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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 »

Press: October 23, 2017
Inspiring a More Positive Culture

Passion, Motivation and Performance Have you ever seen anyone that is truly passionate about their work or cause? Many start-up companies begin with contagious passion to achieve their mission/vision and goals. Their passion and actions create positive emotions in those around them and it is amazing how this inspires motivation. Motivation, development and support can inspire performance. Performance can propel individuals and organizations to higher levels and goal achievement! Examples such as Amazon come to mind. On the other spectrum… Read more »

News: October 22, 2017
Race adds a level of difficulty in workplace

For women of color in the auto industry, race adds another element to the challenges they face. But it’s often unclear to them how directly their experiences are linked to their gender, race or ethnicity. “I am also African-American,” one respondent to the Automotive News Project XX Survey wrote. “So I am unsure if it is gender or race that contributes to the male perceptions of me.” Something that is clear: Women of color are both under-represented and underpaid. The… Read more »