MEMA Launches ‘MentorME’ Employee Mentorship Program

MEMA Launches ‘MentorME’ Employee Mentorship Program

It is designed to build professional skills to positively impact their role at MEMA and careers in the automotive industry.

MEMA, the Vehicle Suppliers Association, announced the launch of a mentorship program for MEMA employees. The program is designed to help build professional skills to positively impact their role at MEMA and careers in the automotive industry, MEMA says. The new program, called “MentorME,” will kick off with five members of the senior leadership team serving as mentors.  

The 6-month program will include one-on-one mentoring sessions, as well as professional development courses for both mentors and mentees. Focus areas include managing up, presentation skills, and the art of networking.

“MEMA is able to provide solid value to our members because of the talent we invest in internally,” says Ann Wilson, senior vice president, Government Affairs, MEMA and one of the inaugural MentorME mentors. “MentorME will guide participants toward professional development that will help them in their current career and beyond.”

The 2023 MEMA MentorME mentors are: 

  • John Chalifoux – Chief Sustainability Officer, MEMA & COO,
    MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers
  • Julie Fream – President & CEO, MEMA Original Equipment Suppliers
  • Paul McCarthy – President & CEO, MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers
  • Collin Shaw – Chief Commercial Vehicle Officer, MEMA & COO,
    MEMA Original Equipment Suppliers
  • Ann Wilson – Senior Vice President, Government Affairs, MEMA

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