WASHINGTON —Women’s Foodservice Forum conference programming is structured in a series of tracks to meet the needs of attendees at all stages of their careers. The executive programming track is designed to address the needs of senior management and help WFF members of vice president status or higher take their careers to the next level. —Women’s Foodservice Forum conference programming is ...

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