Top 100 female car bloggers who rock the automobile world
If you are looking for an idea about women’s influence in the automobile industry, then you are in the right place. Here is the list of top 100 female car bloggers who rock this male dominated world.
It is a fact that women are underserved and underrepresented in the automobile industry yet they make up the most important market segment.
62% of new car purchases in the US in 2017 were made by women and women influence more than 80% of household car purchases.
Service to women in the automobile industry is characterized by discrimination, sexualism and even exploitation!
For the ladies, whether you are a budding mechanic, prospective car owner or you want to get into the automobile business, following these women will encourage you to go for it, learn the ropes and exceed your dreams.
For their male counterparts, an empowered woman will lead to increased sales as she will not fear to make purchase decisions or visiting your auto clinic.
As you can agree, the list of female car bloggers and geeks worth their salt is growing by the day. But we did a vigorous task of separating the wheat from the chaff and present you with the best there is.
Without further discussion, here’s our list of Top 100 female car bloggers who rock the automobile world.
Top 100 female car bloggers
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1. Patrice Banks
Passionate about equality and women empowerment in STEM, Patrice is pushing for women inclusion and recognition in the auto industry through her movement #sheCANic. She is also the founder of the girl’s blog Girls Auto Clinic.
Follow her on Twitter @girlsautoclinic.
2. Kristin Cline
Kristin fell in love with fixing classic cars after buying a 1955 Studebaker Champion, but she quickly felt lonely in the trade-there were no other women. This spurred her to start Grease Girl in order to try and rope in girls into the industry. She also writes for other fine sites such as MyRideisMe, Driving Line and GasolineGirls.com. Follow her on Twitter @grease_girl
3. Dara Kerr
Dara is a CNET staff reporter mostly interested in on-demand economy and technology such as Uber and Lyft. Articles include Here’s how your Uber is learning to drive and Uber says it will no longer track you once the ride ends.
Follow her on Twitter @darakerr
4. Amy Haywood
Amy loves life for what it is and is passionate about relationships, health and wellness. Her diverse articles are written with passionate and love, as she says, in order to build relationships with and improve the lives of her readers. Find her at Zipcar and Amy Christine. Follow her on Instagram @amy.haywood
5. Jody Standridge (& The Standridge Sisters)
Each with more than 15 years’ experience and due diligence, the Standridge sisters have maintained and grown their dad’s heritage Standridge Auto Parts to incredible heights and have shown that it can be a girl’s thing. Find their awesome articles on their blog or follow them on Twitter @StandridgeAuto
6. Corinne Iozzio
Corinne is a Managing Editor of Popular Science, where she tests and reviews the latest tech gadgets. Her articles include New study: Humans may falter when taking control of self-driving cars.
Follow her on Twitter @CorinneIOZO
7. Annie White
Annie is an Assistant Buyer’s Guide Editor at Car and Driver, a monthly automobile magazine. Though she is not car technician by profession, Annie has broad experience in writing, research and data analysis, which enables her to do very complex reviews of the latest releases from the major car brands such as Mercedes.
Follow Car and Driver on Twitter @CARandDRIVER
8. Alisa Priddle
Alisa is a Detroit based editor of Motor Trend and has served similar roles at such diverse companies as Detroit News, Detroit Free Press, Car & Driver, Wards, and Sault Star.
Follow her on Twitter @alisapriddle
9. Elisa Artioli
Elisa is the granddaughter of Romano Artioli. Romano was at one-time the owner of Bugatti and Lotus and he named the Lotus Elise after her granddaughter. This association and the family history inspired her to start blogging about Bugatti and Lotus brands.
Follow her on Instagram @iamlotuselise
10. Kelly Pleskot
Kelly had to learn about cars the hard way but her avid reading and superb writing skills have helped her study of anything about cars, from the types of fuels, self-driving cars, eco-friendly cars and much more. She blogs at Motor Trend because this is the best way she can share these ideas with you.
Follow her on Twitter @misspleskot
11. Kelsey Josund
Kelsey, a student taking Master’s Degree in Computer Science at Stanford University, is the team lead of the Stanford Solar Car Project an entirely student-run, not-for-profit initiative to promote environmentally sustainable technology. She contributes to the team her embedded code and telemetry knowledge, team coordination and financial management. She is an avid writer and she has done most of the articles that you will find on their blog.
Follow her on Twitter @KelseyJosund or @SUSolarCar
12. Dr. Linda Siperstein (Dr. Sip) and Melissa McCue-McGrath
Dr. Sip Siperstein, a veterinarian at the Berkeley Dog and Cat Hospital in Berkeley, has been obsessed with animals since childhood and thus she would still do veterinary if she were to start over again.
Melissa is a certified dog trainer and has written the book, “Considerations for the City Dog,” a resource book for urban dog owners.
These two great minds are more interested in human-animal interaction especially in urban life which largely alludes to motoring, and that’s the reason for their contribution to Car Talk blog.
Follow them on Twitter @muttstuff or @CityDogBook
13. Tara Weingarten
Tara’s blog, Vroom Girls is an award winning automotive website targeting primarily female motorists. Tara is an internationally recognized and seasoned automotive journalist and besides Vroom Girls, her content appears in other top rated publications such as the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Esquire, and many others.
Follow her on Twitter @VroomGirls
14. Kieran Lindsey
Kieran’s interest and specialization is at the nexus of wildlife and motoring in a rapidly urbanizing world, specifically how to adapt motoring to wildlife and not the other way round. She blogs at Car Talk blog.
Follow her on Twitter @sidewalkzendo
15. Jay Ramey
Ramey is highly experienced in the automotive world and has made a career out of it as the Associate Editor of Autoweek.
Follow her on Twitter @AWJayRamey
16. Lyn Woodward
Lyn is a Los Angeles based automotive journalist and screenwriter. She contributes at AutomobileMag.com and Motor1.com where she provides all kinds of automotive content and news targeting new and used car buyers as wells as car enthusiasts.
Follow Automobile Mag on Twitter @automobilemag
17. Ling Valentine
Ling has defied serious odds such as being a Chinese immigrant in the UK, being a woman in the automobile and taking it head-on the big names in the industry to establish a successful car leasing and buying business in the UK that moved over £85,000,000 worth of new car sales in 2015 alone. Her website is LingCars.com.
Follow her on Twitter @LINGsCAR
18. Monique Hutson
Hutson exploits her expertise is news-writing to research and give you the latest news, tips and ideas regarding motoring, especially in Toronto and Canada. She writes for Kanetix.ca/blog.
Follow her on Twitter @kanetix
19. Jennifer Geiger
Jennifer, a certified child-safety seat installation technician is an avid car news reviewer Cars.com where she is the Assistant Managing Editor-News. She is flexibly multi skilled and a former colleague compliments her thus “…her attention to detail, business savvy, and ability to manage enormous efforts serve us well”.
Follow Cars.com on Twitter @carsdotcom
20. Mandy Turner
Mandy Turner is a road tester and podcast host at CarAdvice.com.au, Australia’s largest independent review site for new cars.
Follow her on Twitter @MandyTurnerCA
21. Tegan Lawson
Tegan Lawson is a Lifestyle Editor at CarAdvice.com.au, Australia’s largest independent review site for new cars. Armed with a passion for motorsports and multiplatform media experience, she produces in-depth interviews and reviews that help readers make the best choice when buying a car.
Follow her on Twitter @TeganLawson
22. Lesley Wimbush
Lesley fell in love with cars as a child and her life has revolved around writing about cars stuff at Driving.ca.
Follow her on Twitter @LeadfootLesley
23. Dana Henry
Dana has channeled her wide experience in print and online publication to emerging technology and innovations and her content at Traffic Safety Store is excellent.
Follow Traffic Safety Store on Twitter @TrafSafetyStore
24. Jody DeVere
Jody grew up around cars thanks to her engineer dad and the automotive industry has been her passion ever since. She had for long been disturbed by the dearth of women in this industry and she therefore started Ask Patty as part of her effort to mentor and encourage women to take up their rightful share.
Follow her on Twitter @askpatty
25. Debbie Mountford
Debbie is in to anything car related, including funding, management reviews and she excels at all. She writes Motor Mistress, a company that provides content writing and digital marketing solutions to automotive sites such as Cap Hpi and Car4Leasing. Her articles include Men buy cars from Mars, Women buy them from Venus, Top 5 Car Buyer Personalities, Car leasing and buying – 10 tricks to watch out for (first five)
Follow her on Twitter @MotorMistress
26. Kim Orlando
Family travel accrues rich and unforgettable family experiences and yet all organizational work revolves around the mom. Kim founded TravelingMom.com to share experiences of picking destination spots, planning and all the what, where, who, when and how of family travel. She also founded TravelingDad.com and co-blogs at She Buys Cars with Scott Reiss
Follow her on Twitter @travelingmoms
27. Carolyn Fortuna
Carolyn Fortuna, PhD, a native of Stafford Springs, CT, is a digital literacy and learning expert with special interests in environmental sustainability, sports culture, and English education. From Stafford Springs came her love for Formula One and she draws upon her professional skills to blog about sustainable car technologies such as electric vehicles. She writes for several blogs including Gas2.org and Cleantechnica. Her personal blog is IDigItMedia.com
Follow her on Twitter @c4tuna31
28. Kathy Buckworth
Kathy’s profile is that of a super achiever. Award winning writing, public speaking and TV personality while raising four kids is just part of her portfolio. Enjoy her articles at Autofocus.ca or her personal blog Kathybuckworth.com.
Follow her on Twitter @KathyBuckworth
29. Scotty Reiss
Women influence the purchase of almost all the cars, where it’s their own or the family car and Scotty’s brainchild She Buys Cars is an initiative for women to share their experiences of car purchase and ownership. She also writes for TravelingMom.com.
Follow her on Twitter @SheBuysCars
30. Karen Smith
Karen is interested in the evolution of autonomous cars and she blogs at Connected Cars World Blog. Articles include A Quick Guide to The Evolution of Autonomous Cars Through the Years.
Follow KNect365 on Twitter @KNect365_TMT
31. Sara Näse
Sara was born in Finland but has spent years in other countries so beautiful that she fell in love with road travelling. She shares her experiences at GETPALMD in order to inspire others to embrace adventure.
Follow her on Twitter @getpalmd
32. Nabanita Singha Roy
Nabanita’s experience in auto blogging is almost clocking a decade and her avid editing ensures that no automobile news is missed. Meet her at the Rush Lane.
Follow her on Twitter @NabanitaSRoy
33. Katie Kapro
Katie Kapro (aka La Kapro) got the love for cars from her dad and though she is never good at tinkering with them, she is fascinated by and excels at writing about the world of automobiles.
She writes for automoblog.net and articles include The Evolution of Automotives: Part 3: Technological Advancement, The Evolution of Automotives: Part 1: Creative Engineering
Follow her on Twitter @kapro101
Lydia is a motoring enthusiast and she keeps her readers up to date in this realm, such as the best brands, how-to, money saving tips and much more. She blogs at Tyreright
35. Anne Fleming
Anne is a Car Buying Advocate and founder women-drivers.com. Everything has two sides, a male and female perspective, and the female perspective has for long been neglected in the automobile industry yet they make up an equally important market. Women-Drivers is Anne’s initiative to advocate for recognition of women needs by car dealers.
Follow her on Twitter @womendrivers
36. Sarah Marsh-Collings
Based in Buckingham, England, Sarah is a content creator and social media dabbler and she to have channeled these skills to car care and detailing, if her blogging is anything to go by. You can read her detailed car care and detailing guides at TheUltimateFinish.uk blog.
Follow her on Twitter @smarshcollings or @mybabelmonkey
37. Lauren Fix
For Lauren, automobile stuff is her second nature and she has made immeasurable contribution to this industry. From road racing, TV talk shows and publishing, she has done it all. Her blog is laurenfix.com.
Follow her on Twitter @laurenfix
38. Paula aka “Pepper Girl”
Since her husband introduced her to Porsche, Paula fell hard in love with this brand and she makes a living working hard as the Editor-in-Chief of FLATSIXES.com, a blog about the Porsche brand of cars.
Follow Flatsixes on Twitter @FlatSixes
39. Esperanza Poquiz
Her name in Spanish means “hope” and she truly hopes women will find a footing and recognition for their contribution to the automotive industry. She writes at Tidewatertechtrades.edu to promote female involvement in the technical industry. Articles include Three Ladies Who Switched Gears in the Auto Industry, Get into Gear: Career Opportunities for Automotive Technicians.
Follow Tidewatertrades.edu on Twitter @TidewaterTech
40. Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield
Nikki is the Editor-in-Chief and Founder Transport Evolved. A master of multiple professions, Nikki writes to advocate for the green economy and to walk the talk, she has owned nothing short of an electric car for more than a decade.
Follow her Twitter @aminorjourney
41. Kate Walton-Elliott
Kate, Contributing Editor at Transport Evolved is an avid multitasker and passionate geek, initially skeptical but now a rabid advocate of electric cars. Her other blog is Mostly lemon based
Follow her on Twitter @pyoor
42. Sara Maghty
Sara develops car fuel economy guides at Autophare.com, a French all car news and guide blog.
Follow Autophare on Twitter @Autophare
43. Emily Birling
Is a UK based writer and editor who writes environmental and motoring topics, among others, passionate about promoting sustainable choices. She writes for Cleanfleetreport.com and Crownexecutivecars.uk
Follow Cleanfleetreport on Twitter @cleanfleet
44. Emily Edwards, PhD
Emily is the Managing Editor of YourMechanic, a company started in 2012 to fill the void in the chaotic, frustrating yet expensive car repair and maintenance industry. A PhD graduate with a dozen books to boot, her interest is to see YourMechanic expand to all corners of the nation.
Follow on YourMechanic Twitter @yourmechanic
45. Katharine Morgan
Katharine Morgan graduated from the University of Oxford in 2016 with a B.A. in Classics and it is incredible that she has exceled so fast in blogging about cars. But she is an expert in creative writing and that must be one of her strengths. She is a contributor to both The Car Expert UKand The Van Expert as well as their social media account manager.
Follow The Car Expert on Twitter @TheCarExpertUK
46. Caroline Ecklin
Caroline’s blog is ChicMoto! where she strives to demystify the motoring world to women in order to boost their confidence and encourage them to take on the men.
Follow her on Twitter @chicmotocom or @CEcklin
47. Petrina Gentile
Petrina’s world revolves around cars and she is an award-winning journalist in this field. She writes for The Globe and Mail, autotrader.ca, Canadian Autodealer, appears in various Canadian TV shows and has published books such as “Big Trucks, Big Wheels,” and “Dirt Movers.”
Follow her in Twitter @PetrinaGentile
48. Rachael Everly
Rachael is on one hand a business and finance enthusiast and on the other a passionate blogger in the fashion and lifestyle industries. She is contributor at British American Auto Care blog, a company that provides auto service and repair in Columbia, MD.
Follow her on Twitter @RachaelEverly
49. Jessy Asmus
Jessy is an avid writer and editor and works as a photo editor and illustrator for Süddeutsche Zeitung, a German Newspaper. Her articles also appear at Car Type, a website that features news, reviews, and just about anything related to cars.
Follow her on Instagram @jessyasmus
50. Pamela Induni
Pamela, the co-founder of Classic Automotive Innovations, has a technical background but she fell in love with classic cars while dating her husband. The couple is involved in various initiatives to encourage girls and the youth in general to take in careers in STEM, particularly automotive.
Follow her on Twitter @PamInduni
51. Geraldine Herbert
Geraldine is highly exposed in the automotive industry and she serves as a Contributing Editor and Motoring Columnist for the Sunday Independent, Ireland, editor for Wheels for Women and contribution to multimedia platforms.
Follow her on Twitter @GerHerbert1
52. Lorraine Sommerfeld
Lorraine is a Canadian based blogger, columnist and TV show host, mostly centered around automobiles. The love of spending time with her dad made her grow around cars being fixed and she combines her witty play of words with this experience to develop award winning automobile content. Her blog is Lorraine Online
Follow her on Twitter @TweeetLorraine
53. Melanie Batenchuk
Melanie is the Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Be Car Chic. Her love for cars started the tender age of 10 and it led her to work in various facets of the auto industry, such as dealership, manufacturing and trade association (she served as a two term president of Washington Automotive Press Association (WAPA) . In 2009, she decided to combine this experience and her passion for writing and start the blog Be Car Chic where she would share automobile news and advice from her perspective. Follow her on Twitter @CarChickMWB
54. Chelsea Sexton
Chelsea is a seasoned motor geek hugely fascinated by and concerned by the low uptake of electric cars. She has been an advisor to several automobile companies and her work has been quoted across multimedia platforms. She blogs at evchels
Follow her on Twitter @evchels
55. Fatima Taseer
Fatima, a graduate of Journalism and English Literature, channeled her passion and expertise in writing to the automotive world and her work is impressive, though it’s been sometime since she wrote. She writes for Today Auto News
Follow Today Auto News on Twitter @TodaysAutoNews
56. Jean Jennings
Jean Jennings has more than 30 years of experience with cars and with this she has written award winning feature articles as an editor of the automotive blog JeanKnowsCars.com and as a former president and editor of the Automobile magazine.
Follow her on Twitter @JeanKnowsCars
57. Amelia Dalgaard
A friend urged Amelia Dalgaard (aka Motorhead Mama) to change her obsession with car photos/captions into writing and since 2011 she hasn’t looked back. She always produces authentic content which has seen her blog Motorhead Mama attract tens of thousands of followers on social media. It just shows if mummy can do it why not you?
Follow her on Twitter @MotorHeadMama
58. Jil McIntosh
Jil never grew around cars but she has written about cars for more than three decades so much so that it has become second nature. Her invaluable content gets published on National Post, Autofocus.ca, Automotive News Canada, to mention but a few. Her blog is WomanOnWheels.ca.
Follow her on Twitter @JilMcIntosh
59. Khadija Arshad
Khadija is a prolific and versatile freelance writer with a 4-year wealth of experience writing in the field of cars. She writes for Autos Reign and her articles include Happy Car Buying Experience for the Common Man, Nissan’s Continuously Variable Transmissions
Follow Autos Reign on Twitter @AutosReign
60. Suzanne Kane
Suzanne has been an automotive writer for more than 30 years and her automotive roots go back through her family for several decades. She now covers the trending consumer, product news and other automobile related info for iSeeCars.
Follow her on Google+
61. Elena Luchian
MercedesBlog.com is a blog about the all-time popular Mercedes-Benz products and lifestyle and Elena is the perfect match for this niche. She has been around a Merc since she was eight and her journalism skills are being put into a superb use-writing about what she loves.
Follow her on Twitter @ElenaRoteanu
62. Megan Minard
Megan is an English literature graduate but she’s fast learning auto blogging and her content shows she will soon be a force to reckon with. She writes for Motor Verso and her articles include Mercedes AMG Concept – The New Super Sporty, McLaren Sports Series Set For Second Season Of Safety Hybrid.
Follow Motor Verso on Twitter @MotorVerso
63. Christa C. Hogan
Christa is a freelance writer and editor and for this she excels at anything on wheels, non-fiction, fantasy, among other interests. She writes for Advance Auto Parts.
Follow her on Twitter @christachogan
64. Juliet Potter
Juliet is the pioneer in the pack of female car bloggers, having launched autochic.com.au as the world’s first female-only car website back in 2000. She has fought for women’s involvement and respect in this industry and has seen the industry grow from zero to where it is now. Her other sites include GirlPR and Mother Driven.
Follow her on Twitter @AutoChic
65. Wendy Feliu
As the co-owner and author at Auto SuperShield, Wendy’s business is mainly car shield and paint protection and readers and customers alike do benefit immensely from her expertise. Her best articles include How to choose a new color for your car, Pro and Cons of Tinted Car Windows, among many others.
Follow on Auto SuperShield Twitter @AutoSuperShield
66. Shelia Dunn
Shelia is the Communications Director, National Motorists Association. Besides writing about motoring, she is interested in constitutional rights, entrepreneurship and volunteering. She loves reading and photography which helps her blogging.
Follow her on Twitter @Shelia_Dunn
67. Shilpa Chopra
The Indian automobile scene is still largely a man’s world but Shilpa has been able to find her way and command respect. She keeps on the front seat when it comes to the latest in two-wheelers and four-wheelers. She writes for India Car News.
Find her on Twitter @choprashilpa83
68. Emme Hall
Emme is a racing enthusiast more so interested in adrenaline packed desert races and following her keeps you up to date on things motoring and racing, some of which she has participated herself. She is a co-owner and writer Mega Monkey Motorsports™ .
Follow Mega Monkey Motorsports™ on Twitter @MMMotorsports
69. Hilary Green
Hillary Green’s experience in the automobile industry is clocking 3 decades and Car for Girls is her initiative to keep women abreast of all the nitty-gritty in the automotive industry.
Follow her on Twitter @CarsForGirls
70. Lauren McCarthy
Lauren, through her blog Lauren Wants to Know, intends to change women’s attitude towards cars and proving that car ownership can be fun and not always excruciating.
Follow her on Twitter @laurenwnts2no
71. Linda Gray
Linda is an Engineer by profession and both her and her husband Mike started interacting with cars in their childhood. Their blog is named blog.autoupkeep and they have published an auto upkeep e-book that has sold over 100,000 copies.
Follow her on Twitter @AutoUpkeep
72. Cindy Buccieri
An avid tech savvy and multitasker, Cindy’s desire is to help others understand technology through easy to understand articles. She writes for Idaho Falls Auto and Diesel Repair
73. Eme Dichoso
Eme is an author at Exotic Car List. She’s deeply exposed to all the major foreign luxury car brands such as Audi, Ferrari, Aston Martin, BMW, Bugatti, name them, and her reviews of their latest releases is very detailed.
Follow on Exotic Car List Twitter @ExoticCarList
74. Sally Dominguez
Sally is a multi-award winning innovation genius best known for her disruptive innovation and design thinking framework ADVENTUROUS THINKING. A go-getter who is never comfortable treading along familiar paths, she also reviews cars for Drive.com.au, Fairfax media, Wheels magazine, among others.
Follow her on Twitter @SallydeMinx
75. Steph Savill
An alpha woman befits Steph’s personality: she is troubled by the dearth of women in the motor industry and she won’t rest until their voice is heard. She is the founder FOXY Lady Drivers Blog.
Follow her on Twitter @foxysteph
76. Elayne Kling
Elayne operated an auto repair shop out of Manhattan for 25 years and always feels that women are discriminated and exploited in this industry. She therefore shares her knowledge to help them cope, whether they are customers or service providers. Her blog is Don’t Get Wrenched.
77. Caroline Kidd
Caroline has loved everything about cars since childhood and she started Changinglanes.ie in 2014 to share this love with her readers. Her passionate articles do not betray this fact.
Follow her on Twitter @caroline_kidd
78. Stephanie Brinley
Ms. Stephanie Brinley is a Senior Analyst at IHS Automotive, covering North and South America. With more than 2 decades of automobile industry experience, Stephanie covers news, events, interviews, product research and reviews, and industry trend analysis.
Follow her on Twitter @SBrinley
79. Karen Johnston
Karen has been in the automotive business since the inception of All About Automotive in the year 2000. Though she didn’t have a technical background, she has over time learnt all about cars and she combines this with her retail business experience to give excellent customer service. This is includes articles on All About Automotive blog that help you when searching for a car repair facility. Karen’s posts include: What Should I Expect From The Repair Facility That I Choose?, What Should I Be Looking For When Searching for A New Repair Facility? Follow All About Automotive on Twitter @AllAboutAutoOR
80. Raisa Elizabeth Mathew
Raisa is a digital geek and she shares this knowledge through writing and photography. Her work covers various interests such as digital and social media, marketing and technology. You can find her articles at Plug In India and Wheels Guru.
Follow her on Twitter @raisamathew
81. Emma Longhurst
Emma’s content is a work of elegance, always thoroughly researched and comprehensive. Her articles at Motor-Vision.co.uk include Car stunts: The good, the ad and the really ugly, How to get your car autumn ready.
Follow her on Twitter @Emmaaaa_Louisa
82. Kirsty Tanner
Based out of Tasmania, Australia, Kirsty is a gifted all-rounder interested in social media and all lifestyle topics. Her best articles at Gumtree include The Ultimate Guide to Buying a Car, How social media is helping road safety authorities. She also has a personal blog kirstygirl.com
Follow her on Twitter @kirstygirl
83. Lauryn Corbett
Working for a motor insurer has exposed to Lauryn to the finer details of motoring and her classic content at Motor-Vision.co.uk is a testimony to this.
Find her on LinkedIn
84. Linda Steil
Linda first owned a car early into teenage and she fell in love with cars ever since. She is a contributor at RoadLoans blog and Chrysler Capital blog.
Follow Road Loans on Twitter @RoadLoans
85. Megan Corbin
Under her belt, Megan has 10 years of executive-level experience in the Automotive Industry and has worked with several brands including Barrett-Jackson, Borla Exhaust, Chevrolet, Goodyear, Mothers and Forza Motorsport. In 2016, she was a SEMA Council woman Candidate nominee thanks to her impressive work ethic and high performance in this industry. Please find her articles on The Test Drive Blog
86. Megan Green
Megan Green a.k.a Ponycargirl, is a professional automotive photojournalist based out New York City, currently blogging about dirt track racing at her blog Ponycargirl. She also writes for The Garage Blog.
Follow her on Twitter @ponycargirl and Instagram @ponycargirlnyc
87. Susan Leipziger
Car tire is one of Susan ‘s main interests and she has absolutely perfected writing in this area, going by her awesome articles at blog.tirebuyer.com.
Follow Tire Buyer on Twitter @TireBuyer
88. Micaela Allen
As a creative go-getter while still schooling at Northeastern University, Micaela helped launch Insurify, an online platform that disrupted the car insurance industry by eliminating the loathsome paperwork and agents in auto insurance shopping. Micaela is the content developer and writer for the team.
Follow her on Twitter @micaelallen
89. Jordyn Coppola
Jordyn is a Marketing Design Intern at Protect My Car, a company that provides vehicle service contracts and extended warranties whilst updating readers with exciting information from the world of cars.
Follow her on Twitter @Jordyn_Coppola
90. Agata Pietruszka
For Agata, the two worlds of architectural design and automotbiles shape her life and automotive is her greatest hobby. You can find her work on Behance and Instagram @petrolhead.girl
91. Jill Ciminillo
Ciminillo is a prolific car photo blogger hugely obsessed with classic arrivals from the major brands such as Audi, Lexus, Ford, Chrysler, Tesla, Jaguar, among others. She is also very active on twitter where you will always find the very latest in the automotive industry. Her blog Cardujour.com is a car photo blog.
Follow her on Twitter @jillciminillo
92. Leilani Münter
Though she comes from a biology background, Leilani has taken over the car racing industry and is vehemently pushing for sustainable ways of living such as solar and electric cars. Her website is leilani.green.
Follow her on Twitter @LeilaniMunter
93. Shelby Livetsky
Shelby believes what a boy can do a girl can do better (Get to read her article 10 Best Reasons Why You Should Hire a Female Mechanic Right Now and learn why) and wonders why few are willing to join her and rock this technical world. She blogs at The Mechanic Doctor
Follow her on Twitter @ShelbyLivetsky
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- Social media presence and popularity
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