Our very own Jacquelene Brotherton, popular columnist for Big Rigs and PR manager for Australian Truck Radio, has been shortlisted for a major prize at the National Trucking Industry Awards.
The chair of Transport Women Australia Limited joins Chris L’Ecluse (Teletrac Navman) and Jim Hurley (Brown and Hurley) as a finalist for the Outstanding Contribution to the Industry award to be announced on the Sunshine Coast on March 31.
The event is the climax to the annual Trucking Australia conference from March 29-31, run by the Australian Trucking Association.
“We feel so privileged to have nominated Jacquelene for her hard work and dedication to the industry for over 50 years,” said TWAL in its nomination.
“We couldn’t think of a more deserving nominee.”
The full list of finalists are:
Outstanding Contribution to the Industry
– Chris L’Ecluse, Teletrac Navman
– Jacquelene Brotherton, Transport Women Australia Limited
– Jim Hurley, The Brown and Hurley Group
National Trucking Industry Woman of the Year
– Alina Hawkins, Livestock & Rural Transporters Association of Victoria
– Annastasia Denigan, Transport Women Australia Limited
– Melira Lister, QUBE
National Professional Driver of the Year
– Kathryn Mobbs, D.T.C Pty Ltd
– Steve Broadbent, Freestones Transport
National Training Excellence Awards
– CMV Truck & Bus
– Frasers Livestock Transport
TruckSafe John Kelly Memorial Award
– Collins Adelaide
– Jim Pearson Transport
– SeaRoad Logistics Pty Ltd