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Manhattanville Summit In Purchase Features Top Women CEOs

Patricia Galloway is the president and CEO of Pegasus Global Holdings Inc. Photo Credit: Contributed
Evelyne R. Matthews is the CEO of Matthews and Matthews Consulting. Photo Credit: Contributed
Vicki Escarra is the global chief executive officer at Opportunity International. Photo Credit: Contributed

HARRISON, N.Y. -- The new Women’s Leadership Institute at Manhattanville School of Business will feature several of the nation’s top women business leaders at a one-day conference on Wednesday.

Keynote speakers for the inaugural “Rising to the Challenge” leadership summit will be Patricia Galloway, president and CEO of Pegasus Global Holdings Inc.; Vicki Escarra, global chief executive officer, Opportunity International; and Evelyne R. Matthews, CEO of Matthews and Matthews Consulting.

“The breadth and depth of topics and opportunities at this leadership conference is unprecedented for women in the Hudson Valley and Connecticut,” said Kathryn Meany, the director of the new institute, which is part of MSB.

It is geared to women executives, women entrepreneurs and emerging women leaders, and will include interactive concurrent workshops, panel discussions, C-suite networking and action planning. Workshop agendas will include: "Leadership From the Inside Out"; "Essentials of Business & Financial Acumen"; "Take the Lead as CEO of Your Career"; and "Get LinkedIn Savvy."

Registration and additional information about the conference, which will be held at Reid Castle on the Manhattanville College campus in Purchase, can be obtained at http://community.mville.edu/msb .

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