With a tagline of 'Promoting, supporting and inspiring women using Additive Manufacturing technologies,' Women in 3D Printing seeks to foster a more diverse industry. By featuring women shaping our industry, our hope is to encourage more women to join the industry. While working on shattering the gender glass ceiling, we realize that in order to be truly successful in our mission, we need to address diversity in its broader sense. The movie “Hidden Figures” inspired aspects of this quarter’s report for many of those reasons.
Starting earlier this year, we decided to partner with industry-expert Sarah Goehrke in providing a well-documented report on the state of diversity in Additive Manufacturing, featuring objective data and subjective insights from Sarah and other female leaders in the industry.
You can now download the Diversity for Additive Manufacturing #Q2 2018 Report, by Sarah Goehrke – Supported by and Produced for Women in 3D Printing
— A quarterly report provided as a resource for understanding the shape and scope of diversity in the 3D printing industry —
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