PIE Honored As Finalist For Cincinnati Chamber & Fifth Third Bank Mentorship Award
Partnership for Innovation in Education CEO Honored as Finalist for Cincinnati Chamber’s Women’s Business Award
CINCINNATI – (Nov. 23, 2015) Partnership for Innovation in Education (PIE) CEO and founder, Mary Welsh Schlueter, has been named a finalist for the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s 10th annual “WE Celebrate” Women’s Business Awards. Mary is a finalist for the Empowerment Award presented by Fifth Third Bank for her ongoing commitment to encouraging and inspiring local students, especially girls and minorities, through her innovative STEM work with PIE.
The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber annual “WE Celebrate” awards recognize women and women-owned businesses for their achievement, innovation, social responsibility and mentoring.
“I am truly honored to be included among these inspiring women leaders in the Greater Cincinnati area. The students, teachers and community partners I work with continually energize me as we bring creative and forward-thinking educational opportunities to our local schools – hoping to inspire the next generation of leaders for our region,” said Mary Welsh Schlueter.
Mary and other finalists will be honored during an awards ceremony held on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015, from 8-9:30 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency Cincinnati. To learn more about the “WE Celebrate” Awards, click here.
Partnership For Innovation In Education (PIE) develops transformational educational tools preparing the 21st century workforce for success in the global marketplace. PIE features first-ever mentoring alliances with education, business and arts organizations, providing hands-on simulations in the K-12 classroom. PIE is a 501c3 nonprofit, tax-exempt organization, awarded the GuideStar Nonprofit “Gold Exchange” Ranking. For more information, visit www.piemedia.org or follow @PIE_Innovation on Twitter.
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