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The San Francisco Bay Area Chapter has created an innovative Women’s Leadership Program. Applications are due Friday, September 2, 2016.
WTS SF releases report “Women in the San Francisco Bay Area Transportation Industry: The Second of a Longitudinal Study for Benchmarking of Women in Leadership Roles”.
WTS provides unprecedented access to the highest levels of the transportation industry (in fact, many WTS members are top leaders in the industry).
WTS emphasizes professional development programs that tap the abilities of our most experienced, highly placed members.
WTS chapters offer programs and activities to young girls that will spark their interest in all modes of transportation and encourage them to take courses in the STEM fields.
WTS members are poised to create professional alliances that will further their career paths.
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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 -
The 2016 Award nomination period closed on Thursday January 19, 2017. The Awards Chair and Award Committee would to thank all those who submitted nominations.
The Chapter awards will be presented at the Chapter's Annual Event on June 7, 2017.
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Monday, February 6, 2017 -
The SF chapter is offering a leadership training program for senior-level executives to help them reach the next step in their careers. The program will tailor development in key areas of each participant's career within her respective organization, as well as leadership across the political environment.
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Tuesday, March 8, 2016 -
The most remarkable finding from the 2015 survey (comprised of 2014 data from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) is the overall trend in companies reporting a higher percentage of female employees in managerial positions. In previous years, the mode (the most frequent value reported by the companies) for percentage of female employees in managerial positions was less than 10%. In 2014, mode was 20-29%, indicating a healthy advancement of women to managerial positions.
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Careers with Peers is an event series in which young transportation professionals can discuss issues they face early in their careers with their peers and one-two speakers who have five-10 years of work experience.
Join us in April for a lively discussion of Sheryl Sanberg's Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead.