NATIONAL HARBOR Md. —Mentoring, best career paths for promotion, social networking and the challenges of balancing personal life and work were among the key topics a panel of industry executives addressed in a roundtable discussion sponsored by the Women’s Foodservice Forum. Founded almost 20 years ago, the WFF promotes the advancement of women in the industry through leadership development events and programs. Nine industry executives came together at the ...
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