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The HERe initiative aims to inspire not only women but men invested in the professional development of women leaders in the health care field with the tools and resources they need to succeed. In addition to chapter events, there will be virtual tools and opportunities for engagement, including ongoing discussion groups, blogs, articles, webinars, and other resources—all designed to give you and your organization the essential tools to become a catalyst for change and develop women leaders in our industry.
To become involved in the HERe conversation, either at the national or chapter level, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The HERe initiative is an effort that aims to inspire not only women but men invested in the professional development of women leaders in the health care field with the tools and resources they need to succeed. We hope to inspire one another, learn together, and connect with colleagues across the industry.
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