Women in Science and my STEM Career Path

This week the world celebrates Women in STEM and Science. The first time I realized there was a problem, or lack of Women in STEM, was when I started working abroad, because I had two superb supervisors for my undergrad degrees: Maria E. Montesinos and Margarita Piedra.
With this post, I want to thank other women that have collaborated with me, and I had the privilege to get their input for the empathic Entrepreneurial Engineering Book, where I provide some snapshots of their stories. If you want to know more, please check https://empathic-engineering.com/

Women in David's career path
Some of the awesome Women that helped me in my career path.