Pittsburgh, PA – Coro Pittsburgh is pleased to announce its 2020 Women In Leadership class. These 26 trailblazing women were selected for their exemplary leadership and track record of success. 

This five month leadership accelerator takes place April 2020 – August 2020. Participants will polish their skills in negotiation, managing teams, facilitation, networking, leveraging partnerships, personal growth, and inclusive business practices through virtual seminars, executive coaching, and collaborative sessions.

Coro Pittsburgh introduces these powerful women: 

Tia Baker, Crown Cut Concierge

Alicia Blackburn, Allegheny Health Network 

Lois Bower-Bjornson, Clean Air Council

Ja’Lisa Brown, UPMC

Sarah Callahan, Aetna

Lashaun Davis, Allegheny County DHS

Torie Day, Berkshire Hathaway 

Kayleigh Del Cotto, Partner4Work

Olukemi Esan, Allegheny Health Network

Renee Farrow, Architectural Innovations 

Latoya Hamm, Pittsburgh Public Schools

Erika Hedin, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

Shauntaya Hester, Foundation of Hope 

Kimberly Kaplan, ISACA

Kayla King Scott, South University

Gina McMillan, Operation Better Block

Elysia Newman, Style 412

Jarita Oliver, PNC Bank

Rebecca Oreto, Carnegie Mellon University

Stephanie Peterson, Youth Enrichment Services

Angela Reed, UPMC Enterprises

Mitra Saeidi, Chatham University 

Amber Thompson, Leaders of Change LLC 

Michelle Walker, Lend An Ear Consulting

Amie White, A+ Schools

Ceree Wilkerson, The Midwife Center

Coro Pittsburgh hosts Women In Leadership (WIL) program every year to give the opportunity for engaged and committed professional women within the Pittsburgh region to collaborate, network, and train together to expand their reach and impact. The WIL curriculum is designed to help participants more successfully navigate and manage leadership challenges at three levels: self, communities, and systems. 

To learn more: http://www.coropittsburgh.org/programs/women-in-leadership/