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Women In Trucking Association announces continued Gold Partnership with Walmart

The Women In Trucking Association (WIT) announced that Walmart has renewed its Gold Level Partnership for the fourteenth year, supporting the nonprofit organization as it attracts more women to the transportation industry and empowers them to be successful.

Since 2009, Walmart has supported WIT at the Gold Level, making them the longest-standing top-level sponsor. In addition to financial support and regularly sponsoring the Driver of the Year program, the company actively participates in the association. Walmart’s Ryan McDaniel, vice president of transportation, serves on the WIT board of directors.

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Ryan McDaniel

“Walmart is proud to renew our partnership with Women in Trucking, a 14-year commitment that reflects our dedication to creating an environment of belonging,” said Ryan McDaniel, vice president, transportation at Walmart. “Together, we aim to drive positive change and ensure a more prosperous future for all that empowers women within the transportation industry at large.”

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Jennifer Hedrick

“Walmart has shown a  long-standing commitment to WIT’s mission, gender diversity and creating opportunities for women across the transporation sector,” said Jennifer Hedrick, WIT president and CEO. “We’re pleased to continue our strong partnership.”

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