Daylong women's conference honors Women's History Month
By Adriane Foss, IMCOMMarch 8, 2012
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - Members of the APG community attended a daylong Women's Conference at the APG South Conference Center Auditorium, March 8.
The annual event honored Women's History Month and was hosted by the installation's Federal Women's Program Committee.
The event kicked off with an opening ceremony, followed by workshops, a lunch time video presentation, local vendors and door prizes.
"This was an opportunity for our workforce to enhance their current skills, develop new skills and network with others," said Teresa Rudd, the program's acting chair and executive assistant for the acting deputy director of Research, Developmentand Engineering Command.
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