By Kristopher Porter
Just a week after the 2018 SEMA Show, the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN) has announced that the November #SheIsSEMA member spotlight is dedicated to Tara Hitzig from Automobile Driving Museum. Take a look at her Q&A with the SEMA SBN below:
SEMA: What is the best advice you have ever received?
Tara Hitzig: Always do your best, never make assumptions, don't take anything personally and be impeccable with your word.
SEMA: What keeps you involved in this industry?
TH: The people and the community. The good people I meet every day who love cars and love people more!
SEMA: On a Saturday, where can you be found?
TH: At either a car show at the museum or watching my son’s travel hockey games.
SEMA: How do you prepare for going to an important meeting?
TH: Hoping it makes me smile when it’s done.
SEMA: If you could go to lunch with one industry leader, living or dead, who would it be?
TH: Alice Huyler Ramsey—the first woman to drive across America.