DALLAS, March 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Women's Foodservice Forum (WFF), the food industry's premiere Leadership Development Organization, today announced that it will host its 2016 Annual Leadership Development Conference March 13-16 in Dallas, TX at the Downtown Omni Hotel & Kay Baily Hutchison Convention Center.
The annual conference is the organization's marquee event where renowned influencers and many of the industry's best and brightest gather to support the mission of WFF – advancing women leaders in the food industry. This year's conference theme, "Live It!" offers an enthusiastic call to action for attendees to immerse themselves in the stellar engagement opportunities that aim to enhance both personal and professional goals for the attendees.
During the conference, WFF will feature an unprecedented gathering of five women CEOs who currently lead sectors of the food ecosystem. For the first time, these female executives will share the WFF conference stage to provide insights into their professional experiences and visions of leadership. They are Dawn Sweeney, President & CEO of the National Restaurant Association; Pam Bailey, President & CEO of the Grocery Manufacturers Association; Susan Neely, President & CEO of the American Beverage Association; Connie Tipton, President & CEO of the International Dairy Foods Association; and Hattie Hill, President & CEO of the Women's Foodservice Forum.
"Our goal is to help change the face of leadership by offering professional women and men engaging content that they can embrace and use throughout their careers," said Hattie Hill, President and CEO, Women's Foodservice Forum.
To learn more about the Women's Foodservice Forum 2016 Annual Leadership Develop Conference, please visit: http://aldc.womensfoodserviceforum.com/
ABOUT THE WOMEN'S FOODSERVICE FORUM
The Women's Foodservice Forum (WFF) is the industry's premier leadership development organization with more than 25 years of experience advancing women in the food industry. WFF serves thousands of individuals and hundreds of employers in all segments of the industry including operations, manufacturing, distribution, publishing, consulting and more. Through highly effective and educational events such as the Annual Leadership Development Conference, Executive Summit, leadership development programs and rich networking opportunities, WFF provides the competency-based education and strategic connections needed to make a positive difference in the careers of women in the food industry. For more information, visit www.womensfoodserviceforum.com.
SOURCE The Women’s Foodservice Forum