Did you know that farmers have a higher percentage of women in the workforce than fleet management? Where are the women in fleet?
Women in Fleet
Women are a growing component of the fleet management industry, and work truck fleets are no different. Here we celebrate the women who help make the truck fleet industry what it is today and have fought hard to be recognized for their truly great achievements.
Women in Fleet: Utilimaster's Costello
Driven by a desire for continuous change and continuous improvement, Costello is a driving force in the fleet industry today.
Women in Fleet: Katie Keeton of Siemens USA
In her 16 years with Siemens USA, Keeton has developed a passion for people, a drive for involvement, and a push for growth.
Women in Fleet: Angela Gregorowicz
With two decades under her belt involved in fleet management and a passion for volunteering and helping others, Gregorowicz has made her mark in fleet.
Women in Fleet: Emily Garza of Archrock
With a keen understanding of rental and fleet management experience, Garza knows fleet inside and out.
Women in Fleet: Meet JLL's Sheri Hardesty
Taking a global look at the industry after more than 35 years involved in the fleet management side, Hardesty enjoys a challenge (and a good laugh).
Women in Fleet: Baker of FCA
Fleet managers must be informed to accomplish their jobs, and Baker makes sure that FCA fleets get the info they need and enjoy the purchasing process.
Women in Fleet: Watson of WEX
Working her way up through the marketing department, Watson’s passion and perseverance – and her love for the people in fleet – keep her motivated.
Women in Fleet: Meet Brink's Kelli White
With two decades of fleet experience, White has an in-depth understanding of what it takes to manage a well-run fleet.
Women in Fleet: Moser of Nissan
With family roots in the Michigan automotive industry, Moser is relationship-driven and believes a customer-centric focus is essential.