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About Ascettes

The purpose of the Ascettes continues to be to support both the local ASA chapter and the ASA Regional Office encouraging educational opportunities for ASA members and their families, and to help with raising funds when needed. Learn more about Ascettes and the board below.

Ascettes History

!The Ascettes was founded by Carol Morgan, Allied Transmission in Bellingham in 1985, during the early years of ASC (Automotive Service Council – now called ASA Northwest).  The basic goal of the Ascettes was to provide an active participation program for the women who were attending the ASC events with their husbands.

During the next few years the Ascettes drew in women who were involved in the family automotive businesses, and in related businesses, and those who worked outside the automotive field, but who attended and supported the ASC events.  These women were interested in becoming an integral part of the association.

When ASC became ASA Northwest (ASA), the Ascettes group continued to grow and to provide a means of involvement for the women from fund raising to legislative support.  They attended unit meetings and quarterly state retreats and seminars on a regular basis.

The purpose of the Ascettes continues to be to support both the local ASA chapter and the ASA Regional Office encouraging educational opportunities for ASA members and their families, and to help with raising funds when needed. Everyone is welcome to join the Ascettes.

The Ascettes group is a division of ASA, in the same manner as mechanical, collision, and transmission. The Ascettes have been involved with on-going fund raising events to provide equipment for the state office, setting up an Ascettes scholarship fund.

Through one or more annual projects, the ASA Ascettes are offering four scholarships in the amount of $1,000.00 each, to aid in assisting students who are entering, continuing, or completing their education above high school level. Scholarships will be awarded in the automotive field and in general education.

Applicants MUST belong to the immediate family of ASA Northwest members (in good standing) and/or their employees and their immediate families. Scholarship winners in 2019 are not eligible for 2020.

The deadline to submit applications is April 10th. Get More Information & Download Applications.

The Ascettes share friendship; networking; opinions; and talents; and most importantly have fun. Everyone is welcome to join the Ascettes group!

Ascettes Board

Janel Black
President Unlimited Service - Bakerview
Melissa Kelley
Vice President Valley Automotive, Ascettes Vice President
Jen Smith
Immediate Past President Gig Harbor Automotive Service, Ascettes President
Shari Jobst
Treasurer B & B Automotive Inc
Jessica Propeck
Secretary & Media Chair European AutoHaus, Ascettes Secretary& Media Chair
Nakia Roche
Springfield Automotive Service, Service Advisor