Melanie Batenchuk to speak at Women in Automotive Conference

Melanie Batenchuk to speak at Women in Automotive Conference

The second annual Women in Automotive Conference kicks off in Orlando, Fl. on June 26, 2016. This year, Melanie Batenchuk, founder and publisher of Be Car Chic, will join a long list of esteemed presenters at the event.

Melanie Headshot 2016Speaking on the topic of how to communicate effectively with men in the workplace, Melanie’s 45-minute session will aim to break communication barriers for women working in a male-dominated industry.

With a degree in Interpersonal and Organizational Communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Melanie has always been passionate about how people interact within the workplace — whether that’s between manager and subordinate, colleagues, or acquaintances.

“Just as I strive to dispel the fear of walking onto a dealership lot as a female customer, I want to encourage women to be confident in their interactions with men in the workplace,” said Melanie. “We may be wired differently, but there’s no reason we can’t find ways to communicate clearly and effectively with one another.”

The widely attended Women in Automotive Conference will be held from June 26-28 in Orlando, Fl. and will include seminars, workshops and keynote presentations. Speakers include leaders from the automotive industry and beyond. Early-bird registration runs through Monday, May 31, saving attendees $200.

If you cannot attend but would like to follow the conversations being had, follow Women in Automotive Conference on Twitter as well as the event hashtag #WomenInAuto16.

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Melanie Batenchuk founded Be Car Chic in 2009 as a way to help consumers make smart decisions when buying and selling their cars. Her prior work at the dealership, trade association and manufacturer levels has provided her a deep understanding of the complex facets within the auto industry, making her a leading woman in her field.