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Discover how to succeed in the automotive industry at free event

A panel of experts will be sharing their views on how to succeed in the automotive industry at the next Women at the Wheel event this Thursday (March 8).

The event, which takes places at the British Motor Museum, Warwickshire from 5pm-8pm, coincides with International Women’s Day and is open to members of Deloitte’s Women at the Wheel networking group, which aims to get more women into leadership positions in the UK automotive industry.

The panel will be made up of:

  • Pia Wilkes (pictured), CEO at the Vehicle Certification Agency (VCA). Wilkes is a qualified automotive engineer and has held a number of senior positions in both the private and public sectors and across a range of functions, including engineering, technical sales and business development.
  • Orla Murphy, black belt quality engineer at Jaguar Land Rover. Murphy was the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Young Woman Engineer of the Year in 2015 and the Royal Academy of Engineering Young Engineer of the Year in 2016.
  • Kat Hutchings, a career performance coach. Hutchings works with driven, successful professionals to transform their careers. She is also head of leadership coaching for the London and South East at NatWest, Commercial and Private Banking.
  • A surprise guest.

Find out more about Women at the Wheel and register for the group (membership is free) and Thursday’s event here. Men are also welcome to attend the March 8 event. 



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