BBB’s Kim Nolan To Talk ‘Leadership As A Trailblazer’ In Next YANG Virtual Event

Next YANG Virtual Event Will Feature BBB’s Kim Nolan

Nolan will discuss the topic of “Leadership as a Trailblazer” in the automotive aftermarket.

The Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG), an under-40 community of the Auto Care Association, has announced the next guest in its virtual networking series for YANG members and mentors.

The next YANG Professional Series event will take place from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 18. The event will feature Kim Nolan, senior vice president of sales, traditional market, BBB Industries. Nolan will discuss the topic of “Leadership as a Trailblazer” in the automotive aftermarket.

Nolan’s current role involves managing an approximate $200 million territory across the United States, including being responsible for a team of 10 and managing 10 outside sales agencies. Prior to BBB Industries, which she joined in 2006, Nolan worked alongside her father for 17 years in their remanufacturing business, Genco Auto Electric.

Nolan is very active in the auto care industry and currently serves as co-chair of the Women in Auto Care Member Engagement Committee as well as on the University of Aftermarket Scholarship Review team.  In 2020, she was recognized in AMN/Counterman’s inaugural class of Women at the Wheel.

The YANG Professional Series is a virtual event that brings together YANG members to discuss critical issues, hot topics and opportunities in the automotive aftermarket.

Each hour-long session features an industry leader sharing their perspective on an important issue of the day.

Registration is required to attend this event. Register here.

This event is limited to YANG community members. Not a member? Join YANG here.

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