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slides: 15 Women Making a Difference in Central Massachusetts

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

 

When it comes to leading change in Central Massachusetts, women are at the forefront. From entrepreneurs and lawyers to fitness gurus, musicians and advocates for the disadvantaged, these 15 women are putting their passions to work, and creating change the region can be proud of.

They may differ in type, but all these women have one important thing in common: they make Worcester and Central Massachusetts better places to live, to work, and to play.






 

 

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