As more EVs hit the roads, many things will need to evolve. How can we take advantage of this transition to have a positive impact on our communities? Here is one idea.
A decade ago, I witnessed the birth of the EV industry alongside 8 other female colleagues in a supportive incubator-type environment. Many of us now work in different parts of the EV industry and I’m convinced we need more!
It is tough to find the silver lining of a terrible pandemic, but we all need to be on our A game to more effectively halt climate change.
Finding an industry cheerleader that ‘gets’ you is arguably as important as your credentials. This blog makes the case for why we should all be “Jennifer’s” for each other.
Providing previously unpublished gender segmented research, this white paper identifies a core constraint for future EV adoption – women. Until we make EVs more appealing to the largest vehicle consumer, we can’t effectively decarbonize transportation.
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.
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.
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.
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.