Lauren Fletcher

Lauren Fletcher

Executive Editor - Fleet, Trucking & Transportation

https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurenfletcherwt/

Lauren Fletcher has been a prominent voice in the truck and commercial fleet industry since 2006. As the Executive Editor for the Fleet, Trucking & Transportation Group, she oversees content strategy for all fleet, trucking, and transportation brands, including Work Truck.

With a rich background in writing and editing thousands of articles on alternative fuels, telematics, maintenance, safety, upfitting, vehicle spec'ing, and productivity, Fletcher brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to her readers. Her work is not only informative but also influential, guiding fleet managers through the intricacies of fleet management.

Fletcher's Chatty Chassis blog challenges industry norms, while her Truck Chat video series sparks conversations and provides essential insights into efficient work truck fleet management. Whether discussing trends, vehicles, or conducting interviews, her content is a valuable resource for industry professionals.

Recognized as a thought leader, Fletcher has presented or moderated panels at numerous conferences, including Work Truck eXchange, Work Truck Week, DeliveryCon, and the Production Engine Remanufacturers Association (PERA), and frequently moderates Work Truck webinars and industry events.

Throughout her career, Fletcher has contributed to various industry publications such as Automotive Fleet, Fleet Financials, Government Fleet, Green Fleet, Vehicle Remarketing, and Business Driver magazines. Her articles have also been featured in School Bus Fleet and Heavy Duty Trucking.

A passionate hot rod enthusiast, Fletcher's love for cars and trucks, from classics to the latest models, adds a unique perspective to her work. She remains a trusted source of information and insights for fleet managers, industry professionals, and anyone interested in the commercial vehicle segment.

Have an article idea, news tip, challenge, or success story? Contact her today