LA ROCHE PRESIDENT RECEIVES MOST POWERFUL & INFLUENTIAL WOMEN AWARD AT INAUGURAL PITTSBURGH DIVERSITY & LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
Pittsburgh, PA - Sister Candace Introcaso, CDP, Ph.D., president of La Roche College, was one of seven distinguished women recognized with the Most Powerful & Influential Women Award. The award was presented at the Inaugural 2010 Pittsburgh Diversity & Leadership Conference of the National Diversity Council at the University of Pittsburgh in September. Sister Candace was the speaker at the Most Powerful and Influential Women Breakfast.
With its theme being “DiversityFIRST,” the conference provided a platform on inclusion and diversity-related issues that impact Pennsylvania.
Other award recipients were Heather Bresch, president, Mylan Pharmaceuticals; Sherri Flaherty, vice president, Human Resources Operations, Cricket Communications; B.J. Leber, president, The Western Pennsylvania Hospital Foundation; Marlee S. Myers, managing partner, Morgan Lewis Mergers; Mary Hines, president, Carlow University; and Tori Haring-Smith, president, Washington & Jefferson College.