Visionary Lou Ann Hammond founded Carlist® in 1986 as a used car database in pre-internet days, and in 1998 she launched the website CARLIST.COM. The site was re-launched in 2022 as an online publication for automotive news, reviews, and buyer’s guides. Our goal is to create a fun, cohesive experience for users as they search through our extensive range of automotive coverage for their ideal vehicle.
Lou Ann Hammond
Lou was the founder and owner of the first privately owned automobile website carlist.com. Carlist® is the longest running used car database, since 1986, even prior to the internet. She has appeared on MSNBC, CNBC, The Today Show, NBC Nightly News, and Fox Business News, providing insight on the global car culture, advanced technology energy, and the oil business.
Andy founded multiple startups with over ten years of experience in sales, marketing, and management. He attended Texas A&M University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
Editor in Chief
In a career spanning over 30 years, Peter has written about automobiles, innovation, games, luxury lifestyles, travel and food. Based in Tokyo since 1988, he hosts a globally broadcast TV show on Japan’s NHK World network called ‘Samurai Wheels’ and authored a book in 2014 in Japanese about car culture. Over the past 3 decades, Peter has written for publications including Car and Driver, Edmunds, Top Gear, Autocar, Auto Express, Quattroruote, The Sydney Morning Herald, Herald Sun, Motor Magazine, Forbes, The Japan Times, GQ Japan, Newsweek Japan, Forbes Japan, Yahoo Japan and Yanko Design.
Vincent Nguyen is the editor of Carlist®. Nearly two decade at the helm of SlashGear has seen Vincent travel across the world on the hunt for the next big thing, testing the newest phones, tablets, and gadgets along the way, piloting drones, and racing against self-driving cars. Along the way, he brings a legion of tech addicts to the cutting-edge courtesy of social media in all its forms. Vincent earned his Bachelor of Science from Rockhurst University. He was on a jury in the World Car Awards.
Satsuki has been a journalist for over a decade, covering technology and transportation. She was previously a senior editor on SlashGear US and Japan. Satsuki earned her Bachelor of Science in early childhood development at the University of North Texas.