is a self-proclaimed Texan having spent many years in Killeen, TX. Kelvin is married to Cheree; they have one son, Christopher.

About Interstate Batteries

Interstate Batteries’ starting, lighting, ignition (SLI) batteries have been under millions of car hoods since 1952, each one backed by Outrageously Dependable® service, quality, and value. Interstate PowerCare offers premier products, technical expertise and reliable service for critical and motive power needs, and Interstate All Battery Centers meet the growing demand for portable power in both retail and commercial markets. Today, Interstate sells more than 17 million batteries in North, Central and South America and China – and they recycle more than they sell. With a nationwide network of more than 200,000 dealers returning battery cores, they’ve turned batteries into one of America’s greatest recycling successes.