SheNative's Chief Changemaker Devon Fiddler Makes Landmark Trip to China

by Rosie Paulyk August 21, 2019 0 Comments

SheNative's Chief Changemaker Devon Fiddler Makes Landmark Trip to China

Next week our Chief Changemaker Devon Fiddler travels to China to speak at the Alibaba Global Conference on Women and Entrepreneurship as well as the Asian Women in Leadership Summit.

In China, Devon will be sharing her knowledge and experience with some of the world's greatest thought leaders.

Over the coming days we'll be reflecting more on this landmark moment. Before we do, however, we want to thank you first. Without you, this would not be possible.

Grateful. Thank you. 




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