The S&W Performance Group has announced that Terri (Weney) Gdowik will take over as president of the family owned 61-year-old performance racing company. Gdowik’s appointment from executive vice president to president comes after her brother, Michael Weney, completed his 4-year term as S&W’s President. A new EVP will be named later.
“Terri has been a key part of the business for over 38 years. I’m confident in Terri’s leadership and experience, to lead us through this new decade and beyond,” stated S&W company founder, Walt Weney.
Gdowik officially joined S&W Race Cars in 1982 and quickly set a personal goal of learning every job position in the building, including but not limited to: sales, shipping, accounting, advertising, IT, project management, cutting, bending, machining and fabricating. She also competed in the North East Division Super Pro and Super Comp drag racing classes.
“I’m grateful for the opportunity to continue the hard work that my family and team members have been doing for the last 60 years, and build upon our ongoing success,” said Gdowik. “I want to thank my family, employees, customers and business partners for their long-standing support.”