The EverWash team is committed to creating an inclusive and diverse workplace in which everyone can succeed. It is our commitment to promote an inclusive culture that values and respects all members of the team.

To help wrap up Women's History Month, here's a look at what being in the car wash and technology industries means to women at EverWash. These women bring unique perspectives and talents to their roles, have significantly contributed to their fields, and are paving the way for a more inclusive and diverse future.

This is what they had to say:

Harriet Ayoade

VP of Marketing

"I am proud to represent diversity in leadership and strive to inspire others to follow their dreams despite hurdles. Being a part of both industries helps me contribute to the larger movement of breaking down the glass ceiling so that the next generation of women will have the same opportunities I have today."

*"My path has been enabled by generations of women before me. Even though work remains, all of us can create a world where everyone has an equal chance at pursuing their ambitions and achieving success." -*Harriet Ayoade.

Lisa Bi

Junior Web Developer

"The best part of working in the car wash industry is helping small businesses flourish and thrive. Getting to work with local businesses has been meaningful to me because it strengthens communities and helps owners support their family and employees." - Lisa Bi.

Talia Scarborough

Partner Implementation Specialist

"Being a successful woman in my job day to day means I am doing my part to cause meaningful change in my industry. It's also about recognizing the strong women who help support me on my journey. From my mom, who gives me encouragement and listens to me after a long stressful day at work, to my manager, who allows me to express my feelings, frustrations, and ideas freely, and lastly, being able to see women of color in a higher up position, like Harriet Ayoade at my company, reminds me I am part of something bigger. There is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish."- Talia Scarborough.

Yamilette Roman

Digital & Creative Marketing Intern

"As a Latin woman in the car wash and tech industries, I am honored to be a part of a growing movement toward greater diversity and inclusion. By breaking barriers and defying expectations, I am achieving personal success and representing the resilience and creativity of women from underrepresented communities. Through perseverance, hard work, and a commitment to learning and growing, I contribute to my industries' progress and success and help shape a better future for all." - Yamilette Roman

In conclusion

This blog post is a celebration of the strong women at EverWash and their contributions to the car wash and tech industries. By highlighting their voices and experiences, we hope to inspire and empower others to pursue their passions and break down barriers, regardless of their gender or background.