Mary Davis Returns to CAWA Manufacturers' Advisory Council

Davis previously also served on CAWA's Board of Directors for six years, including as chair.


Mary Davis of Niterra has been appointed to the California Automotive Wholesalers Association (CAWA) Manufacturers’ Advisory Council, a notable return for Davis.

“CAWA welcomes back Mary to the leadership of CAWA," said Tom Ogaz, chair of the Board of Directors. "I am looking forward to her service and we appreciate her commitment to the industry and the association. I look forward to her participation and contributions to CAWA in assisting the association in achieving its goals as an effective and valuable automotive care industry organization.”

Davis’s extensive experience in the automotive industry spans over three decades. Her journey with CAWA began as a member of the Board of Directors, where she served for six years. She then took on a more prominent role as chair of the Board of Directors in 2011. Her initial involvement with the Manufacturers' Advisory Council (MAC) lasted eight years, including three years as chair.

Currently, Davis is at Niterra North America, previously known as NGK Sparkplugs, USA, as a regional sales specialist for the Western Division. She works closely with NAPA Auto Parts, leveraging her vast industry experience to foster growth and innovation. 

Apart from her professional commitments, Davis actively contributes to the cultural and historical aspects of the automotive world. She serves on the Board of Directors of the California Automobile Museum. Her leadership extends to cultural realms as well, where she is the president of the Croatian American Women’s Club and a board trustee of the Croatian American Cultural Center. Additionally, her love for vintage automobiles is showcased through her membership in the Vintage Car Racing Club.

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