Great to see CBT recognising Leading Women in Automotive

Great to see CBT recognising Leading Women in Automotive

by womenautomotivesummit March 08, 2019

In a traditionally masculine business, the automotive industry has come a long way in terms of  women in leadership roles, although there’s still a way to go…

It’s great to see CBT recognising the 2019 Leading Women in Automotive.

Nominees include:
Mary Barra – CEO, General Motors
Pamela Fletcher – VP of Global Electric Vehicle Programs at General Motors
Barbara Jean (Barb) Samardzich – COO at Ford Europe (Retired) / Non-Executive Director on the board of Velodyne LiDAR, BRP, Inc., and AB SKF
Jessica Winter Stafford – Senior Vice President and General Manager at Autotrader
Ellenae FairhurstLexus Dealership Owner in Huntsville, Alabama
Louise O’Sullivan – Network Operations Director at Renault
Trudy Hardy – Vice President of Marketing at BMW of North America
Linda Hasenfratz – President, Chairman, and CEO at Linamar Corporation

As well as:
– Alicia Boler-Davis – Senior Vice President of Customer Experience and Global Quality at GM  – Danica Patrick – First Female Race Driver Elena Ford – Vice President at Ford (the first female to hold a role at the company)
– Elizabeth Baron – Technical Specialist in Advanced Visualization and Virtual Reality at Ford – – Jane Russell – Owner of Russell Automotive Center
– Mandy Dean – Marketing Director at Ford of Britain
– Michelle Christensen – Senior Manager for Exterior Design at Faraday Future
– Simona De Silvestro – Placed in 2010 IndyCar Race
– Trista Schieffer – Lead Development Engineer for Battery Powered Vehicles at GM

See the full nominations and award-winners here:

Leading Women In Automotive In 2019