Today we’re celebrating International Women’s Day with wise words from our inaugural ‘Profiles in Leadership’ award recipients and all around inspirational female leaders of the automotive industry. I always try to look forward and not back and provide my teammates with continual performance feedback and clear expectations. —Alba Henderson, Bickley Ford I dig right in to
The conference team at Cherokee Media Group held a Google Hangout to discuss the Women & Automotive event, hosted by our sponsor Potratz Advertising, on Thursday. Below you can check out the recording, and find out all you need to know to get involved and register for the event to be held on Wed. April 6,
Before we get on site for the inaugural Women & Automotive event, happening Wednesday, April 6 at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto, we want to get to know you! We’re inviting you to join us for a hangout and to help us change the conversation about ‘women and the automotive industry.’ Our good friends
We’re about 55 days away from kicking off the inaugural Women & Automotive event, and our team is ready to dig deeper into the topics surrounding the event. As we continue to shape the event and it’s agenda, we’re coming across great articles, videos and inspirational thoughts we want to share with our readers. We
As the Women & Automotive agenda continues to come together, I wanted to take a moment to learn more about the issues driving the event from women who have established their careers within the automotive industry. What better sources than the members of our board of advisers? Both Wendy Ladd, account manager at Pfaff Leasing,
The following message first appeared as a LinkedIn Post published by our Chair of Board, Cheryl Munce. ALAS, an automotive conference ABOUT ‘women and automotive’ for both MEN and WOMEN! In my 35 years in the automotive industry I have seen the evolution of the business from manual to digital and in the past several years, the change in
During the second presidential debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney in 2012, a town-hall affair at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., the “undecided voter” Katherine Fenton asked: “In what new ways do you intend to rectify the inequalities in the workplace, specifically regarding females making only 72 percent of what their male counterparts earn?” This question highlighted