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S.H.E. Trucking Mentorship
Sharae Moore started the S.H.E. Trucking Facebook Group, and used Mentorship to support and empower a community of women truck drivers.
Breaking Down Barriers
Episode 104: S.H.E. TRUCKING Breaking Down Barriers with Sharae Moore-Brand Outcomes
The trucking industry is being shaken up by the powerhouse Sharae Moore, Founder and owner of S.H.E.TRUCKING. Share is all about empowering women in trucking and her chat with Chad provides a view of trucking from a whole other perspective.
Nebraska Trucker Issue
Nebraska Trucker Issue 4 2019 Featuring Women in Nebraska Trucking
The official Magazine of the Nebraska Trucking Association highlighs Kenyette Godhigh-Bell she quotes “I think there’s alot of room for ladies out here.”
Here’s How This Female Truck Driver Is Providing A Platform For Women In The Trucking Industry
How S.H.E. Trucking is changing what it means to be a female truck driver
National Trucking Magazine
Sharae Moore…BEAUTIFUL RISING STAR
This Legend driver’s hard work and commitment to fulfilling her childhood dream has inspired others to also…
Truck drivers needed, driver encourages more women to apply
Sharae Moore has driven trucks across the country for almost five years. She says she loves the industry and wants to do more for women in trucking.
Sisterhood Helping Empowerment In Trucking Hosts Big Rig Kids Thursday And Friday
Sisterhood Helping Empowerment in Trucking will host its first annual The Big Rig Kids, with Grandma Polly, on…
Upcoming event aims to help women explore trucking industry
A new local company is working to help women explore the trucking industry with an upcoming event. Trucking apparel company…
Edge Business Magazine
Shifting roles: From CNA to CDL, Chattanooga woman paves the way for female truck drivers
Sharae Moore, right, helps Makayla Craddock down from her semitruck at Brainerd United Methodist Church on Friday, July 20, 2018, in Chattanooga, Tenn. Two women semitruck drivers with Sese Logistics and LTI trucking brought their vehicles for children at the Girls Inc. summer camp to visit as part of the duo’s outreach to inspire more girls to consider careers in trucking.