SheIsSEMA has been spotlighting SBN members since 2018 through short q&a’s posted in SEMA eNews, on the SBN Facebook and now SBN Instagram pages in social media. These spotlights are a quick but efficient way of putting “faces to names” and giving just a brief snapshot of the individuals involvement or history in the industry.
SBN Member Updates
The SBN is seeking to raise awareness of successful women in the industry by featuring those women who have excelled in their career. To accomplish this goal the #SheIsSEMA program has been expanded to include a new Spotlight program. The #SheIsSEMA Spotlight program offers SBN members an opportunity to share
By Katie Hurst
In 2018, the U.S.
SBN Awards nominations are almost over! This is an opportunity for an outstanding person to be recognized at the SEMA Show for their amazing accomplishments this past year. As a member of SBN, we invite you to submit your nomination today.
It’s that time of year again! SEMA Education and the SBN are working on putting together topics and speakers for the women education track at the 2019 SEMA Show. If you have any ideas for topics and would like to contribute, feel free to email SEMA Education Director, Zane Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
August’s Member Spotlight is dedicated to TORA Chair Erika Marquez from WARN Industries. Check out Erika’s Q&A with SEMA and the SBN below:
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Recognizing the professional opportunities available for women in the specialty equipment industry is a top priority of the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN).
With a focus on advancing the careers of women in the automotive aftermarket, the SBN is excited to announce three seminars taking place at the 2018 SEMA Show.
To register to attend these events please visit the SEMA Show Education Site.