Behind this organization is Elaine Hamel, a woman who grew up around five brothers. She had struggled to fight for her passion in construction. It took her a number of companies before she found one who’d accept her for a job. It is because of this struggle that she started Girls At Work that teaches girls how to use power tools (Read more at Huffington Post: Girls At Work). But there’s more to Hamel’s ambition than just proving that girls can also do manly jobs. She wants these kids who are facing the worst possible challenges in the world to find the strength and courage they need to continue living well and right and that they have an equal chance of achieving anything as long as they put their minds into it.
So, there’s your girl auto mechanic.