MEMA’s MiX Networking Group Launches Certification Program

MEMA’s MiX Networking Group Launches Certification Program

Within a five-day period, five exceptional professionals were approved for the MiX Certification Program, the group said.

MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers’ Modern Industry eXpertise (MiX) networking group announced the successful launch of its certification program.

Within a five-day period, five exceptional professionals were approved for The MiX Certification Program, “marking an important moment in industry skill development,” the leadership counsel said.

The MiX Certification Program is a comprehensive leadership framework designed to cultivate not only professional development and leadership skills, but also active industry participation. The program boasts a well-rounded approach to individual growth and a focus on community impact, according to the MiX group.

The following individuals received MiX Certification: 

  • Angela Dzickowski – Business unit director SDI, Flexfab
  • Dan Goodlander – Production manager, Gold Eagle
  • Parker Blust – Executive assistant, Schaeffler Group
  • Andrew Peckham – Division tech care & trade marketer, Valeo
  • Molly Fiddes – Senior digital marketing manager, Gold Eagle

“This incredible response in such a short time underscores our industry’s hunger for innovative skill development and leadership,” commented Nikki Rankin, MiX council director at MEMA. “We are thrilled to welcome Angela, Dan, Parker, Andrew, and Molly as trailblazers of this program, showcasing their dedication to shaping the future of our industry.”

MiX harnesses the potential of tomorrow’s leaders through reverse mentoring, professional development and direct engagement with industry-related challenges. Embracing the belief that today’s challenges can be best addressed by today’s young professionals, MiX is committed to empowering these individuals to lead the charge in overcoming industry obstacles and creating an ever more successful aftermarket industry, according to the leadership council.

For more details on MiX and the MiX Certification Program, visit the MiX Certification webpage, or contact Nikki Rankin at [email protected].

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