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Who are we?

The Women in Transport (WiT) Network is a sector-wide, membership-based organisation open to anyone working in transport with an interest in gender equity and diversity. 

With a view to creating a professional system of support and connections, the Women in Transport Network plays a leading role in coordinating activities on behalf of the transport sector, providing peer support, networking opportunities, professional development, social events, training, communications and external activities such as transport site visits.

Stay tuned to this page for regular updates, including information about upcoming events.  

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What do we do?

The WiT Network is responsible for the following:

  • WiT Network events
  • Outreach programs to secondary schools
  • WiT representation at university open days
  • Professional development and training events for WiT Network members
  • Other sector-wide programs and events as determined by the WiT Steering Committee.

Get involved

The Women in Transport Mentoring Program is now running until October 2022, offering professional development sessions, networking opportunities, training and resources, in addition to ongoing assistance and guidance for mentee-mentor meetings.

We're also proud to offer the Women in Transport Leadership Scholarship Program, supporting women with high potential to rise to senior positions within the industry. 

Interested in a career in transport? Learn more about the current opportunities in this portfolio

Women in Transport profiles

Read all about the women of Rail Projects Victoria in this publication created for International Women's Day.

We're also proud to share profiles of these inspirational women who are driving change in the transport industry.

Click on the photos below to read their stories. 

Maria Mafrici, Ventura Tina Herrera, Metro Trains Jaimee Petersen, Sprayline

Lesley-Anne Thoy, Metro Trains Jess Teal, Metro Trains Arlene Fernandez, Metro Trains

Milliejoy Iberra, Metro Trains Coral Smith, Dysons Group Joanne Neville, Metro Trains

Tonia du Preez, Xtreme Freight Michelle Klein, Ventura