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NHADADec 13, 2022 3:48:59 PM2 min read

New Hampshire’s Automotive Education Foundation Welcomes Familiar Face

Adam Memmolo is no stranger to the Automotive industry, or for that matter, the NHADA Foundation and their events and fundraisers. Most recently, he was a guest host at our annual industry panel at career day (picture below).

careerpanelNow he will lead the charge on the NHADA Foundation’s initiative to promote jobs in Automotive as Workforce Development Coordinator. Adam joins the team with over 20 years of direct industry experience, most recently as a Service Manager.

He will work alongside Jordan Marshall, the Foundation’s current Administrative Specialist. Jordan will continue to handle administrative work in addition to managing ASE Certifications and helping award scholarships and training grants.

Adam will continue to build upon our strong relationships with our educational partners; Career Tech Centers and NH Community Colleges. Additionally, he will promote industry careers to high school and college students in New Hampshire through classroom visits, events and competitions.

New Hampshire’s Automotive programs are very familiar to Adam. In fact, he got his start by attending Concord Regional Technical Center’s (CTRC) Automotive program in high school. Now, CRTC, in addition to New Hampshire’s 19 other Career Tech Centers will be a place he visits frequently. 

“Having spent time in the industry is an added bonus to Adam’s resume,” said Mark Tulley, Owner of Tulley Automotive and President of the New Hampshire Automotive Education Foundation.

“That will go a long way when he is in front of students, and they can see first-hand how rewarding careers in this industry can be.”

Adam followed the same career path that the Foundation promotes. One of the highlights of pursuing an education in Automotive is how hands-on it is. By the time students graduate college, they have already had on-the-job experience. The concept of earning while you learn was appealing to Adam as well as hundreds of current students in NH programs.

“When I started my first internship, I was hooked,” said Adam, “From my internship, I was hired and while working I completed my Associate's degree.”

Adam worked his way up from a full-time Technician all the way to Service Manager, mentoring several co-workers along the way. Adam also sits on several advisory committees, a mixture of industry and educational representatives who collaborate for the better of the industry.

Adam’s proven track record and commitment to the industry will be a tremendous asset to the New Hampshire Automobile Dealers Association. He begins at the end of December 2022 and will hit the ground running with his first “Recruitment Tour” in January of 2023.

Say hello to Adam at or at 603-224-2369. Welcome aboard!