The best ideas start as conversations...
— Jonathan Ive
 

CONVERSATIONALISTS

11th Annual Inclusive Voices Conversationalists Confirmed to Date Include:

  • Antonio A. Baltran, President and CEO, Pittsburgh Mercy Health System

  • Fred Brown, President and CEO, The Forbes Funds

  • Sloane Davidson, Founder and CEO, Hello Neighbor

  • Tami Dixon, Principal Creative & Co-Founder, Bricolage

  • Lina Dostilio, PhDAssociate Vice Chancellor for Community Engagement, University of Pittsburgh

  • Felicia Savage Friedman, Founder, YogaRoots On Location

  • Joyce Gannon, Business Columnist, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

  • Nichelle Hughley, Vice President, Strategy and Planning, PNC Financial Services

  • Noble A-W MaseruPhD, MPH, Director, Center for Health Equity, University of Pittsburgh

  • Mary Phan-Gruber, Executive Director, Jefferson Regional Foundation

  • Carl Redwood, Community Organizer, Hill District Consensus Group

  • Tishekia Williams, Managing Counsel, Regulatory, Duquesne Light Company

  • Robert Young, Managing Director, The Advanced Leadership Initiative (TALI)

 

Sponsors

 
INNOVATOR

INNOVATOR

BRIDGE BUILDER

BRIDGE BUILDER

 

Celebrate the Power of Conversation…!

INCLUSIVE VOICES…

...9 Years…313 Table Hosts….313 Conversations…and more to come!!!

Since 2009, more than 2,500 dynamic, diverse, engaged & interested participants from different walks of life have gathered each spring to share a meal, share ideas and communicate in an effort to effect positive changes in our region.

Program to Aid Citizen Enterprise (PACE) had a unique idea to “set the table” and provide a forum for meaningful conversations, with the goal to foster connections that would put us on the path toward a more inclusive and understanding Pittsburgh. Now, more than ever, the need for these conversations remain critical and PACE is pleased to once again “set the table” for these important, thought-provoking conversations that are so important to our region.

Communication leads to community, understanding and mutual value.
— Rollo May