The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh Welcomes New President & CEO

September 14, 2017
Photos by Joshua Franzos Photography The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh’s Associate Board members Harry Thompson and George Greer with President & CEO Wendy Pardee. The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh community reception, Pittsburgh Golf Club. September 14, 2017. The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh’s Associate Board members Harry Thompson and George Greer with President & CEO Wendy Pardee. The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh community reception, Pittsburgh Golf Club. September 14, 2017.
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On the evening of Thursday, September 14, the Board of Directors of The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh hosted a community reception at The Pittsburgh Golf Club to introduce new President & CEO Wendy Pardee to community leaders and stakeholders. View the event photo gallery below.


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Wendy comes to Pittsburgh from Ohio, where she was president and CEO of Hattie Lariham, a nonprofit providing medical, residential, recreational and work training services to 1,800 children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Previously, she was president and CEO of Skills of Central Pennsylvania, which serves people with intellectual disabilities. She has a bachelor’s degree in accounting and management of information systems, an MBA and a Ph.D. from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.


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