Women of the Road Part 4: The Psychologist

In the last of our series of blogs celebrating exceptional women in a traditionally man’s world, we bring you Dr Lisa Dorn. Lisa is Associate Professor of Driver Behaviour at Cranfield University. She’s responsible for a huge body of research into why we do what we do behind the wheel, and how to change some of our risky behaviours

Women of the Road Part 2: The LGV Driver

In the second of our series of blogs celebrating women who work in the driving industry, we meet Holly Bowers from Staffordshire.

At only 20, Holly became the youngest woman to qualify as a large goods vehicle (LGV) driver. She told us how she got there and what it’s like being a female lorry driver.

Women of the Road Part 1: The Engineer

Today is International Women’s Day* Yay!

To celebrate, we’re giving you the first of four blogs about sistaz with skillz! (Sorry, my daughter is listening to hip-hop in the background as I write.) Driving has traditionally been a male industry, but there are amazing women doing stuff in this field that may surprise you – and will certainly impress you.

Our first Woman of the Road is a civil engineer working for Highways England, Freda Rashdi. We asked her some questions about being a woman in her industry.

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