ASE Instructor Training Conference To Discuss ‘2% Solution’

Although women make up 50% of the work force, only 2% of women work as automotive service technicians. With this in mind, the ASE Education Foundation will kick off its 2022 Instructor Training Conference with a keynote panel focused on making training programs and workplaces more welcoming to everyone, including women and other underrepresented groups.

Cat Treanor, U.K. business development manager for Electude, will moderate the session and will be joined by the following panelists …
Missy Albin, Navistar master diesel mechanic at Taylor & Lloyd Inc.
Lou Bramante, automotive instructor at Vineland Senior High School.
Raven Hartkopf, collision discipline lead at Colin College.
Jenny Kovacs, Ford master technician at C. Harper Ford.
Joe Laubhan, service director at Classic Chevrolet.
Vanessa Retsos, Chevrolet service technician at Classic Chevrolet.
Paulina Sanchez, collision repair student at Colin College.

Scheduled for July 12-15 at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Frisco, TX, the ASE Instructor Training Conference is open to high school and college instructors from auto, truck and collision repair programs nationwide. Click here to register.

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