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“Let Food Be Thy Medicine, and Medicine Be Thy Food.”

Monday, October 30, 2017

Shoes.com recently hosted the WIFI Boston chapter at their new offices in Charlestown, MA for an evening focused on healthy eating.  Attendees connected with their fellow colleagues in footwear, noshed on healthy snacks and learned some easy ways to be mindful of what you eat and how you treat your body. The presentation by health … Read More

Key Take Aways from Working with an Executive Recruiter

Thursday, September 7, 2017

In this one hour webinar, Debby Garrow of E.A. Hughes addressed the best way to work with an executive recruiter, and provided some tips on how to make the most of a job search. A few key takeaways: 1. Use a professional photo on LinkedIn. No one wants to see you and your dog regardless … Read More

Women in Footwear Connect, Learn and Grow.

Monday, July 24, 2017

It was a social spring for the Women of the Footwear Industry!   The WIFI Seattle, Boston and New York chapters recently hosted wine-tasting events focused on educating women about wine so they feel comfortable ordering on the wine list in front of colleagues and clients.  Special thanks to Wolffer Estate Vineyards and Naches Heights … Read More

Two Ten WIFI National Event – Trailblazing Women

Friday, June 9, 2017

At last Thursday’s WIFI National event, these trailblazing women captivated more than 120 attendees with stories about how they’ve created their successful brands and businesses. The biggest theme of the night? Make sure you’re doing something you love.  Each woman referenced how they do not believe they would have made it to where they are now … Read More

Lunch and Learn with Daianara Amalfitano, SVP Aldo Group

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Daianara Amalfitano, SVP Aldo Group, Inc. recently participated in “Lunch & Learn” conversation where she discussed her career path and interesting challenges she’s faced along the way. Following are a few highlights: Advice to the younger generation of footwear leaders: “Experienced managers want to hear from the younger generation, so don’t be afraid to speak … Read More