WASHINGTON —Speakers, attendees and panelists at the 2008 Women’s Foodservice Forum leadership development conference reflected on advances made by the industry’s female executives during the WFF’s 19-year history. While enjoying those successes, WFF members who convened here recently at the new Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center vowed not to rest on their laurels, but to work toward overcoming new and remaining ...

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