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2021 Women’s Leadership Conference: Quick Takes

Influence in the Community

Beverly Bianes, OD, of San Diego, California, discusses how her practice has made an impact on the members of its community since the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020.

Developing as Leaders

Dori Carlson, OD, FAAO, of Park River, North Dakota, shares the steps you can take to get started in your leadership development.

Influencing the Next Generation

Essence Johnson, OD, FAAO, Dipl ABO, of Dallas, Texas, addresses how she recently reached a turning point in the way she thought about her impact as a member of the optometric profession.

Influencing Staff

Aimee Grimm, OD, of Swiftwater, Pennsylvania, shares the importance of making a positive influence on your staff.

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