Standard Motor Products' Directors Recognized

Standard Motor Products’ Directors Recognized

Pamela Puryear, Ph.D. and Alisa Norris were recognized for their success and influence.

Standard Motor Products, Inc. (SMP) announced two members of its Board of Directors have been recognized for their success and influence.

In June 2023, Alisa C. Norris, presiding independent director of SMP, was named one of Directors & Boards Magazine’s Class of 2023 “Directors to Watch: Gender Diversity 2023” as published in its Annual Report. Specializing in marketing, strategy, and human resources, Norris is a seasoned Fortune 250 executive, board director, and board advisor. She is an alumna of Trinity College where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and holds a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School.

In October 2023, Pamela Puryear, Ph.D., chair of SMP’s Compensation and Management Development Committee, received recognition from WomenInc. Magazine by being named one of its 2023 Most Influential Women Corporate Board Directors. WomenInc. Magazine explains the Most Influential Women Corporate Board Directors as being a “comprehensive and celebratory acknowledgment of the women executives, influencers, and leaders whose strategic governance at the board level has been nothing short of exemplary.” Dr. Puryear is a business executive with 35 years of global experience in financial services, consulting, healthcare and retail. She holds a Ph.D. degree in organizational psychology from California School of Professional Psychology, an MBA degree from the Harvard Business School, and a BA degree in psychology with a concentration in organizational behavior from Yale University.

“SMP is proud to share and celebrate the accomplishments and recognition of our Directors,” said Eric Sills, SMP President and CEO. “Ms. Norris and Dr. Puryear are valuable assets to our Board, and we are delighted to share the news with our partners and colleagues.”

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