DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (May 30, 2017) -- Tim Martin from K&N Engineering has been elected the chairman-elect of SEMA and will help the SEMA Board of Directors lead the association for the 2017-2019 term. Martin fills the position held for the past two years by Wade Kawasaki of The Coker Group. Kawasaki will begin serving his term as chairman in July. James Lawrence from Power Automedia was also voted onto the SEMA Board of Directors, and Greg Adler from Transamerican Auto Parts was re-elected and will serve another term.
Board of Directors
Diamond Bar, CA (March 21, 2017) — The following slate of candidates are vying for a seat on the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Board of Directors.
Get to Know the Nominees
Eleven candidates entered this year’s election, each vying for a position on the 2015–2018 SEMA Board of Directors. The SEMA Board provides strategic direction to the association and plays a critical role in shaping the future of the automotive specialty-equipment industry.
Voting for the 2015–2018 SEMA Board of Directors Election opened May 13 and will be available online until June 9. Voting is open to current SEMA members, and votes must be submitted by the designated primary contact of each voting SEMA-member company.
Results of the 2014 SEMA Board of Directors election are in, with two new members joining the group.
Election materials for this year's SEMA Board of Directors election have been emailed to the primary contacts at all eligible SEMA-member companies. The voting period is May 14-June 10, 2014.
The following slate of candidates are vying for a seat on the SEMA Board of Directors.
Doug Evans of Source Interlink Media has been elected the Chairman-elect of SEMA and joins two newly elected Board members to help lead the association for the 2013–2015 term.
Eight candidates entered this year’s election, each vying for a position on the 2013–2016 SEMA Board of Directors.
SEMA News: Why are you running for the chair-elect position on the SEMA Board of Directors?
Doug Evans: I am honored to be running! I feel we are at a critical juncture with our industry, and my three decades of experience can help ensure a bright future for SEMA and future generations of enthusiasts.