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Women in Manufacturing Education Foundation Now Accepting Nominations for the 2021 Women in Manufacturing Hall of Fame

CLEVELAND , April 15 /Businesswire/ - Today, the @WomeninMFGedu announces that it is accepting nominations for the 2021 class of Women in Manufacturing Hall of Fame inductees. The WiM Hall of Fame honors women who have made exceptional contributions to support & inspire women in the industry.


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