Women In Trucking Adds Australian Member

September 30, 2008

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Women in Trucking recently signed its first Australian member, Jacqueline Brotherton, who is the transport manager at Oxford Cold Storage in Laverton, North Victoria, Australia.
Her goal for joining WIT is to meet women in the U.S. who have a similar interest in trucking.

Brotherton has been involved in the transport industry for more than 30 years and has worked in all three eastern mainland states as a linehaul manager. Her background includes livestock, refrigerated and general freight transportation, plus three years as a fleet manager for one of Australia's largest transport companies. She also operated her own truck for several years, with a employee driver.

Currently, Jacquelene serves as a director of Transport Women Australia Limited. She plans to visit the U.S. next year and plans to meet with Women in Trucking members to learn more about our industry here.

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