PLOVER, Wis. — Women In Trucking (WIT) is now accepting nominations for the organization’s “Top Women to Watch in Transportation.”
“Promoting the accomplishments of women is a big part of the Women In Trucking Association’s mission,” said Ellen Voie, WIT president and CEO. “Many women are making great strides and accomplishments in their careers and positively impacting their companies and helping to promote greater gender diversity.”
The next issue of WIT’s magazine Redefining the Road magazine will feature “Top Women to Watch in Transportation.”
Those interested can apply or nominate a woman who is worthy of this distinction, whether her role is in leadership, operations and safety, HR/talent management, sales and marketing or a professional truck driver, Voie said.
Criteria used to identify qualified applicants will include significant accomplishments they’ve made in their career during the past 12-18 months.
Nominations will be accepted through December 5.
Here’s how it works:
- There is no fee to apply or nominate.
- Nominee must be a member of the Women In Trucking Association.
- Provide rationale for nomination, career background and accomplishments and awards within the last 12-18 months. (All three responses should be no longer than 250 words each)
- Be prepared to upload professional photo of your nominee (preferred file format: Print-quality JPG file, minimum 300 dpi)
Because there are so many candidates, Voie said priority will be given to nominees who were not included on our 2018 or 2019 lists.
For more information, contact Carleen Herndon at 615-696-1870 or [email protected].
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