YANG Announces Leadership 2.0 Scholarship Recipient

YANG Announces Leadership 2.0 Scholarship Recipient

Kendra Mitchell will represent YANG at the University of the Aftermarket’s 2024-2025 Leadership 2.0 Program.

The Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG), a community of the Auto Care Association, has selected Kendra Mitchell of BBB Industries to represent YANG at the University of the Aftermarket’s 2024-2025 Leadership 2.0 Program. YANG described Leadership 2.0 as the premier post-graduate style leadership and business skills education program “designed to promote the development of the next generation of auto care leaders.” 

Mitchell currently serves as a senior key account manager at BBB Industries LLC. In a news release, YANG said she has been “instrumental in driving profitability and sales growth across diverse product lines, while prioritizing customer satisfaction at every touchpoint.” YANG added that Mitchell has contributed to organizations such as MEMA, Reman Industry Council, Women in Auto Care, and YANG.

“As I strive to grow both personally and professionally, this opportunity [will] empower me to become a more valuable asset to the company, enabling me to achieve my career aspirations and fulfill my potential,” said Mitchell. “This scholarship [will] not only benefit me individually but also positively impact my family and the organization I represent.”

The Leadership 2.0 program will take place in Summer 2024 and Spring 2025.

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