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Technology Revolution: The Future of Now

Technology Revolution: The Future of Now

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September 16th 2020: The Future of Women and Tech in the Automotive Industry

The buzz: Vrooomm. Today, women account for only 27% of the US auto manufacturing workforce as compared to about 47% of the overall labor force. This talent gap is counterproductive for companies looking to tap into the rising opportunities for innovation, transformation, and disruption by digital technologies such as AI, AR, and the IoT. (www2.deloitte.com) Bogi Lateiner, owner of 180 Degrees Automotive in Phoenix, wanted to be a mechanic. “I had to go to 20 shops before I got the first job to say yes to hiring me”. She started her shop in her driveway. (cronkitenews..azpbs.org) In

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Julie Fream

Julie Fream is the president and CEO of the Original Equipment Suppliers Association. The association represents the voice of automotive suppliers and champions their business interests. Named to the role in 2013, Julie has a 37-year career in automotive, including roles for both OE manufacturers and suppliers in manufacturing, engineering, program management, sales, marketing, and communications. She is a member of the Nissan North America Supplier Council and the Ford Supplier Council representing the interests of the automotive supplier community. In 2016, Fream was recognized by Crain’s Detroit Business as one of “Michigan’s Most Influential Women.” In 2015, she was listed as one of the
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Shannon Quinn

Shannon Quinn is Bridgestone's North American President of the Consumer Original Equipment Division. Shannon is responsible for providing strategic oversight, leadership and direction for all OE activities, including long-range planning, new business development, sales as well as marketing and program management. Shannon joined Bridgestone from Adient where she held the role of Vice President, Ford Business Unit, overseeing business development, commercial negotiations and the overall strategy for the Ford account. She also previously served as Vice President and General Manager, FCA Customer Group, Seating, for Adient, where she improved key customer scorecard metrics including cost, quali
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Laurie Harbour

As President and CEO of Harbour Results Inc., Laurie Harbour leads a team of analysts and manufacturing consultants to help small- to medium- sized manufacturers develop short- and long-term strategies, improve their operations, reduce risks and optimize business. Spending most of her life around the manufacturing industry, she utilized her experience and knowledge to found HRI in 2005. Since that time, Laurie has been responsible for developing both the consulting services and targeted tools to profitably grow the organization into a leading manufacturing consulting firm. As a trusted advisor to the NA manufacturing industry, HRI monitors, researches and analyzes the manufacturing value str
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Jennifer A. Dukarski

Jennifer A. Dukarski is a Shareholder based in Butzel Long's Ann Arbor office, practicing in the areas of intellectual property, media, and technology. She focuses her practice at the intersection of technology and communications with an emphasis on the legal issues arising from emerging and disruptive innovation: digital media and content, vehicle safety, connected and autonomous cars, shared mobility, infotainment, data privacy, and security. Jennifer leads clients in securing and protecting rights in technology through transactions and litigation. Jennifer was named one of the 30 Women Defining the Future of Technology in January 2020 by Warner Communications for her innovative thoughts a
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/technology-revolution-the-future-of-now 28/10/2020 08:00 28/10/2020 09:00 Technology Revolution: The Future of Now https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/technology-revolution-the-future-of-now The buzz: Vrooomm. Today, women account for only 27% of the US auto manufacturing workforce as compared to about 47% of the overall labor force. This talent gap is counterproductive for companies looking to tap into the rising opportunities for innovation, transformation, and disruption by digital technologies such as AI, AR, and the IoT. (www2.deloitte.com) Bogi Lateiner, owner of 180 Degrees Automotive in Phoenix, wanted to be a mechanic. “I had to go to 20 shops before I got the first job to say yes to hiring me”. She started her shop in her driveway. (cronkitenews..azpbs.org) In 2000, Automotive News had a difficult time filling its first list of 100 Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry. By 2015, it had hundreds of powerful female execs to choose from. (autonews.com) We’ll ask Julie Fream (OESA), Laurie Harbour (Harbour Results), Shannon Quinn (Bridgestone) and Jennifer A. Dukarski (Butzel Long) for their take on the future of women in the automotive industry. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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