Raising the profile 

of women in the automotive industry

About Women in Automotive

Women in Automotive (WinA) was established in 1999 by the Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce (VACC). It works to provide a place for women working across the automotive industry to network, feel supported and grow. 

To this day, WinA's priority is to raise the profile of women at all levels and sectors of the industry, along with providing mentoring and scholarship opportunities for women to advance their careers. 


To find out more about Women in Automotive, watch this short video below and visit our Charter.


WinA aims to celebrate, educate and give a voice to the women in our industry. We would be delighted to receive your application to join WinA - membership is free.

WinA is proudly supported by the

Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce (VACC),

who provides resources and secretariat facilities 

to allow WinA to continue its important work. 

Women in Automotive social media

  • LinkedIn
  • Facebook
  • Instagram

Women in Automotive Charter

  1. To raise the profile of women and recognise them as an integral part of the automotive industry

  2. To advocate for, and encourage, reasonable and flexible work arrangements

  3. To assist industry to attract women into their workplaces

  4. To be the voice for all women in the industry

  5. To encourage diversity of women regarding age, ethnicity, race and religion across the industry

  6. To provide open communication, networking and mentoring within the industry

  7. To provide a forum to enhance skills and education, by encouraging tailor-made courses for women within the industry

  8. To provide a forum that recognises the different needs of women within the industry

  9. To provide a forum to open the lines of communication between Members

  10. To enhance the overall image of the automotive industry, and to promote it as an industry open to customers and job seekers, regardless of gender

  11. To provide a forum to encourage, inspire and raise the self-esteem of women and their business partners within the industry

  12. To provide a forum where the concerns of Members can be discussed openly, and to contribute to VACC policy development

  13. To raise awareness in the community of rewarding employment opportunities in the industry.

Women in Automotive Sponsors

WinA is honoured by the strong interest it has received from automotive industry and educational providers, who seek to support our aim to raise the profile of women in the automotive industry.

In particular, WinA would like to thank MTAA Super for being a sponsor since 2018.


MTAA Super is the national super fund for the automotive industry. Since 1989, they've grown to become one of Australia’s largest super funds and now help drive the financial future of professionals from many trades and industries. They have over 240,000 members, $11.2 billion in funds under management, and support over 40,000 employers across Australia. They keep super simple, so you can focus on more important things - like running your business.

If you would to discuss WinA sponsorship opportunities, please complete the Contact form or email and a Team Member will be in touch with you soon.

Women in Automotive is proudly supported by

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