Former Guest on Positively Pittsburgh Live!
December 18 at James Center in West End, E-Women Networking event.
You can listen to her interview on Positively Pittsburgh Live at:
Businesswomen! You can't miss this topic: “What’s Right About Pittsburgh and Our Region"?
We are concerned business women who want to market our businesses effectively, right? Pittsburgh is considered the #1 most livable city in the United States, and as serious women we need to know what sets us apart so that we can provide better services to our clientele. We need to be able to market our businesses locally and nationally in a way that makes people want to know about us and what we do!
After 16 years of successfully promoting our city to recruits and newcomers, Dr. Ellen A. Roth has combined in an informative and entertaining presentation, what people want and need to know about the strengths of our region.
From Dr. Roth we will learn:
The benefits of the high quality of life and the amenities of our region that we all enjoy.
How Pittsburgh’s economy and environment transformed from a smoky steel town to one that is driven by healthcare and education.
How we, as women, can effectively market our Pittsburgh-based businesses nationally and internationally.
Dr. Ellen Roth Ph.D.
Dr. Roth is the President of Getting to the Point, Inc., a premier relocation consulting firm that she co-founded in 1991. Her company assists more than 100 corporations in the Greater Pittsburgh Region recruit and relocate highly sought executives and senior talent.
Ellen Roth began her career studying to be a museum curator. She earned her M.F.A. from Syracuse in Museology (Museum Studies), and her Ph.D. from the School of Education at the University of Pittsburgh. She has combined her curatorial skills, educational background, and passion for Pittsburgh to create a presentation that spreads the exciting news about all that is good and right about Pittsburgh, and our preeminence as the most livable city in America.
Dr. Roth was recently recognized by the Girl Scouts –Trillium Council as a Woman of Distinction in the category of “Professional Woman.” Governor Ed Rendell also honored her for being among the best 50 Women in Business in Pennsylvania (2003). She is a member of the Allegheny Conference Regional Investors Council, and has published numerous articles on relocation and the advantages of living in the Pittsburgh region.