Nashville, Tenn., February 5, 2017 – The Southern Automotive Women’s Forum (SAWF) elected Amy Moffatt to serve as President for 2017 during their Annual Retreat in early February. Amy has been involved with SAWF since 2014 and shares a passion for supporting fellow females in the Automotive industry and showing the next generation of how rewarding a STEM education and career can be.
Amy Moffatt believes that membership and involvement in the Southern Automotive Women’s Forum is important because of what the group offers and how it can influence fellow females into STEM related education and careers. The SAWF is dedicated to educating others about the qualities and benefits that women can bring to an organization or male dominated careers.
“SAWF provides an incredible network of like-minded females who work in an industry where females are severely underrepresented. The SAWF provides support to one another and a shared sense of responsibility for improvement for the generations who follow,” Amy states. “When you see other females like yourself who have made it in automotive industry, it makes you feel more confident. By becoming a member of SAWF, I am committed to being available as a mentor to younger females and to doing my best in furthering the mission of SAWF.”
Amy Moffatt is a Senior Manager in the Operations Management Development Division of Toyota Motor North America with responsibility for the strategic deployment of Toyota Production Systems. She was previously a Manufacturing Manager at the West Virginia Powertrain facility. Prior to her career at Toyota, Amy worked as an Engineer for Monsanto, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co, and as Plant Manager of TWFitting and Danahaer.
As a graduate of the University of Alabama in Electrical Engineering, Amy later earned a Master of Science in Engineering and Technology from Oklahoma State University. Aside from serving the SAWF board and her dedicated career in the Automotive Industry, Amy is a full-time mother and wife to her daughter, son and husband. In her free time, she travels with her family and is highly involved in her local community through her church and children’s schools.