All-Female Vehicle Build Headed to SEMA Show

Written by Cathy Clark, SBN Chair

Hello SBN Members! My name is Cathy Clark and I am the chair of the SBN. Along with Sara Morosan, the chair-elect, we wanted to update you on the SBN All-Female Build.

July and August: We began the All-Female Bronco Build at the SEMA Garage in Diamond Bar, CA. We had 40 women participate in-person doing all types of activities from sanding and painting, to tire and wheel calibration. It was an amazing few weeks of education, networking, and hard work. Thank you to all who came out to volunteer. We really appreciate you.

Up Next: Another group of volunteers will take on the final stage of the build at the SEMA Garage in Detroit, MI, with activity covering electrical and lighting, accessories installation, and our wrap. This portion will include all the final details before our debut at the SEMA Show on November 1.

We have had over 180 volunteers support this initiative covering parts and sponsorships, build weeks, media outreach, administration, volunteer management and events planning. Even though the build is close to being completed there are still ways to get involved and lend your expertise. If you have not yet signed up or are looking for additional opportunities to get involved, please contact Nicole at for more information. 

We have created a landing page dedicated to our build. You can find information on our progress, partners, volunteers and upcoming events at We will continue to update as our build progresses. If you do not already, be sure to follow our social channels in Instagram and Facebook: 
Instagram: @sbn_sema
Facebook: SEMA Businesswomen's Network

We are so proud of everything that all of our volunteers have accomplished so far and all that we have ahead of us. We are also grateful for all of the hard work that everyone has contributed. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts and look forward to what's to come.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to SBN Director Nicole Bradle at

All-Female Vehicle Build Headed to SEMA Show