WILDE women honored for leadership
by From Staff Reports
01:50 PM, Thursday, October 30
Women In Leadership Development & Empowerment Inc. hosted its annual WILDE Leadership and Service Awards gala in Atlanta last week. The event, held at Future Vision in Atlantic Station, honored six proven leaders who show a commitment to improving...

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