With her more than 20 years of experience in leadership development and a knack for consulting with new and seasoned leaders to strengthen their skills and overcome business challenges through her Savvy Consulting Group, Rhonda Carson Leach will now be lending her expertise to the University of Pittsburgh as the director of the Urban Entrepreneurship Program at the school’s Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business.
Leach will be responsible for developing and implementing an entrepreneurial development program focused on providing consulting services, educational programs and network building services to address the needs of urban entrepreneurs.
Along with her service as director of the entrepreneurship program and owner and president of Savvy Consulting Group, Leach’s years of experience include serving as a business consultant at Duquesne University, an executive assistant at Bidwell Manchester Corporation, and an administrator and marketing representative at Duquesne Slag Products. She is graduate Western New England College in Massachusetts, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology and Geneva College, where she earned her master’s in organizational leadership.

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