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WOMEN IN AG FOR MENTORING & EMPOWERMENT TO HOST EDUCATIONAL SEMINARS AT WORLD AG EXPO
Source: Women in Agriculture for Mentoring & Empowerment news release sent via AgPR--the news distribution service for agriculture

Conversations, inventions and innovations are on display at the 50th World Ag Expo, February 14-16, 2017 thanks to Women in Agriculture for Mentoring & Empowerment (WAME). All men and women involved in farming and agricultural businesses are invited to join the conversation in the Seminar Tent for a 3-day learning opportunity.

"We're thrilled with this year's lineup of speakers," said WAME event organizer Pamela Sweeten. "The Expo seminars provide a tremendous opportunity for farmers and agriculture professionals to gather new ideas, ask questions, exchange insight and develop business strategies to feed the growing world."

Included in their Expo admission price, farmers and agriculture professionals can participate in a dozen educational seminars addressing topics such as business management, professional development and biggest issue facing agriculture today.

Plan to join us for one of a kind networking events. Each morning before the opening of the show stop by the seminar tent for a cup of coffee and engaging discussion with individuals actively involved agriculture. Wrap up the first two days with a reception hosted by Sigma Alpha, WAME and American Agri-Women.

The speaker series organized by The Women in Agriculture for Mentoring Empowerment runs all three days of the World Ag Expo. Although the series is organized by WAME, they encourage both men and women to attend.

The WAME speaker series is possible because of sponsorships from Garton Tractor, InsureCAL Insurance Agency, CCI Marketing, and P. Sweeten Consulting.

For the most current information on the event, or to register, visit facebook.com/WAME17.

Women in Agriculture for Mentoring and Empowerment (WAME) seek to bridge the gap between the young professional workforce and industry. By connecting young people in high school and college with mentors we endeavor to guide them in rising to their full potential and make them aware of all of the opportunities which are available to them through agriculture. We provide professional development, networking opportunities, and statistics on career fields for our mentors, members, and guests and seek to aid them in remaining connected through our website, free lectures, social media, and conferences.


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