MINNEAPOLIS The Women’s Foodservice Forum named Dallas resident Alice Murray, an executive with nonprofit and for-profit experience, as its new president. Murray, who begins the new position at Minneapolis-based WFF on Aug. 1, most recently served as president and chief executive of Downtown Dallas Inc., a nonprofit agency charged with revitalizing and restructuring the city’s urban area. Her experience in leading the development of several large upscale hotels helped her garner an ...

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