Perhaps the most accurate gauge of how far the Women's Foodservice Forum has come could be found during its recent Leadership Development Conference in Dallas when interim WFF president Linda Pharr thanked “the industry's visionary leaders and emerging leaders for recognizing now more than ever the importance of this conference, and either attending or approving the attendance of their staff.” Twenty years ago, most WFF members were the staff; now they have a staff. And they hope to call ...
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