Common Good Vermont: Women's Leadership Circle

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Common Good Vermont interviews Kerry E. Secrest, Watershed Coaching, and two current Women's Leadership Circle participants from Chittenden County, Stephanie Lowe, Director of Talent Development, Seventh Generation and Beth Sightler, Executive Director, Champlain Community Services on nonprofit leadership.

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