Jenny Fall

Jenny Fall

Jenny’s responsibilities include managing the programs for the Women in Trucking Image Team as well as the Driver Ambassador program and WITney trailer. She has more than 20 years of experience in employee communications with 8+ years in the transportation industry, managing engagement and enrichment programs for a carrier based in Findlay, OH. Prior to joining Women in Trucking, Jenny was responsible for the development of several driver focused incentive programs with a focus on maximizing the opportunities available to drivers across the industry. In addition, she managed the Learning Management training program for the fleet as well as the administrative side for the Safety Department, all while gaining understanding of general ELD and regulatory policies specific to driver safety. Jenny has been an active participant with programs provided by Ohio Trucking Association, American Trucking Associations, CarriersEdge platform, and completed coursework through the Truckload Academy provided by Truckload Carriers Association. She has also been a frequent guest commentator on Garner Trucking’s podcast “Beyond the Cab.” Jenny earned her Bachelor’s degree in Communication from The University of Toledo. Raised in Northwest Ohio, she currently resides in Findlay, Ohio and has three children.

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by Jenny Fall, on Mar 29, 2024 1:40:06 PM

To salute someone is to make a gesture of respect or acknowledgement of valued accomplishment. On March 22, Women In Trucking (WIT) hosted its 13th annual Salute to Women Behind …

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