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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

New book features Milton professionals.


Courtesy Accessmilton.com

Women in Technology Inc., a non-profit organization providing advocacy, leadership development, networking, mentoring and technology education for professional women, has recently published its first book "Climb."

The book, co-edited by Milton resident Sandy Hofmann, features essays from 60 women in metro Atlanta's technology community. Contributing authors include a number of Milton and nearby community residents including Myra McElhaney, Ginger Ackerman, Mary Carol Alexander, Tricia Dempsey, Josette Fleszar, Kelly Gay, Shawn Grover, Joan Herbig, Kasie Scott Palmer and Cindy Tierney.

For more information, contact Hoffman at sandy.hofmann@comcast.net or visit the group's Web site, www.mywit.org.

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