Chatham University

Upcoming Events

  • Nov

    MyBusiness Growth Workshop

    09:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    As Mj Callaway takes you on a sales conversation journey, you’ll discover how sales is both an art and science. In Growing Your Sales 2.0: Virtually and In Person, you’ll learn the mistakes you’ll want to avoid and the secrets to increasing sales. Your takeaways include: A true and tried sales formula to increase sales; Three warning signs you need to know to turn around the conversation; How to pose your questions to get the results you want.Offered in partnership with Chatham's Women's Business Center

  • Nov

    Thinking Bigger: Opening Networking Reception & Post-Election Analysis Panel

    5:30 PM - 7:45 PM

    Join us in kicking off Thinking Bigger by getting to know center directors, Chatham faculty, speakers, and fellow attendees at the reception to set the tone for Thinking Bigger, followed by a Post-Election Analysis panel, featuring Abby Phillip of the Washington Post, Chris Potter of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and Christine Toretti of the Republican National Committee.
    Program support is offered by Tom and Bonnie VanKirk '81

  • Nov

    Thinking Bigger: Veteran’s Day Entrepreneurial Recognition Breakfast

    08:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    This Veteran's Day Entrepreneurial Breakfast is a part of our three days of Thinking Bigger: Women in 2016. Join us for this expanded, sit-down breakfast and hear from two amazing speakers:
    “Journey to Normal: Women Warriors Enter the Workforce”
    Women are leading – in business and on the battlefield. Over 15% of the U.S. Armed Forces are women, and the lift of the Combat Exclusion Policy means they are officially serving on the frontlines of the longest war in our nation’s history. As these women combat veterans return to their families and communities after deployment, what does the transition from the warfront to the workforce look like? How do military skills transfer to a civilian job? Why hire veterans? What do veterans value in a civilian profession? Director/Producer JulieHera DeStefano will share the experiences of Journey to Normal project participants as these remarkable women warriors enter the workforce.
    “What Entrepreneurs Can Learn from Successful Women Veteran Business Owners”
    As a female veteran and as a successful woman entrepreneur, the skills developed during active duty service have directly impacted Dr. Kelly Hunt's career path and entrepreneurial journey. These skills include the dimensions of innovativeness, risk taking, and proactivity, which are as important on the battlefield as they are in the boardroom. According to Michele Markey, vice president of Kauffman FastTrac, “Veterans possess some of the most important skills needed to become successful entrepreneurs. Leadership experience and the ability to calculate risk, manage teams and take initiative are invaluable characteristics of successful business owners.” The good news for those who have never served is that these skills can be learned!

  • Nov

    MyBusiness Growth Workshop

    09:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    Get your business ready to grow using QuickBooks with this interactive workshop. The workshop will include company setup and how to enter data and transactions, as well as review of reports, tools and management information.
    This workshop is appropriate for new users as well as businesses who have been using QuickBooks but would like some additional training. Learn some new shortcuts and features!Offered in partnership with Chatham's Women's Business Center

  • Nov

    MyBusiness Growth Workshop

    05:30 PM - 07:00 PM
    Learn what you need to prepare, including credit scores and repair, personal finances, financial spreadsheets and business plans, purpose of the funds (facilitated by Judith Herron, CPA, of Markowitz, Dugan & Associates). Also learn about the loan application process: what to expect, review process, requirements, red flags, and SBA loan programs (facilitated by Aaron Aldrich of Bridgeway Capital)
    Offered at no cost, in partnership with Chatham's Women's Business Center

  • Dec

    Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series

    08:00 AM - 09:30 AM
    Utilizing the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank as a case study, Lisa Scales will discuss the adjustments in organizational culture, talent, and operations that are required for transformational growth in an organization.