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The SBN Woman of the Year Award was added to the presentation in 2002 to recognize a woman in the industry that has had outstanding achievements and made significant contributions to the automotive aftermarket.
2007 winner, Amy Faulk (Hypertech) who is a founding member of the SBN, presented the 2008 award to Lori LaCosse. Selected from a field of three worthy contenders that included Valiena A. Allison and Amy Bowler.
The SEMA Businesswomen's Network Athena Award has been established
to honor an industry person (male or female) or company for outstanding
contributions to women in the automotive aftermarket.
The mission of the SEMA Mentoring Program, Powered by SBN, is to provide confidential guidance and advice from dedicated, experienced members in order to cultivate the talents and attributes of future SEMA member leaders who will in turn continue growth of the automotive aftermarket.