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Mid-Ohio Key4Women Empowers Women In The Community

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/19/2013 Key4Women is helping women make meaningful connections with other women in our community. The program provides a network for women of all ages, professions and goals who share a passion for business. KeyBank Managers and co-directors Dara Garcia and Hailey Kinnamon, have developed a series of free educational events for women in our area. The latest event "Social Media and You" was held Monday at the North Central State College Urban Center on Main Street in downtown Mansfield. Marketing consultant, Violeta Chinni, was the presenter.For more information about Key4Woman or to join Mid-Ohio Key4Women call 419-589-5703 or email [email protected]
   
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