MEMA Welcomes Emily Sobel to Washington, D.C. Team
Washington, D.C.,June 8, 2023 -- MEMA, The Vehicle Suppliers Association is proud to welcome Emily Sobel, the new senior manager of Regulatory Policy. Sobel will be based out of MEMA’s Washington, D.C. office and will work under Alex Bosenberg, vice president of Regulatory Affairs.
In her new role, Sobel will represent the association before federal and state regulatory agencies in face-to-face meetings as well as in written correspondence, including drafting comments and responses to specific regulatory issues and policies. Sobel will work closely with both the MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers and MEMA Original Equipment Suppliers groups to represent the concerns of members and the vehicle supplier community.
“We are happy to welcome Emily to the MEMA team here in Washington,” says Boesenberg. “Emily will play an important part in supporting MEMA and its membership as it relates to regulatory policy.”
Sobel recently earned a Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Environmental Policy from Cornell University’s Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy. She also holds a B.A. in Political Science and Environmental Studies: Public Policy from Binghamton University. Sobel brings experience from interning with several New York State politicians as well as with The Nature Conservancy, The Center for Climate Integrity, Northwell Health, NextGen America, and Cornell University.
MEMA, The Vehicle Suppliers Association, is the leading trade association in North America for vehicle suppliers, parts manufacturers, and remanufacturers. It has been the voice of the vehicle supplier industry since 1904. Its more than 1,000 members are Strong by Association.
Companies join MEMA via two membership groups: MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers and MEMA Original Equipment Suppliers. Automotive and commercial vehicle suppliers are the largest manufacturing sector in the United States and lead the way in new vehicle innovations.
Members conceive, design, and manufacture the OE systems and technologies that make up two-thirds of the value of every vehicle and supply the aftermarket with the parts that keep millions of vehicles on the road, fueling international commerce and meeting society’s transportation needs. MEMA members are committed to safety and sustainability.
MEMA has offices in Southfield, Mich.; Research Triangle Park, N.C.; and Washington, D.C. Learn more at MEMA.org.