While Women’s History Month is a time to pause, reflect and recognize the contributions and accomplishments of women, we believe it's important to celebrate and support them year-round.
Women’s History Month at PNC is just one of 12 months that demonstrate the contributions and achievements of women, and show the power of strong relationships with women and women-run businesses. PNC is a year-round supporter of women in the workplace and in the marketplace. Events have been under way since January and will continue throughout the year.
PNC hosts and sponsors dozens of events in support of women all year long, and the majority of those events are not part of Women’s History Month. They are simply how the PNC does business year-round. Here are a few of the highlights.
PNC continues to support this important demographic segment because we are keenly aware of the significant role women play in the workforce, workplace and marketplace.
Chief Diversity Officer
Women of Influence Luncheon with Featured Speaker Gay Gaddis
Gay Gaddis is the founder and chief executive officer of T3, the largest women-owned independent advertising agency in the country.
Little Black Dress: From Mourning to Night
This exhibit features 60+ dresses from the museum's world-renowned textile collection and explores the subject of mourning, as well as the transition of black dresses from a symbol of grief to a symbol of high fashion.
St. Louis, MO
The Ritz Carlton in Charlotte, NC
This year's event will feature a fireside chat with Jennifer Weber, an executive with Duke Energy who will discuss knowing your value, challenging yourself to take career risks and focusing on doing a few things well
Crystal Tea Room - 100 Penn Square
This year's gala will honor Jami Wentz McKeon, partner and global chair of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, the largest law firm in the U.S.