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Recognition for Emily Hobaugh, HBA Houston President and Interim Southwest Regional Programming COE President

Emily was recently selected as one of the Houston Business Journal’s 2020 Women Who Mean Business, which recognizes Houston's most successful women business leaders in for-profit and nonprofit industries. The honorees will be recognized in a live virtual broadcast of the awards ceremony on 15 October from 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM CST. In conjunction with the award ceremony, the Houston Business Journal will publish a special section in the 16 October edition of the print publication.

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The Inquirer Daily News covers HBA Greater Philadelphia

Last week 30 people from the healthcare industry including pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, hospital, payers and service companies gathered in Philadelphia to build business connections for a sustainable leadership advantage, learn from thought leaders to broaden perspectives, and to expand their business acumen. KPMG hosted the event led by Bruce Pfau, PhD, on his success in “Improving Employee Moral” within an accounting firm.

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Welcome to HBA Dallas

Join us for our first network building event on Oct 30, 8:00 AM at La Madeline Country French Café, 6430 N. MacArthur Blvd, Irving Texas 75039

We’re thrilled to offer the HBA experience to Dallas-Fort Worth and invite you to join us. Whether you’ve been part of the HBA or are new to us, we know you will greatly benefit from our association.

The Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association is a global nonprofit organization comprised of individuals and organizations from across the healthcare industry committed to:

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