The ATHENA Awards Program of Greater Pittsburgh distinguishes itself from other regional awards through its emphasis on women mentoring other women and girls.
Two recognitions are presented at its annual luncheon: the traditional ATHENA Award—which since 1990 has celebrated women who demonstrate excellence in their profession, contribute to their community, and mentor other women—and the ATHENA Young Professional Award—created in 2011 to highlight a woman age 35 or younger who dedicates her time and talent to helping other women and girls to thrive.
Each recipient receives a handcrafted sculpture representing the Greek goddess Athena, known for her courage guided by wisdom.
The ATHENA Awards event in Pittsburgh is one of the largest annual gatherings among the hundreds of ATHENA International events presented around the world.
Learn more about sponsorship opportunities here.
For more information contact Allison Kaharick, Director, Major Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health care fraud costs the U.S. more than $380 billion dollars a year. For the next episode of Allegheny Health Network and Highmark's Health Care Reinvented podcast series, we explore how Highmark is using bleeding-edge technology to fight the fraud. https://t.co/4pivQINyGR
RT @blastpointinc: What can software engineers learn from historic engineering disasters? Find out on 8/5 when BlastPoint CEO Alison Alvare…
In this episode of 5G4PGH PA Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill talks about her priorities related to improving connectivity across the Commonwealth. https://t.co/EFlsZ6VD0r
RT @FoodRescueHero: 25% of fresh water in the U.S. goes toward producing food that goes uneaten, and every year the average family throws o…