MEMA recognized Tammy Tecklenburg, founder and CEO of dott., for promoting DEI in the automotive industry.
MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers said Dana’s commitment to diversity is shown in its recruitment efforts, suppliers and more.
It was recognized as a 2023 Top Company for Women to Work For in Transportation for the fifth consecutive year.
In its third consecutive I&D report, Eaton reported that over two-thirds of its board are now women or minorities.
The report also highlights the company’s dedication to environmental stewardship, ethics, and diversity and inclusion.
SEMA Vice President of People and Culture Jaelyn Young will chair the committee.
MEMA will present the awards Nov. 1 during AAPEX to recognize the importance of DEI in the aftermarket.
Genevieve L. Dombrowski, SVP of human resources, was recognized for her accomplishments in the DEI space.
It highlights SMP’s continued commitment to being environmentally and socially responsible.
This marks the company’s seventh time being named to the prestigious list.
Ten individuals and organizations honored for setting an example by advocating for diversity and inclusion across NASCAR.
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