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Twin Cities Fall Networking Luncheon
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When: 10/26/2010
11:00 AM
Where: Marriott West
9960 Wayzata Boulevard
Minneapolis, Minnesota  55426
United States
Contact: Tracy Lavizzo

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Taking Charge of Your Career Path Managing Lucky Breaks, Well-Laid Plans and Your Personal Brand

At a plateau and wondering what’s next – and how to achieve it – in the evolution of your career? Just starting out and interested in tips ‘n tricks on how to chart the most direct path to your goals…and what to do when faced with detours or roadblocks? Switching industries or roles and needing advice on how to gain, not lose ground?

Getting the career you want requires conscious day-to-day "working the plan”, and the flexibility to adapt as the landscape shifts.

Hear anecdotes and advice from a panel of senior executive women, as they share their lucky break experiences and well-laid plans. 


Stacia Andersen, Senior VP Merchandising - Home, Target

Kim Feil, Chief Marketing Officer, Walgreen Co.

Joanne Harris, VP of Target business, Proctor & Gamble

Kate Nau,VP of Finance and CFO for Schwan's Consumer Brands

Registration Fee
$50 per person
$60 for walk-ins


 11:00 AM Check-In & Registration Open

11:00 AM – 11:30 AM Networking

11:30 AM Lunch

12:15 PM Program with Panel Discussion

1:30 Adjourn

Register Now to secure your slot! We anticipate selling out before October 21!

Last day to cancel for a full refund: October 11. 

Who should attend
Emerging leaders, executives, members, non-members, men, women and professionals interested in CPG/retail.

Meeting attire

Media allowed
Please contact committee secretary for press credentials.

Cancellation and Refund Policy:
No refunds within 10 business days of the actual event date. 100% refund or registration transfer requests due 10 business days prior to the event -- October 11, 2010. Please make your cancellation and refund requests in writing via e-mail at

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At any gathering, whether it is an informal or formal program, national or regional event, participants must abide by the Network of Executive Women's anti-trust policy.

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