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ZF Aftermarket’s Meagan Moody Named 2019 Young Executive of the Year By The Import Vehicle Community

Moody was recognized for her dedication, enthusiasm and accomplishments in the automotive aftermarket industry.


Last week at AAPEX 2019 in Las Vegas, Meagan Moody, marketing communications manager for ZF Aftermarket in North America, was presented the 2019 Young Executive of the Year Award from the Import Vehicle Community (formerly the Auto International Association), a segment of the Auto Care Association. Recognizing leadership and integrity for executives under 40 years of age, the award was presented to Moody during the Import Vehicle Community Luncheon and Awards Program.

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“Meagan is a great example of the type of young executive the aftermarket needs to help lead it into the future. Like many industries, the automotive aftermarket is changing, and we need people like Meagan with the knowledge, skills, experience and passion to help navigate the industry through this evolution. We are proud of her and her accomplishments – we can’t wait to see what she does next,” said Mark Cali, head of Independent Aftermarket for U.S. and Canada, ZF Aftermarket.

Moody has worked for ZF Aftermarket in North America for eight years and today manages communications and marketing strategy for the company’s aftermarket brands, including Lemförder, SACHS and TRW. She also oversees tradeshows, graphic design and brand promotions for the U.S. and Canada. Earlier this year, Moody also was awarded the Modern Industry eXpertise (MiX) scholarship for the University of the Aftermarket’s 2019-2020 Leadership 2.0 class. 


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