PNC VP Tanya Moximchalk Receives 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award from Seton Hill
Seton Hill University has honored Tanya Moximchalk with the Distinguished Alumni Leadership Award for 2020.
Tanya Moximchalk graduated from Seton Hill in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in a self-designed major in corporate leadership; she earned her MBA from the University of Pittsburgh in 2005. She has spent the majority of her career in banking, holding many roles including in human resources and product management, and currently serves as Vice President, Business Experience Planning and Administration Manager for Enterprise Innovation at PNC Financial Services. Tanya remembers the lessons she learned at Seton Hill as she gives back to others. She actively mentors early talent through formal and informal partnerships and has served on boards for the Salvation Army of Southwestern PA, WQED and the YWCA Center for Race and Gender Equity. She supports Seton Hill by facilitating partnerships for student internships, providing advice and guidance as a Career Connections Program volunteer, serving as a reunion chair and as a past member of the Alumni Advisory Council and through the creation of the Sr. Colette Toler, S.C. ’57 Endowed Memorial Scholarship, all of which demonstrate her value of “… keeping in mind the outside world and those in our community that may need support…”
The Distinguished Alumni Leadership Award is one of the highest honors given to a graduate, and since 1987, when the award program was established, more than 200 Setonians have been named distinguished alumni for their leadership in education, business, science and technology, the arts, volunteerism and philanthropy. Find out more at setonhill.edu/alumni.