Jane Langland

Corporate Communications Manager
Cox Automotive

Jane Langland's diverse career spans journalism, customer management, technical communications, and corporate communications management. A graduate of Northwestern University, she double majored in Journalism at the Medill School of Journalism and Art Theory & Practice at the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences.

Jane started her career covering local news for the Huffington Post in New York City before transitioning to the industrial supply industry, where she focused on technical writing and communications for nearly a decade. Her ability to convey complex technical information in accessible terms became a hallmark of her career, making her an invaluable asset in this sector.

In 2020, Jane earned an MBA from the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business. She currently serves as a Corporate Communications Manager for Cox Automotive, supporting EV Battery Solutions, Fleet Services, and FleetNet America, where she combines her passion for sustainability with her professional endeavors.

Jane is deeply committed to sustainable living in all aspects of her life, engaging in activities such as beekeeping, composting, gardening, and permaculture. She lives in historic Marietta, Ga., with her husband, daughter, rescue dog, and a lively flock of chickens.

Jane Langland’s Session(s):


10:35 am–11:20 am | Fri, March 22, 2024

Journey to Net Zero: The Electric Odyssey

Join us for a discussion featuring industry pioneers Terry Rivers, Brandon Carter, and Jack Jenkins. We’ll address the critical role of electrification in achieving net-zero supply chains, electrification's historical context, environmental impact, safety, and the importance of skilled technicians. This panel will also highlight the role of educational initiatives, such as FleeTec Academy, and the need for collaboration to address challenges and opportunities in electrification.

Key takeaways include:

  • Why electrification is crucial for supply chain sustainability.
  • How safety and efficiency are integral to achieving net-zero goals.
  • The vital role skilled technicians play in electrification efforts.
  • How educational initiatives, such as FleeTec Academy, contribute to a sustainable future.
  • Why collaboration is essential for addressing challenges and seizing opportunities in electrification.

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