Crossroads Conference aimed to help women make professional connections

Latoya Ruby FrazierPittsburgh Post-Gazette reports:
“The Women and Girls Foundation, based on the South Side, launched the conference last year as part of its mission to promote leadership and opportunities for women to advance, said Heather Arnet, the foundation’s chief executive officer.
While women sometimes need assistance in the form of money or shelter if they are in crisis, many also need support navigating career, family and health choices, she said.
‘There are professional crossroads such as relocating for a job, or a spouse’s job, or starting a business. And there are personal crossroads such as becoming widowed, leaving a marriage, starting a family or dealing with breast cancer. And those, too, can impact your job.'”
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