The ETTN is happy to welcome Karen Salvaggio, Vice President, Business Development, at Scorpion EV; and Erin Dmytrow, Vice President of Engineering at Magnuson Superchargers, as the network's newest select committee volunteers. Salvaggio and Dmytrow will both serve a two-year term.
Salvaggio: Prior to her role at Scorpion EV, Salvaggio was CEO & founder of KarenSalvaggio.com. In addition to her expertise in organizational development and leadership, race team management and development, Salvaggio has 25 years of experience in public education and she is a U.S. Air Force veteran.
Dmytrow: In his current role at Magnuson Superchargers, Dmytrow is responsible for all engineering, design, testing, validating and certification for supercharger kits for ICE-powered vehicles.
Salvaggio and Dmytrow will play critical roles in helping to identify, communicate and provide automotive aftermarket engineers, programmers and product developers with the knowledge of emerging vehicle trends and new technology to ensure continued success.
In addition to the newly elected Select Committee members, ETTN welcomes back network chair Rob Simons, Automotive Consulting Services; chair-elect Kelleigh Ash, Battle Motors; immediate past chair Ian Lehn, BOOSTane; Chris Crecelius, Edelbrock LLC (re-elected); Brent Dreher, Faraday Future; Nick DiBlasi, Race Winning Brands; Scott D. Lowe, High Xpectations (re-elected); Andrew Mernone, HP Tuners; Jonathan Mill, No Brakes LLC; Bob Morreale, The Tuning School; and Robert Prucka, Clemson University.