Women are still a long way from reaching parity with men in the executive suites and board rooms of foodservice companies, but the path to the corner office has fewer roadblocks now that it has become easier to find mentors who can help them get there, according to some of the industry’s female leaders. A dozen years ago, the number of women in senior executive positions was small enough to fit inside a telephone booth, quips Edna Morris, president of Coral Seafood & Spirits, a ...
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