|The Member Resource Pool was formed to provide added assistance to the
activities sponsored by the SBN, such as the SEMA Networking Breakfast.
The SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN) is a dynamic group of professional women, now numbering close to 300, whose mission is to encourage and assist in the professional development of women working in the specialty-equipment market. The committee offers many different opportunities for women to become involved, to build friendships, network and grow their career by serving as a mentor in the SBN-powered SEMA Mentoring Program, serving on the SBN Select Committee, or by participating in SEMA’s SBN Member Resource Pool.
The Member Resource Pool is a volunteer group open to any member of the SBN. The Member Resource Pool was formed to provide added assistance to the activities sponsored by the SBN, such as the SEMA Networking Breakfast at the annual SEMA Show, SEMA Mentoring Program, member-driven communications initiatives, regional networking events and much more.
The Member Resource Pool is comprised of a diverse group of women with different talents and areas of expertise; some are seasoned professionals and some are novices to the industry. Any woman who is a member of SEMA is invited to become involved in the Member Resource Pool through their free SBN membership.
The SBN is proud to announce its 2011 SBN Member Resource Pool members:
- Monique Alexander, Coface Collections
- Leslie Allen, The Marx Group
- Monika Banaitis, Keystone Automotive Operations
- Kathryn Gallagher, Go Rhino! Products
- Joyce Held, Right Coast Inc.
- Joyce Helms, Edgenet Inc.
- Christine LeMay, The Marx Group
- Ellen McKoy, EMK Marketing
- Patricia Stoll, Amsoil Inc.
If you would like to become more involved with SBN and consider serving on the SBN Member Resource Pool, contact Erin Gilhuly at email@example.com. For more information about SBN, visit www.SEMA.org/sbn.