MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers welcomes Susan Pase in strategic retainer agreement

In this agreement, Pase will work closely with several MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers networking groups to ensure the most valuable execution of one of MEMA’s core member benefits.

MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers is proud to announce it is retaining the services of Susan Pase, MAAP, of S. Pase Enterprises LLC. In this agreement, Pase will work closely with several MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers networking groups to ensure the most valuable execution of one of MEMA’s core member benefits.

“Working with Susan has always been a pleasure, and we are happy to enter into this agreement to further utilize her best talents,” said Ben Brucato, Vice President of Membership & Engagement at MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers. “Susan’s wealth of automotive aftermarket advisory experience will be an essential asset in elevating the high standards we already hold our councils and networking groups to.”

In her consultancy business, Pase’s expertise lies in navigating industry trends, formulating strategies, increasing customer engagement, and advancing the overall landscape of the automotive aftermarket and original equipment sectors. Her distinguished career also includes senior leadership roles at ZF Group and Tenneco, Inc. At ZF Group, she led the North America Aftermarket commercial vehicle business, while at Tenneco she held various leadership positions across both aftermarket and original equipment segments. Notably, she served as Vice President of what was then the Global Fiat Chrysler Automotive Business Unit and as Executive Director, Customer Experience in the Aftermarket.

Pase earned a bachelor’s degree in business management from Lourdes University, supplemented by executive education courses from prestigious institutions including Harvard Business School, Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, and the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. She has also completed the Leadership 2.0 program at the University of the Aftermarket and received the Northwood University Automotive Aftermarket Education Award.


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