RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law School Dean Melissa Essary served as moderator of The Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce Executive Women’s Luncheon on Tuesday, April 17, at the Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown. The luncheon, titled “From Faxes to Facebook: The Evolution of Women in Business,” addressed the unique challenges facing women in today’s business environment, as well as what the future holds.
Dean Melissa Essary, Billie Redmond, Ravila Gupta, Diane Adams (left-to-right)
Diane Adams, Allscripts Executive Vice President of Culture and Talent, Ravila Gupta, Umicore USA President, and Billie Redmond, Coldwell Banker Commercial TradeMark Properties CEO, joined Dean Essary as panelists.
North Carolina Governor Beverly Perdue also offered special remarks during the luncheon.
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