MEET & GREET—Kellen Hill, Ray Brooks, Lula Barron and Linda Holmes  (Photo by Debbie Norrell)


The best way for job seekers to find that next position is to network, network, network. On Feb. 21 at the beautiful Savoy Restaurant, Pittsburgh Mercy Health System sponsored “Meet & Greet: Focus on Diversity,” a networking opportunity for human and social service professionals who hold bachelor’s and/or master’s degrees. Attendees were able to enjoy a beautiful and comfortable atmosphere while learning more about Pittsburgh Mercy, one of the region’s largest health and social service nonprofit organizations, serving more than 26,000 people annually in 60 locations in southwestern Pennsylvania and all it has to offer.
Robyn Macklin, program specialist supervisor, says Savoy was the perfect place to bring people together to learn more about Pittsburgh Mercy Health System. “This was a good central location, I know the owner and this was a warm and inviting space,” Macklin said.
The Pittsburgh Mercy Health System, a member of Catholic Health East and sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, is an extension of the Catholic health care ministry to all people in southwestern Pennsylvania. They carry out their mission through core values and with a commitment to being a transforming, healing presence within the communities they serve. They stand with the vulnerable of our communities in assessing needs, collaborating with others, providing services that address the whole person and advocating for social change.

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