Research shows that millennials are very interested in EVs and as they start hitting their 40s, we may see a surge in new EV purchases – particularly among millennial women.
Oftentimes people only talk about their success and never their failure. For those who are discouraged in your EV journey, this article describes the rejection I’ve experienced in my career and how it has made me stronger.
Struggling where to start in your EV search? Here is a list of my favorite go-to resources.
Without the support and advice I’ve received from my peers and friends in this industry, I wouldn’t have accomplished a fraction of my goals. Learn how to build your EV gal pal network.
Now that all of us former Spice Girls have jobs and families and careers, doesn’t mean we can’t relive our teenage years while zipping around in an EV!
For all the women reading this post, I encourage you to think about advocating for yourself, or for the other women on your team or your peers, to speak at events.
It’s that nagging voice inside of your head that prevents you from making a very expensive and long-lasting decision, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
If you are thinking about going into this field you are on a path to a meaningful and fulfilling career where not only can you help the planet, but you can also potentially earn a decent living.
If you have seen the MSRP of an EV, you may still be recovering from sticker shock, but EV’s have priceless perks you should know about.
I talk to many women who are reluctant to buy an EV because they think they will be tethered to their house and it won’t be able to do everything they need their car to do. That simply isn’t true.