Nominate a distinguished woman in logistics

The deadline is approaching for nominations for the 2016 Women In Trucking “Distinguished Woman in Logistics” award (DWLA), which recognizes the achievements and leadership of outstanding individuals involved in the practice of logistics in North America.

Anyone may nominate a candidate by downloading, completing, and submitting the nomination form at by December 31, 2015.

Co-sponsored by TMW Systems and, the DWLA program is open to high-performing women in any field related to logistics, including warehousing, traffic and shipping, supply chain management, third-party logistics, trucking, rail, and maritime cargo. The recipient of the inaugural DWLA, presented earlier in 2015, was Kristy Knichel, president of Knichel Logistics, Gibsonia PA.

“The vast and growing practice of logistics represents one of the transportation industry’s most rewarding career opportunities, yet recent studies have shown that women hold fewer than one in four of these jobs,” said Monica Truelsch, director of marketing for TMW Systems. “This award program highlights the very talented and accomplished women who are making important contributions to the field. By recognizing their success, we hope to attract hundreds of additional women to our industry.”

The winner of the 2016 DWLA will be announced during the Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) “Capital Ideas” Conference and Exhibition, set for April 6-9, 2016, in San Antonio TX.

Members of the DWLA judging panel are: Adrian Gonzalez, president, Adelante SCM; Kate Miller, president, Blue Edge Marketing Ltd; Diane A Mollenkopf, PhD, McCormick associate professor of logistics and director, PhD program in supply chain management, University of Tennessee; Fred Moody, editor and publisher, Logistics Quarterly; and Ellen Voie.

For more details regarding the nomination process, send an email to [email protected] or call 920-737-9490.

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