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February 7, 2011

Target director of owned brands Annie Zipfel is among those slated to participate in the fourth annual Network of Executive Women Multicultural Work force conference to be held March 1 to 3. With a theme of “Building Competencies, Growing Business,” the event will focus on the advantages of developing culturally competent organizations. Zipfel is listed on the event’s agenda as a participant on a panel discussing a report to be released by Deloitte on the topic of “The changing Consumer and the Work force Imperative.” Alison Kenney Paul, vice chair and leader of Deloitte’s U.S. retail practice, will present the report. Others on the panel with Zipfel include Nicola Johnson, a principal with Deloitte’s retail practice and Dian Emerson, VP diversity and inclusion at Safeway.

Target director of owned brands Annie Zipfel is among those slated to participate in the fourth annual Network of Executive Women Multicultural Work force conference to be held March 1 to 3. With a theme of “Building Competencies, Growing Business,” the event will focus on the advantages of developing culturally competent organizations.