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WFPC attendees gain insight from educational sessions

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MIAMI -- The Center for Growing Talent by PMA's 2018 Women's Fresh Perspectives Conference, April 15-17, at the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay, here, has been jam-packed with inspirational speakers, educational workshops, sunrise fitness classes, and a whole lot of networking opportunities, ensuring that every woman will leave the conference and "Own It."

Find out what attendees have learned so far during the three-day event in the second video from our WFPC series, and stay tuned for more coverage of the conference.

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