To me, it's difficult to show women what manufacturing can offer them when they don't see a lot of women on the factory floor. My company has a lot of women in the front office, we are gaining more and more women engineers, however, we do not have a lot of women in leadership roles in the factory. I am the only female production supervisor out of roughly 30, and I just recently got this position. Before I was the Total Process Reliability Supervisor. We only have 5 production assistant team leaders out of approximately 65. There is a lot of untapped potential that we need to start utilizing, especially since we are struggling to get man power period. Knowing this, how do we attract more women to manufacturing and even more specifically, manufacturing leadership?