Kenya Women In Logistics & Transport Gala Dinner 08/03/2024 FOUR POINTS, AIRPORT Register Now March is Women’s History Month, and there’s no better time than now to spotlight women in the logistics industry, which is traditionally associated with men. Though women continue to be a minority in this field, they’ve made their mark on the industry throughout history and are gaining greater representation within logistics today. From truck drivers to supply chain management executives, women succeed in various roles across the supply chain and help propel the industry forward. Despite advancements in logistics and gender equity, many women in logistics are powerfully outnumbered at work or trade shows, networking events and educational sessions. In 2022, the Logistics Board (K) began recognizing women in the logistics and transport industry and formed the Kenya Women In Logistics and Transport (KWiLT) Forum to conduct activities for women in the industry. OUR AIM Our main aim is to promote the status of women in Logistics, Transport and supply chain to bring together those who aid the career development of women, and to provide a support network for women in the sector. We have a vision of being the most sought-after organization for the advocacy and empowerment of women in the Logistics and Transport industry. Our work towards this goal is concentrated into four key areas: Leadership, Mentorship, Entrepreneurship and Empowerment. Within these areas, we work to bring change to our industry and the wider economy.