Six years ago, motor sports executive Beth Paretta thought of a new, exciting idea. She was leaving her role at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and already noticed a shortage of qualified female engineers.

“At that point, I was looking at this in a broad way, and I met with Roger Penske because he’s a mentor,” Paretta, who also served as an executive at Aston Martin and Volkswagen Group, said. “He loved the idea for the beginning, and we wanted to work together in 2016 but it didn’t work out because of logistics.” Read More