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Trucking HR Canada to host event designed for female truck drivers


OTTAWA, Ont. — Trucking HR Canada is calling all female truck drivers to its latest networking event called Driver Connect & Share.
The event will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2016, from 9:00am to 1:00pm, at the Sandman Signature Hotel Toronto Airport.
Joanne Millen-Mackenzie will open the event, sharing her perspectives, knowledge and learnings from close to 25 years behind the wheel.  As Canada’s first female Highway Star of the Year, and champion of Trucking for a Cure, Millen-Mackenzie is a known mentor and leader for others in the industry.  The event will also include a panel discussion, including driver mentors and mentees sharing their experiences and insights.
“The Driver Connect & Share event is a direct response to feedback we continue to receive that female drivers want something specific to their issues,” said Angela Splinter, CEO of Trucking HR Canada. “The women with drive initiative is delivering on supporting and encouraging female drivers in the workforce.”
The Women with Drive initiative was launched to support the industry in attracting, recruiting, and retaining more women in the trucking workforce. As well, the initiative is guided by a national advisory committee with employer representation from across the country.
To learn more about the Driver Connect & Share event, reserve your seat, and to download additional mentorship materials, visit the Trucking HR Canada website at: www.truckinghr.com.

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2 Comments » for Trucking HR Canada to host event designed for female truck drivers
  1. robert allard says:

    Good idea to have woman as trucker they do a good job.

  2. Tanya Duplisea says:

    It’s great what you are trying to do but so many of us dont live anywhere near Toronto. I’ve got 40yrs in so far n just can’t take part. Good luck in ur endeavor’s. I’ll be watching.

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