|Sam Memmolo of Masters TV interviews
Jodi DeVere of Ask Patty.
|Amy Faulk of Hypertech, 2011 Mentor of
the Year Award Winner with John Menzler of Comp Performance Group
and Kim Pendergast of Magnuson.
|John Menzler of Comp Performance Group
2010 Mentor of the Year Award Winner announced the 2011 Winner with
Kim Pendergast of Magnuson.
|The SEMA Speed Networking Breakfast
traditionally starts with an awards presentation for the Athena
Award, Woman of the Year Award and the Mentor of the Year Award.
|Dick Dixon M.A. of Cal State
University/Automotive Education Alliance with Jessica Clark Jessica
Clark Racing, 1st 2-Time Female USAC Champion.
|Erin Gilhuly of Toyota|
|Attendees find hi-tech ways to make
connections during speed networking.
| Short distances and big connections.
Attendees have just a few minutes a piece to make their intros
before moving seats to meet their next connection.
|Sold out three years in a row, the
speed networking breakfast is deemed as a "must attend" event during
the SEMA Show.
|Joel Ayres of Takit, the SEMA
Businesswomen's Network Board of Directors liaison, participates in
|Open to all SEMA Show attendees, the
networking breakfast is an event for all individuals from all
sectors of the automotive aftermarket industry to come together and
to make connections that will further their professional endeavors.
|Mentor of the Year: Amy Faulk of
Hypertech (second from left) accepted the SBN 2011 Mentor of the
Year Award from 2010 winner John Menzler of Comp Performance Group
(third from left), Chairman Marla Moore of Hypertech (left), and Kim
Pendergast of Magnuson (right).
|Athena Award: Jodi DeVere of Ask Patty
(third from left) accepted the SBN 2011 Athena Award from 2010
winner Wade Kawasaki of The Coker Group (second from left), Chairman
Marla Moore of Hypertech (left), and Joe St. Lawrence of RTM
|Woman of the Year: Bernice Sanders of
Source Interlink Media (center) accepted the SBN 2011 Woman of the
Year award from 2010 winner S. Kellie Colf of eTool Developers
(left) and Chairman Marla Moore of Hypertech (right).
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