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Driving inclusion: Understanding DEI practices in the automotive aftermarket

5-minute survey and study will help companies better understand the progress being made to build inclusive cultures across the industry

Washington, Conn.— dott., a strategic business consulting and services practice driven to elevate people, process, and profits through “diversity of thought,” announced the launch of an industry-wide study in partnership with MESH/diversity called “Driving Inclusion: Understanding DEI Practices in the Automotive Aftermarket.”

With this study, participating companies will better understand the progress being made to build inclusive cultures across the industry.

“As more and more organizations increase their focus on workforce and workplace culture, we want to get a sense of where companies are with their efforts. To do this, we’ve created a 5-minute survey that will help assess the industry as a whole, as well as provide insights for your organization.” said Dr. Leeno Karumanchery, Co-Founder & Head of Behavioral Sciences, MESH/diversity.

“If your organization is part of the automotive aftermarket your participation is important. No matter the size of your business, you’re invited and your voice matters,” said Tammy Tecklenburg, founder and CEO, dott.

All responses will be compiled confidentially to create a first-of-its-kind segmented analysis of the industry. Each participating company will also receive a personalized benchmark that includes insights into how their DEI programs compare and potential next steps. The deadline for completion is Oct. 1.

Contact with any questions you may have about the process.

If you’re ready, feel free to get started with the survey now

Dr. Leeno Karumanchery from MESH will be a guest speaker at dott.’s next Aftermarket DEI Roundtable on Sept. 13, from 12-1 p.m. ET. Visit to register to join this peer learning community.

DEI Champions exploring certification are invited to register for the DEI Builder’s next quarterly cohort beginning October. For details and registration, visit

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