WTS International

Building the Future of Transportation through the Global Advancement of Women.

2018 Annaul Conference


WTS provides unprecedented access to the highest levels of the transportation industry (in fact, many WTS members are top leaders in the industry).


Transportation YOU

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.

Executive Leaders Membership

WTS Champions Women Business Owners.

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Scholarship, Education, and Research.

Scholarship, Education, and Research.

The WTS Foundation for the attraction, retention, and advancement of women in transportation has awarded more than $1 million in scholarships.

Student Chaper

WTS Student Chapters at Universities


WTS International

WTS is an international organization dedicated to building the future of transportation through the global advancement of women. With over 6,500 members, including both women and men, WTS is turning the glass ceiling into a career portal through its professional programs, networking opportunities, and unparalleled access to industry and government leaders.

Chapters Worldwide:

Transportation YOU

Transportation YOU

A joint initiative with the Dept. of Transportation. Learn More »

Membership Benefits


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Allie Kelly to Address Transportation Leaders at the WTS Annual Conference

Ms. Kelly’s address is one of the many highlights of the Annual Conference, the premier multi-modal event of the year.
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WTS International Starts the Year at the Annual 2019 Winter Reception

WTS International held its annual Winter Reception in conjunction with the TRB Annual Meeting. Attendees networked, heard from speakers, and discussed...
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Katty Kay Set to Inspire WTS

WTS International confirms Katty Kay as the keynote speaker for the 2019 annual conference.​
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Board Spotlight is on Bridgette Beato

Bridgette Beato, CEO of Lumenor Consulting Group, is serving her first term as a Director on the WTSI Board...
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Past WTS Scholarship Recipient Kim Kinnison

Kim Kinnison is a past WTS Scholarship winner, active member, and leader for WTS. Kim’s journey is fascinating. Read all about it here...
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Past WTS Scholarship Recipient Britton Hammit

Britton Hammit's story is testament to the value of WTS programs.
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Board Spotlight Danielle Smith

Danielle Smith, PE. is the Transportation Operation Manager at Michael Baker International in the Lakewood, Colorado office. She has been a valued member...
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2018 WTS Conference SUCCESS

The 2018 WTS Annual Conference held in San Diego, CA, in May was another completely sold out WTS event and received outstanding reviews! The conference...
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Upcoming Events



Digital Campaign 2019!

In honor of National Women’s History, WTS Greater New York is rolling out its first digital campaign! The theme is “Visionary Women: Champions of Transportation”. Members are encouraged to record a 30-second video clip of themselves.
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February 2019 Survey

WTS Greater New York Chapter is conducting a series of surveys to give us insight into how we can better serve our members and the transportation industry as an organization. This is the second survey of the series on behalf of the Young Professionals Committee. All responses are optional and anonymous. Everyone who completes the survey by February 28 will have a chance to enter to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card. Your contact information will be kept separate from your survey responses.
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2019 NJ Winter Networking & Professional Development Event

You have a social media profile, but now what? Are you using social media to build your professional presence and enhance your career? Join us to find out how to like, follow back, comment, post, and hashtag your way to building your professional network! We'll also explore some 'Do's and Don'ts' of professional networking using social media. Hors d'oeuvres will be served and a cash bar will be available. The first 20 attendees will receive a free drink coupon.
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Greater D/FW Chapter: 2019 February Program

Speakers: Rebekah Hernandez with NCTCOG and Holly Reed with Texas Central Moderator: Brittney Farr with DART
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February Luncheon - Atlas-14: Beyond the Mapping

Austin leaders are proposing a major change to City Code due to recent storms and severe flooding. The proposed City Code changes would increase floodplains, which means more property owners and businesses would be subject to new restrictions if they want to develop, expand, remodel, or improve their properties. Join us in a discussion about Atlas 14, a rainfall study conducted by the National Weather Service, and its impacts to the transportation and development community.
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