Bringing Gender Diversity to Transportation

The Women In Trucking Association is a non-profit organization with the mission to encourage the employment of women in the trucking industry, promote their accomplishments, and minimize obstacles faced by women working in the industry.

Our Mission

For over a decade, we've been focused on this clear mission to encourage employment, address obstacles and celebrate success. It's supported by a passionate leadership team, highly engaged members, and committed sponsors and partners.

We continue to build a strong community among our members (primarily business professionals and professional drivers) who believe in and support our mission.


Encourage Employment

Gender diversity brings new perspectives, fuels greater idea generation, problem solving and innovation, increasing business performance and overall revenue generation. Gain access to relevant market intelligence, content, networking, collaboration and best practices to help you achieve this.

Address Obstacles

Women need flexible work arrangements, fair compensation, and inclusive corporate cultures that encourage and support professional development and advancement of women. Find resources, best practices, innovative ideas, and content that help ensure such corporate cultures.

Celebrate Success

Many companies in transportation are reaping the benefits of solid workforce diversity. See what other skilled individuals and innovative companies are doing capitalize on the benefits of gender diversity through WIT’s various awards and recognition programs.

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Whether you are a business professional or a professional driver, there are many reasons to become a member.
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Amanda McLaurin: July Member of the Month

Amanda McLaurin is a student currently attending truck driving school in Pennsylvania. “If anything, I think being the only female in a class of eight has helped me adjust to the gender disproportion that still exists in the industry (even though it's getting better). Just as important, I think it has also helped my classmates learn to be more considerate, respectful and sensitive. I believe that I have gained their trust and respect, and they have gained mine too,”

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Survey: Driver Safety/Harassment Issues

WIT is currently looking at ways to expand our existing efforts to positively impact the safety of female truck drivers – and you have a voice in the process. Please take our FULLY ANONYMOUS survey asking about your perceptions and practices involving personal safety and your experiences as a professional driver. This should require approximately 10 minutes of your time.

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Webinar: Sexual Harassment of Women in the Trucking Industry

Sexual harassment is not new to a male-dominated industry like trucking. In our upcoming webinar on July 28, Kim Riddle will dive into the findings of her recent study, Risk Factors for Workplace Sexual Harassment in Female Truck Drivers. Register for free today!

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Applications Open: Diversity & Inclusion Index

Are you proud of the diversity and inclusion programs or initiatives at your company? WIT and CarriersEdge have launched the Diversity & Inclusion Index, a program dedicated to collecting and recognizing best practices across the North American trucking industry. Answer 3 simple questions to get your application started! Deadline: July 31


Accelerate Conference

This unique event works to elevate the issue of gender diversity, develop women leaders, and explore how to leverage a diverse workforce for company success and engage and retain more females in the industry.

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Redefining the Road Magazine

Published three times per year, our award-winning magazine explores emerging trends and issues impacting gender diversity in the industry, along with best practices in leadership, recruiting, operations, safety, sales and marketing, and life on the road.

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Salute to

Every year, this celebration acknowledges and applauds professional female drivers for their service and commitment to keep the economy moving and success in a male-dominated industry.

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Diversity Facts in Transportation

Did you know that women now make up over 10 percent of over-the-road (OTR) truck drivers according to our recent research? Check out more industry statistics related to gender.

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Driver Ambassador

The Driver Ambassador program focuses on spreading WIT’s message by speaking at trade shows, driving schools, and other industry events; sharing her stories of life on the road; providing media interviews; and giving rides to legislators, regulators and the media.

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Women In Trucking President Ellen Voie and the WIT team attend and speak at various industry events to learn, network and advance gender diversity in the industry. Check out our upcoming live and virtual events we'll be participating in.

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Women In Trucking Blog 

Tap into our comprehensive blog to keep up with the latest industry trends, recruiting strategies, safety tips, marketing best practices, leadership advice, stories of life on the road, and what's happening with Women In Trucking.

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