Automotive Leaders Launch Women of Color Network

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Aug. 28, 2020—Four women from different segments of the automotive industry have launched the Women of Color Automotive Network.

According to Auto Remarketing, the organization hopes to act as a conduit for industry connections, education and resources for women of color looking to grow in the automotive field.

The founders are:

  • Patrice Banks, founder and chief executive officer of the Girls Auto Clinic service repair shop
  • Amanda Gordon, founder and CEO of the Gojo Auto independent car dealership
  • Erikka Wells, a sales and service marketing manager in the retail auto space
  • Kerri Wise, vice president of an automotive online marketplace

At the core of the organization's mission is the drive to bring more diversity to a historically white and male automotive industry.

Image: Women of Color Automotive Network / YouTube

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