DRiV’s Elisse Richardson, Gates Corp.’s Bryce Neumeier receive MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers MiX Certification

As the latest recipients of the certification, Richardson and Neumeier have demonstrated unwavering dedication to their professional journeys, showcasing a commitment to excellence in their respective roles. The MiX Certification Program highlights their skills, which are needed to thrive in an ever-evolving industry landscape.

MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers celebrates the accomplishments of Elisse Richardson, District Sales Manager at DRiV, and Bryce Neumeier, Global Product Line Manager at Gates Corporation, in successfully achieving the MiX Certification. The certification, presented by MEMA’s Modern Industry eXpertise (MiX) council, was launched early this year.

As the latest recipients of the certification, Richardson and Neumeier have demonstrated unwavering dedication to their professional journeys, showcasing a commitment to excellence in their respective roles. The MiX Certification Program highlights their skills, which are needed to thrive in an ever-evolving industry landscape.

“We are thrilled to congratulate Elisse Richardson and Bryce Neumeier on receiving the MiX Certification,” said Nikki Rankin, Council Director at MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers. “Their commitment to professional development and leadership, as well as their active industry participation aligns perfectly with the core values that drive our industry forward. We believe that investing in our future leaders’ growth not only benefits the individual, but also contributes to the overall success of the automotive aftermarket industry as a whole.”

The MiX Certification Program is a comprehensive approach to fostering professional development, leadership skills, and active industry participation. The certification exemplifies a strong commitment to the core values that drive the automotive industry forward and encapsulates a well-rounded approach to individual growth and community impact.

Over the last two months, eight MiX members have completed the MiX Certification, emphasizing the commitment of the council’s members to fostering a culture of continuous learning and professional advancement.

For more information about the MiX Certification Program, visit mema.org/networking-groups/modern-industry-expertise/Certification-Program.


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