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Calling All Men and Women in the Automotive Industry!

Want to be inspired to begin or advance your automotive journey? This conference presents a united, strong and empowering message that there is a place for Women in Automotive! Dealership Owners, HR Personnel, Salespeople, Service Writers, Administrators, Marketers and anyone else affiliated with the automotive industry will come away from this event with new information to help them further their careers, as well as those of their female counterparts. There’s Something for Everyone! Want to be inspired to begin or… Read more »

News: May 3, 2017
2017 Women in Automotive Conference Taps Two Influential Entrepreneurs for Key Speaking Roles

Orlando, FL – The founder of Shari’s Berries and the best-selling author behind the “Rich Dad” and “Think and Grow Rich” brands have been confirmed as keynote speakers at the nation’s top women’s automotive conference. The 2017 Women in Automotive (WIA) Convention is set for July 9-11 in Orlando, Florida. The three-day conference draws upon top female success stories as it assists the automotive community in recruiting, retaining and developing female employees and leaders. It includes a networking event, speakers,… Read more »

Press: April 27, 2017
Men Champions Advance Careers for Women

Many men execs, managers and trainers are uncomfortable with one-on-one mentoring in cross-gender relationships. A recent survey revealed that “half of junior women and almost two-thirds of senior men shied away from one-on-one mentoring relationships due to concerns that someone might perceive a sexual relationship where there was none.” These apprehensions build walls that deny access to the power holders and potential career mentors that can advance careers, and subsequently talented women find themselves excluded and marginalized. Thus, the organization… Read more »