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“I really hope we make a difference in even one young lady’s life. I would love to see our members gain the confidence and soft skills to be successful in all their career goals,” she said.

There are currently 25 registered members in WIBO. Previously, in the spring semester, members of the organization traveled to The Judson’s Women Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Ga., and also participated in the UWF Reverse Career Fair, which gave members a chance to engage with potential employers.

The next WIBO meeting will feature guest speaker Kolleen Chelsey, director of Powerful Women of the Gulf Coast. The meeting will be held on Oct. 7 at 3:15 p.m. in the College of Business Education Center, Building 76A, Room 102.