Women In Trucking
A live, call-in show airing exclusively on SiriusXM Road Dog channel 146
Every Saturday, 10am - 12pm Central • Call In at 888-876-2336

Due to COVID-19, SiriusXM will have limited staff in the studio. The WIT show will be postponed until April 4. 

Hosted by Ellen Voie, SiriusXM’s Women In Trucking will feature listener call-ins and interviews with professionals from the trucking industry - from drivers, technicians, and engineers to transportation CEOs and dispatchers - sharing their stories of the challenges and opportunities of the open road. 

Women In Trucking, a show geared towards men and women listeners, will also address gender diversity issues pushing for more women to join its ranks. With women making up just under eight percent of the trucking industry workforce, SiriusXM’s Women In Trucking will help promote the employment of more women by identifying and removing the obstacles that keep them from entering the field. 

Call us at 888-876-2336 or 888-8 ROAD DOG.

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Missed the latest show? Shows rebroadcast on Sundays at 2:00pm Eastern.

Upcoming Schedule

 

April 4 • Chris Widener, Author of "The Art of Influence" and Jathan Janove, an internationally published author speaking on leadership. 

April 11 • This show will be all about female entrepreneurs. We will hear from Melissa Gaglione, Safety4Her; Founders of Dovetail Workwear; and Emily Soloby, Juno Jones Shoes.

April 18 • Jim Bouchard, author and leadership activist will discuss leadership at all levels & about the parallel of embracing the title of "professional" between drivers and martial artists. We will also hear from Marla Godette, founding mentor or Mentoring Moments, LLC discussing assumed personality types of drivers and "who is best fit for the road?"

 

 

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