San Antonio’s WiR part will have boards and shows

The level of ladies in STEM — science, innovation, designing and math — and all the more explicitly mechanical technology has been generally low, as per statistics information, yet Ladies in Advanced mechanics is wanting to be a piece of that change.

The gathering’s objective is “to unite a local area that was siloed at a certain point,” Garcia said, adding that the tech business in the past was separate and difficult to break into, particularly for ladies.

San Antonio’s WiR part will have boards and shows, have industry-and school-based advanced mechanics contests and give potential open doors to mentorship through philanthropies like FIRST Mechanical technology and Young ladies Inc. of San Antonio.