Shelley Zalis, FounderThe Girls Lounge By Heather Cabot and Samantha Walravens Shelley Zalis can?t stand the term ?networking.? For the Los Angeles-based CEO, the word conjures up an image of a bland name-tag along with the transactional, often inauthentic manner many of us were groomed to make professional contacts. But Zalis, the
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