Betty was the first woman hired at the factory in El Salvador. She is a single mother living in a squatter’s camp beside the river. She saw the Ecocina and was afraid she would not be on the list to receive one. She took the bus to the factory and asked if she could learn how the stove was made. She worked for two days and returned a month later asking for a permanent job. She wants to be sure every woman in her area receives a stove. She and her friend Ana were employed producing Ecocina stoves for El Salvador. Her smile is its own reward.