More than 1,700+ transportation and logistics professionals registered.

Attendees from all roles, levels, and company types in the industry were represented, bringing diverse perspectives, stories, connections, and more. 


100+ thought leaders and subject matter experts. 

From leadership, professional development, HR/talent management, operations, safety, technology, driver issues, sales and marketing, industry issues and trends, and D&I best practices, the event covered it all! Industry leaders such as FMCSA Administrator Robin Hutcheson spoke on challenges and opportunities for women in the industry.


150+ sponsors and exhibitors offering thousands of products and services.

Many valuable products and services specific to the industry were featured on the expo floor, including a Photo Networking component, an interactive and fun way for attendees to meet and greet with exhibitors. 


20+ trucks and trailers featuring the latest and greatest innovations.

Attendees experienced first-hand innovative new equipment through the Truck & Technology Tour – which featured cabs, trailers, self-driving trucks, Big Data and AI technology, IoT devices and platforms, TMS, and WMS. Companies included: Amazon, Arrow Truck Sales, Clean Harbors, Daimler Truck North America, Highway Transport, Navistar, PACCAR, Suburban Propane, Triumph, Truckers Against Trafficking, UPS, Volvo, Walmart, Way, WITney, WM, Freightliner, and Western Star.


50+ networking opportunities.

Between speed networking, workshops, receptions, interactive roundtable discussions, expo time, and more, there were plenty of ways attendees could make meaningful connections and build relationships.


200+ companies & individuals recognized for leadership and gender diversity.

During a special recognition program, WIT acknowledged and celebrated the 2022 Top Companies for Women to Work For in Transportation, 2022 Top Woman-Owned Businesses in Transportation, and 2022 Top Women to Watch in Transportation. All of whom are making great strides in their careers and fostering exceptional workplaces for women.


scholarship winners thanks to ProDriver Project.

Quia John hopes to haul gravel for large construction projects in the region, as she has earned her Class A CDL. Jessica McKeown aspires to one day lead and manage a team in the 3PL sector. Jesse Stewart hopes to be an Owner-Operator – making her a second-generation woman truck driver. Morgan Wenger is enrolled in a Supply Chain program and hopes to pursue a career in transportation. Kathleen Lindsay just obtained her CDL and purchased her first truck and started her own company.


Trina Norman of UPS named the 2022 Influential Woman in Trucking.

Trina Norman, Southern California Feeder Operations Manager, UPS, was the recipient of the 2022 Influential Woman in Trucking Award. Sponsored by Daimler Truck North America, the announcement came after the panel discussion, “When Remarkable Women Do Remarkable Things.” Norman stood out due to her passion in giving back to her community, supporting her team, and leading her company toward success.


Most Attendees Award presented to Amazon.

"Attendees from TOM, POST, AFP, Amazon Freight, Relay and MMPM came to the conference to show our dedication to women development. So proud we could put our women leaders first and strive to be earth's best employer here at Amazon," said Monica Leonard, Amazon WaT Board Vice President and company champion of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.


Missed the in-person event? The Virtual Conference takes place Dec. 6-7!




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