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Mayor Sarno Brings Greetings at Bay Path University’s Women’s Leadership Conference

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Mayor Domenic J. Sarno attended and brought greetings at Bay Path University’s 2023 Women’s Leadership Conference on Thursday, April 6th at the MassMutual Center, which featured keynote speakers Betsy Allen-Manning, Tunde Oyeneyin and Robin Roberts.

Mayor Sarno states, “I want to thank Bay Path University President Sandra Doran and her dedicated team for holding their 26th Women’s Leadership Conference at our MassMutual.  Having smart, strong and talented women in leadership positions is extremely important and this sold out event has brought thousands of attendees and over a hundred world-class speakers together for a day of learning, inspiration and professional development.”

“My administration is proud to support and promote a diverse field of highly educated and capable women into leadership positions in the city of Springfield – from my own staff in the Mayor’s Office which is comprised of a majority of very well respected and talented women, to our elegant and eloquent Health and Human Services Commissioner Helen Caulton-Harris, City’s first female Police Superintendent Cheryl Clapprood, first Latina City Clerk and Cabinet Head Gladys Oyola, Amanda Pham the Springfield Redevelopment Authorities first female Executive Director, Deputy Chief Administrative and Financial Officer Lindsey Hackett, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Judi Crowell, Licensing Director Attorney Alesia Days and appointing the City’s first African-American female Chief of Staff Denise Jordan who now serves as the Executive Director of our Springfield Housing Authority; I am proud to stand with these smart and capable women as we continue to work together and move our Springfield forward for the betterment of our residents and business community.” 


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