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University’s most prestigious alumni honor to be presented on November 10th
PITTSBURGH – Five Laureates will be honored with Carlow University’s most lauded and prestigious honor for alumni. The ceremony will take place in-person on Thursday, November 10th.
“Those we honor with the Carlow Laureate award represent the very best of our community,” said Kathy W. Humphrey, PhD, president, Carlow University. “We strive to provide a transformative experience for students, equipping them with the tools to lead with compassion. To be recognized as a Carlow Laureate is recognition of such achievement.”
Carlow Laureates are alumni whose work, thought and action demonstrate the highest standards of professional accomplishment and leadership, whether it is in their workplace, in academics or through community service. Recipients of this award are lasting tributes to their own professional excellence, the transformational education they received at Carlow and the dynamic environment that helped to fuel their ambitions and their desire to make a difference in the best ways they can.
Carlow has named five distinguished alumni to its 2022 class of Carlow Laureates. For a list of full biographies, please click here.
Amy Johnston Allen, Esq.
Lead Counsel, Business Model, and Employment Litigation
FedEx Ground- Pittsburgh, PA
BA Philosophy 2000, MBA 2020, Certificate in Fraud and Forensics 2021
Sabrina Saunders Mosby
Chief Executive Officer
Vibrant Pittsburgh- Pittsburgh, PA
MS Professional Leadership 2011
Morton D. Stanfield, Jr.
Senior Vice President, Community Development,
Dollar Bank- Pittsburgh, PA
Professional Writing 2004
Charleeda Redman, RN, MSN, ACM, FAACM
Vice President, Strategy Integration
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Young Carlow Laureate Awardee
Artist, Author, and Activist
BA Art Therapy Preparation 2019
About Carlow University
Located in Oakland, the heart of Pittsburgh’s “Eds, Meds, and Tech” district, Carlow University is a private, co-educational, Catholic university founded in 1929 by the Sisters of Mercy. Offering an intimate, personable environment and faculty focused on teaching excellence and experiential learning, Carlow is known for its strong commitment to social justice, ethical forward-thinking leadership and meaningful services that make a positive impact in the community and beyond.
Carlow University is unique in serving babies to age three through its early childhood education center, children PreK to K-8 at its Campus Lab School, and students from high school to age 82 through its campus network and online educational offerings. From undergraduate degree programs to more than 50 graduate, doctoral and certificate programs, Carlow students graduate ready to meet today’s workforce demands for specialized knowledge and skills. Approximately, 98% of Carlow undergraduate alumni are enrolled in an advanced degree program or employed within six months of graduation.