Women In Trucking Association is seeking nominees for its Influential Woman in Trucking Award. Pictured are finalists of the 2017 Influential Woman in Trucking award Tana Greene, CEO, Blue Bloodhound; Traci Crane, Senior Manager, Fleet Services, CFI; and Daphne Jefferson, Administrator, FMCSA (2017 winner).
 - Photo courtesy Women In Trucking Association

Women In Trucking Association is seeking nominees for its Influential Woman in Trucking Award. Pictured are finalists of the 2017 Influential Woman in Trucking award Tana Greene, CEO, Blue Bloodhound; Traci Crane, Senior Manager, Fleet Services, CFI; and Daphne Jefferson, Administrator, FMCSA (2017 winner).

Photo courtesy Women In Trucking Association

The Women In Trucking Association and Freightliner Trucks are seeking nominations for the group’s 2018 Influential Woman in Trucking Award.

The award recognizes women who make or influence key decisions in a corporate, manufacturing, supplier, owner-operator, driver, sales, or dealership setting. The winner must have a proven record of responsibility and have mentored or served as a role model to other women in the industry.

“Across the trucking industry, we see women in ever increasing roles of importance and influence,” said Kary Schaefer, general manager, marketing and strategy, Freightliner Trucks. “Women in Trucking provides the network and structure needed to foster and promote this continuing diversification. Freightliner is pleased to be able to sponsor this award and to highlight the exceptional female leaders that help shape our industry.”

In its eight year, the award honors female leaders in the trucking industry. Past recipients include Maria Taylor, chief executive officer of Bennett International Group; Rebecca Brewster, president and chief operating officer of American Transportation Research Institute, and Kari Rihm, president of Rihm Kenworth.

Nominees will be accepted through Sept. 1.

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