The Women in Trucking Association’s Top Women to Watch in Transportation Award honors women for their significant career accomplishments in the past 12 to 18 months as well as their efforts to promote gender diversity in the transportation industry.
Jones increases industry awareness and through her efforts, Fleet Advantage has had a continuous voice on critical topics in the transportation industry. Further, she has led and expanded Fleet Advantage’s gender diversity initiatives through her role by refining knowledge provided by female colleagues in a variety of specialties. She is seen as a leader and mentor for fellow women in the workplace, helping to grow other women in their professions.
“This year, we’ve identified 51 talented, resourceful women who stand out as top performers in a field of highly qualified nominees,” said Brian Everett, group editorial director and publisher of Redefining the Road magazine. “This accomplished group of women represent a wide range of skill sets and expertise, and underscore how women bring diverse thought, value and results to businesses in the transportation market.”
Those listed on the 2020 Top Women to Watch in Transportation work for motor carriers, third-party logistics companies, equipment manufacturers, retailer truck dealers, professional services companies, technology innovators, and private fleets. Their job functions include corporate management (32%), operations/safety (32%), sales/marketing (9%), human resources/talent management (6%), customer service (5%), engineering/product development (5%), finance (6%), and professional drivers (5%).
“Katerina has been instrumental to Fleet Advantage through her commitment to gaining national exposure and industry recognition for our company,” said John Flynn, CEO of Fleet Advantage. “Katerina has brought an unmatched level of professionalism to all of our communications and continues to develop content that is helping transportation executives, and we are thrilled she is receiving such esteemed recognition by the Women in Trucking Association.”
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