Seton Hill Community Participates in Diversity Conference with Westmoreland Chamber of Commerce
When the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce hosted its Economic Development through Diversity & Inclusion Conference on May 9, Seton Hill faculty members, alumni and students were all featured participants in the event. Debasish Chakraborty, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Business, was the event’s keynote speaker. Lyzona Marshall, M.B.A., assistant professor of business and director of the Wukich Center for Entrepreneurial Opportunities, was a participant on the local business panel along with alumna Ellen Katter ’73, M.S. Ed., director of volunteer services for Excela Health. On the youth panel, current student Steryling Lang talked about his experiences while Samantha Pugner-Piper ’23, who just graduated with her degree in social work, served as the panel’s facilitator.