Current chief administrator for the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission is the White House pick to lead FMCSA.
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Sturgis likes to show women that driving a truck can be a fun and profitable career.
Smerchek’s goal is to attract more millennials, including women, to the company.
Before DTNA, Schaefer had high-ranking positions with Boeing and several other companies.
Robertson and her husband began their trucking business in 2001 with three trucks.
Rihm had a 15-year career in marketing before becoming a stay-at-home mom.
Pate’s father was an attorney, and she followed in his footsteps, practicing for six years.
During her 12 years at Peterbilt, Luke helped pioneer the company’s Women’s Initiative Network.
Born in Latvia, Glasman would eventually serve as a lieutenant in the Israeli Defense Force.