When it comes to professional development for women, it can be hard to find a speaker or topic that is applicable to the workplace realities faced by many women.
This year’s 2017 Working Women State Conference is a refreshing reminder for women to “bloom where they are” by focusing on their individual path and personal growth.
This two-day conference features Dr. Tonjua Williams, St. Petersburg College’s first African-American female president, and Secily Wilson, a former Fox 13 News anchor and stroke survivor.
Working Women of Florida encourages women to support each other and create meaningful and diverse connections.
– Missy MacFarlane, B2 Communications