Chatham University

Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series

Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series

Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series


2nd Friday/each month (September – June)




Registration & Breakfast available
at 7:30am

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Non-Chatham Student and Veteran's Rate: $12.00 with valid student ID.
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James Laughlin Music Center, Chatham University
Shadyside Campus
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The Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series features prominent regional women business leaders speaking on a variety of progressive business topics. Casual networking and a continental breakfast precede engaging and interactive presentations on topics essential for women in business such as innovative entrepreneurship, strategic business growth, unique marketing strategies, and logistical business planning.

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Upcoming Dates & Speakers

Friday, June 08

Embracing Your Passion

How often does your career inspiration and interest connect to your personal passion? This interactive presentation from Dina L. Clark, Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Covestro LLC, will highlight the importance of building passion into your focus as you navigate your personal and professional journey, and challenge participants to answer their “Why?” question. Participants will also be able to: -Consider how bias might impact or impede the strategic development process -Identify at least 3 resources to consider for ongoing professional development -Identify ways to continue to build genuine, strategic relationships


Dina L. Clark

Dina L. Clark

Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Covestro LLC

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In August 2015, Dina L. Clark began her role with Covestro LLC as the Head of Diversity & Inclusion at their North American headquarters based in Pittsburgh. In this role, Dina spearheads the development and implementation of diversity strategies and initiatives for Covestro across the United States and Mexico. Dina also serves on Covestro’s global diversity and inclusion council, as well as the global diversity core team, currently based in Leverkusen, Germany. Her primary focus areas of diversity, equity and inclusion are complemented by a strong training background. She has conducted several presentations nationwide, including workshops for Family Communications Inc. (producers of “Mr. Rogers Neighborhood”), Vassar College, University of Michigan, Magnet Schools of New York, New York State Department of Health and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In addition to training, Dina was selected for a fellowship with the Children’s Defense Fund in Washington, D.C. and was named as one of Pittsburgh’s 40 under 40 leaders by Pittsburgh Magazine. She was also named one of 50 recipients of the "Women of Excellence" award, from the Pittsburgh Courier, a 2015 recipient of the Allegheny County Bar Association Homer S. Brown Spirit Award and in 2017 was featured in the Women & Business section of Pittsburgh Magazine for her work in developing and strengthening D & I strategy. Dina is very involved in the Pittsburgh community. She is a graduate of Leadership Pittsburgh Inc. (Class XXIII), and currently serves on several boards and advisory committees. In addition, Dina has also worked as a professional tester for housing discrimination for the Fair Housing Partnership of Pittsburgh and as a long-term diversity/anti-bias trainer for the Anti-Defamation League. She was also selected as a participant for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Citizen’s Academy and continues to serve as a board member of the FBI Citizen’s Academy Alumni Association, with a focus on civil rights. Dina has a bachelor’s degree in psychology/child and family studies from Syracuse University, a master’s degree from Duquesne University, with a focus on global leadership, and she is currently working on her Doctorate in Education at Point Park University, with a focus on leadership and administration.

Program Partner

Pittsburgh Entrepreneurs Forum