MERCED, CA (May 11, 2019) –Centurion & Supreme Boats VP of Sales and Marketing, Amy Mauzy has been recognized as one of 25 Women Making Waves by Boating Industry Magazine. In a month we honor women more than any other, it is fitting we recognize Mauzy along with the other 24 talented female water sports industry professionals. Read the full article in Boating Industry’s May 2019 digital issue starting on page 37.
Boating Industry May 2019 | Women Making Waves
Women Making Waves is Boating Industry’s effort to recognize the multitude of women in the industry who have made and continue to make great contributions to its success, propel its growth and lead their organizations and peers into the future. With over 100 nominations for this year’s Women Making Waves, choosing the highlighted women was no easy task. There is such a large and continuously growing number of women doing incredible work in our industry that the pages don’t provide enough space to honor each and every one. The group of women in the proceeding pages have given everything they have and more to the marine industry and have accomplished so much. Here they are, the 25 Women Making Waves as nominated by the industry and selected by Boating Industry. Read the full article in Boating Industry’s May 2019 digital issue starting on page 37.
VICE PRESIDENT OF SALES & MARKETING
CENTURION & SUPREME BOATS
Education: Some college
Years in the marine industry: 21
Other companies you have worked for in the marine industry and titles you held within those companies: Malibu Boats, Marketing Assistant; Skiers Choice, Marketing Director; Centurion & Supreme Boats, Marketing Director, then VP Sales & Marketing.
What are some of the biggest lessons you have learned working in the marine industry? It takes a village. I could never have this career without the support of my family and especially my husband, Glen. I travel a lot and I have two boys, Matthew and Daniel 13 and 10 years old. My husband and our family support me being gone with love and understanding. I have learned the lesson that that role is as important as my work. One does not exist without the other. I am thankful for that support more than anything else. We are all in the same boat. Pun intended.
I started out being very competitive and disliking my competitors. As I grew in my career and ultimately moved to different companies I learned that we are all in this together and while we can compete with one another I do not need disrespect or dislike anyone to get ahead. In fact I have gotten much farther in life by being appreciative to everyone no matter what brand they represent.
If you had to choose one memorable achievement in the marine industry, what would it be and why? It’s hard to pinpoint an achievement and take credit for it on my own. Everything I have done in the marine industry has been a team effort. The team has changed and even swung back again, but it is always a group effort. Perhaps one of the biggest accomplishments I have ever been a part of is this past year at Centurion & Supreme Boats. I was a part of one of the most successful water sports events in history, the 2018 Centurion World Wake Surfing Championship. We set out to be so ambitious with the goals of this event and amazingly enough we surpassed them all: 119 competitors, 17 World Titles, 43 Personal Bests, five new model releases, one dealer reveal, 100 boat demos and 20 boat sales with deposits. Amazing!
How do you hope to inspire other women in the marine industry? I hope to be a positive example to everyone, not just women. But women especially tend to be recognized for empowerment through tragedy way more often than empowerment thorough talent or simple positivity. Almost like women have to have something bad happen to them to be heard or to rise up. Women can succeed with positivity and their unique skill set. Every man and women has that in them. I hope to be an example of positive skills that any woman or man could possess to succeed.
What advice do you have for women starting their careers in the marine industry? Enjoy the ride. Stop worrying about the next step and do the work in front of you. That work well done will lead to more… both work and recognition. If you put your head down and do those things that no one else is willing to do and you do it better than anyone could have imagined; you will be remembered, rewarded and you will succeed.
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