By Jenny Galvan
SEMA is now accepting nominations for council and network select committee positions.
Nominations are still being accepted for select committee positions on SEMA’s councils and networks, but they must be received by midnight February 23.
SEMA council or network select committee volunteers work alongside automotive professionals from different segments of the industry and identify common challenges. More importantly, they work toward solutions, make key connections, grow in their professions and gain fulfillment from being an integral part of something bigger.
If you are ready to dive deeper into the industry, or if you know someone who is, now’s your chance to nominate yourself or fellow professionals who have the skills and character to influence industry progress.
Currently, there are 10 councils and networks within SEMA. Councils work to identify related business goals, issues and challenges for member companies in a particular market segment, while the professional networks are a platform for individuals within a SEMA-member company who share a common interest or characteristic.
Join your peers and become an industry leader. Nominate yourself or another exceptional SEMA-member employee today by using the quick and easy online councils nomination form. The select committee elections will take place in late April.
For more information about SEMA’s councils and networks or the nomination and election process, contact Katie Carson.