By Ashley Reyes
As founder of Girl Gang Garage, Bogi Lateiner is a name that many in the industry know. Her mission of encouraging women to enter the automotive trade by providing learning opportunities and fostering connections has spread far and wide, inspiring many women to pursue a career in the field.
SEMA members will have the chance to engage with Lateiner live, and join her for a candid discussion on being a female tradeswoman during the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network’s Facebook and Instagram live chat on Wednesday, July 6 at 12:00 p.m. PT.
Lateiner has been a professional automotive technician her entire adult life and founded Girl Gang Garage with a dream to create a community-focused business that encourages open exploration, hands-on training and initiatives, and connections between women working in the industry. Now a namesake shop, Girl Gang Garage elevates, encourages and champions the entry and advancement of women in the automotive and skilled tech industries.
Lateiner is also the host the Automotive TV show “All Girls Garage,” an industry spokesperson, teaches women’s car care classes, and performs shop evaluations for independent repair shops across the country. Tune in to the live chat on July 6 to tap into her expertise.
Live Chat location: SBN Facebook page and SBN Instagram live @sbn_sema.