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    photoFrom left, Kari Schaeffer, of KPS Consulting Group; Kristina Bouweiri, CEO of Reston Limousine and founder of Sterling Women; and Kate Paulsen of Inova Fairfax Hospital for Children, at the Sterling Women monthly networking luncheon Feb. 25. Times-Mirror Staff Writer/Hannah Hager

    From left, Kari Schaeffer, of KPS Consulting Group; Kristina Bouweiri, CEO of Reston Limousine and founder of Sterling Women; and Kate Paulsen of Inova Fairfax Hospital for Children, at the Sterling Women monthly networking luncheon Feb. 25. The keynote speaker was Elizabeth Marcotte of Let’s Dish at the event at the National Conference Center in Lansdowne.

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