MTI’s Taylor Scism was featured in Speed On The Water’s ‘Women of Substance’ issue! This issue focuses on the women who make a difference in high-performance boating. Taylor talks about being in the boating world as well as the impact that MTI has had on our customers and the industry at large. Continue reading below and check out the full article!
Despite how well it was executed and received, our inaugural Speed On The Water Interview Issue in 2020 had a substantial flaw. Only one of the 26 folks we included—event organizer Lucy Nicandri of Sarasota, Fla.—is a woman. That the high-performance marine industry is dominated by men is no excuse, because there are plenty of women involved who are making a difference. They’re not hard to find. All you have to do is take a look around. So look we did, which is why this issue is exclusively dedicated to women of substance.
In the latest Speed On The Water digital magazine, which is now available for download, we talk with several women in the industry.
Though Taylor Scism, the daughter of MTI owners Randy and Cherell Scism, is relatively new to the industry, MTI’s client relations manager has already made an impact with the Missouri-based company and its customers around the country. You’ll get to know those women of substance and many others—through their own words—in this issue. We’re hopeful you’ll enjoy the interviews.
There’s also a profile about two well-known powerboat-loving couples who took delivery of new MTI 390X catamarans this spring—Britney and Mark Godsey and Yvette and Burton Kirsten—as well as a guest commentary from Grant Bruggemann’s wife, Kellie Bruggemann, four On Scene features from Florida events, Hot Sheet news and more.