Internet Truckstop Director of Freight Matching and Women In Trucking Chairwoman Leigh Foxall attended the "Champions of Change" initiative at the White House.
This White House program brings "ordinary Americans doing extraordinary things" from different sections of the economy. The transportation industry, more specifically the Women In Trucking founder and president, Ellen Voie, was honored July 31, 2012.
Ellen Voie, founder, president and chief executive officer of Women In Trucking was invited to the White House to honor her for the contribution to the transportation industry. Her mission to "encourage the employment of women in the trucking industry, promote their accomplishments and minimize obstacles faced by women working in the trucking industry" has been very successful.
"It is very exciting to have Ellen recognized for her work. It is evident that Women In Trucking's efforts to bring awareness to the great careers in the transportation industry is being recognized," said Leigh Foxall, Internet Truckstop Director of Freight Matching and Women In Trucking Chairwoman. "It was an honor for both Ellen and members of the board to attend this White House event."
About Internet Truckstop
Founded in 1995, Internet Truckstop was the first online freight matching service. Listening to the transportation industry is the driving force behind all of the innovative business tools that we develop. These easy-to-use tools, the largest freight database and a commitment to our customers makes Internet Truckstop the leader in Internet freight matching.
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