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About 50 Duke women spent a recent Saturday morning learning from five Duke alumnae who are now entrepreneurial leaders.
The annual women’s conference, titled “Lead. Innovate. Grow. Lessons From Entrepreneurial Women,” was hosted by the Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative and the Penny Pilgram George Women’s Leadership Initiative. It focused on lessons in resilience, confidence, connectedness and identity.