SBN Leadership Changes

Long-time SEMA volunteer and industry veteran, Camee Edelbrock, has very recently decided to step down from the SBN Chair position to focus on her personal business interests. While we are saddened that she will be leaving the volunteer leadership ranks, we are excited for her and the new opportunities she is pursuing. We are truly appreciative of all that Camee has contributed to the industry, SEMA and the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network. Please join us in passing along our sincere “thanks” to Camee for all she has done to support the aftermarket.

SBN’s Immediate Past Chair Erin Gilhuly, Engagement Marketing Planner at Toyota Motor North America has agreed to assume the SBN Chair role for the next year and help provide a smooth transition for SBN Chair-elect Lana Chrisman in July 2019.

Her 20-year career with Toyota prompted a recent move to Texas where she is an Engagement Marketing Planner focusing on lifestyle events.  “I’m happy to step back in to finish the remainder of Camee’s term.  There’s some great programs in the works and with the support of the select committee and membership at large, I know we’ll be able to get a lot accomplished.”