Seven scholarships awarded by Women in Trucking

The Women In Trucking (WIT) Foundation awarded seven scholarships so far this year. The scholarship recipients each received $1,000 for their educational training. Several were delivered by the foundation in partnership with Ryder:

Sarah Hany, enrolled at 160 Driving Academy in Peoria, Ill. was one the recipients, garnering the WIT Foundation/Ryder Scholarship for her Class A CDL training.Sarah Hany, enrolled at 160 Driving Academy in Peoria, Ill. was one the recipients, garnering the WIT Foundation/Ryder Scholarship for her Class A CDL training.

Ana Silva Biscaia and Undral Naran — both enrolled at the University of Wisconsin in Superior, Wis — were recipients of the scholarship for transportation and logistics management training.

Connie Bugni, enrolled at Veriha Driving Academy in Marinette, Wis., garnered a scholarship for her Class A CDL training.

Enrolled at Universal Technical Institute in Exton, Pa., Tabitha Edwards received the scholarship for diesel engineering training.Enrolled at Universal Technical Institute in Exton, Pa., Tabitha Edwards received the scholarship for diesel engineering training.

Faye Slye, enrolled at Alexandria Technical & Community College in Alexandria, Minn., received a WIT Foundation scholarship for CDL training.

Robyn Waggoner— enrolled at Florence-Darling Technical in Florence, S.C. — finally, was the recipient of the WIT Foundation/Jan Hamblin Scholarship for Class A CDL training.Robyn Waggoner— enrolled at Florence-Darling Technical in Florence, S.C. — finally, was the recipient of the WIT Foundation/Jan Hamblin Scholarship for Class A CDL training.
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