She’s Local Hosting Panel With 3 Women Helping To Bring Back MetroWest Post Pandemic

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FRAMINGHAM – She’s Local and the MetroWest Conference for Women will host a 30-minute lunch panel with a trio of women leaders in MetroWest helping businesses return stronger than ever after the pandemic.

She’s Local and the MetroWest Conference for Women were founded by Natick resident Jen Maseda.

Register for the free 30-minute lunchtime boost discussion on June 24at noon. Click here to register.

Panelists include:

  • Ashland’s Community Economic Development Director Beth Reynolds
  • Downtown Framingham Inc.’s Executive Director Courtney Thraen
  • Natick Center Cultural District Director Athena Pandolf.

The MetroWest Conference for Women aims to inspire, connect, motivate and move women through every stage along their path. The 2020 conference is scheduled for September 17.

Editor’s Note: in full transparency, I serve on the Board of Directors for She’s Local and the MetroWest Conference for Women.

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