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Tammy Butler Fluitt, Diana Dolce, et al

The Rochester Women’s Network’s five 2018 “W” Award nominees are: Tammy Butler Fluitt, executive director of Samaritan Center of Excellence; Diana Dolce, founding executive director of Hope Hall; Mary Therese Friel, founder and owner of Mary Therese Friel LLC; Jennifer Hackett, president of Camp Puzzle Piece Inc.; and Constance Mitchell-Jefferson, minority and women business enterprise officer for the city of Rochester.

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