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How OWL has influenced my path to success

September 16, 2014

More than 8 years ago, I joined Ophthalmic Women Leaders. At the time, my “mission” was to simply expand my network, meet other female professionals within the ophthalmic space and, as an added bonus, to have some fun.

Reflecting on my history with OWL, I can proudly say that the organization’s value has far exceeded my expectations. As a member engaged increasingly in the organization’s activities, I wanted to use my blog spot to highlight the organization itself and discuss how it has positively impacted my development in this space.

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