Last month, I mentioned the SEMA Data Co-op’s (SDC) “If it ain’t broke, fix it anyway” philosophy. This month, I would like to expand on that a bit.
As the vice president of councils and membership, I have the enviable job of working closely with the
association’s core membership—our councils and networks—and determining
the strategic direction of the organization in terms of benefits
provided to members.
Gary Vigil: One of the ways SEMA tries to fulfill its mission of helping its members’ businesses succeed and prosper is to produce the industry’s leading trade show.
Every program or service offered by SEMA will come through or affect this department at some time, in some fashion.
SEMA News: Can you briefly explain your role and the role of your department at SEMA?
Alise Miner: The role of my department is to assist in the day-to-day operations of the association.