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West Hartford Women in Networking Will Host ‘Thriving After COVID-19’ Summit

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A free, half-day summit, ‘Thriving After COVID-19,’ will be hosted by the West Hartford Women in Networking on Thursday, May 28.


West Hartford Women in Networking  can’t meet in person and are physically distanced but that doesn’t mean we don’t meet!

A free, half-day women’s summit, focused on the topic “Thriving After COVID-19,” will be held on Thursday, May 28, Fromm 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

It will be held in West Hartford, CT, but open to interested women everywhere via Zoom.

Fabulous speakers from around the country include Dr. Dorothy Martin-Neville, Kathy McAfee, Amy Walker, Dr. Sarah Reiff-Hekking, Beth Bye, Prudence Sloane, Kim Kasparian, and more! Topics range from building resilience to getting your business back on track. Learn to sauté from a famous chef during the cooking demo, network and connect with other women, and more!

Many of the presenters are experienced keynote speakers for large women’s conferences and you can meet them all online from your living room!

You must register in order to be able to sign in. For more information or to register, click here.

For more information about the West Hartford Women in Networking, visit their website www.westhartfordwomeninnetworking.com.

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