By Katie Carson
The SEMA Council and Network election period closes June 3. Meet the final candidates!
SEMA’s councils and networks are holding elections for open positions on their select committees, where members serve as leaders for the specific automotive aftermarket segment which their council or network represents.
Through monthly, general membership and long-range planning meetings, select committee members identify the current issues the industry is facing and move SEMA resources toward solutions for the membership.
An open nomination period was held in March, where any individual member of a council or network could either be nominated by an industry associate or raise their hand to volunteer and self-nominate.
The slates have been finalized, and now council-member companies are being called upon to elect the industry’s future leaders. The election period closes June 3.