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Erin Stafford to keynote ‘Beating Burnout’ at Women in Auto Care Leadership Conference

‘Hyper-growth business leader’ will kick off the Palm Springs, Calif., conference, Feb. 27 – March 1

Bethesda, Md.—Women in Auto Care, a community of the Auto Care Association, today announced the annual Women in Auto Care Leadership Conference keynote speaker. The conference will take place Feb. 27 – March 1 in Palm Springs, Calif., at the Renaissance Hotel. The 2023 conference theme is “Resilient and EmpowHERed.” 

The conference will feature keynote speaker Erin Stafford, who is a “marketing guru, burnout survivor and hyper-growth business leader.” From working with the world’s highest achievers throughout her 20-plus year career, being a Type A poster child herself and interviewing Olympians, start-up founders, Fortune 500 CEOs, leading researchers and celebrity coaches, she has seen firsthand how Type A personalities and constant over-achievement are coveted in the world of business yet can lead to debilitating burnout, stated Auto Care Association is a news release.

Now, in addition to her current role as the head of marketing for the country’s largest healthcare staffing company where she leads dozens of marketing professionals and helped the organization grow by 9x in two years. Stafford will deliver the opening keynote, “Escape the Type A Trap: Five Mindset Shifts to Beat Burnout and Sustain Peak Performance.”

Sherron Washington, a marcomms professional, will be emceeing the conference. She is founder and CEO of the P3 Solution, a full-service marketing and communications (marcomms) firm located in the Washington, D.C. area.

Additionally, the conference will feature a various other sessions and activities focused on personal and professional development including roundtable discussions and leadership stories. Tuesday evening will also feature a “60’s Palm Springs” themed dinner and a live auction for the annual fundraising event, in support of the Women in Auto Care scholarship program which awards both cash and tools to young women entering the automotive industry. 
Women in Auto Care conferences have been accredited by Northwood University since 2012 and all conference attendees are eligible to receive continuing education units (CEU) credits toward their Automotive Aftermarket Professional (AAP) or Master Automotive Aftermarket Professional (MAAP) professional designations. 
For more information about the Women in Auto Care Leadership Conference and to register, visit or contact  

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