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Leadership Washington County (LWC) is proud to announce their new Executive Director, Trish Romano.

Trish Romano holds a master’s degree in organizational leadership and strongly believes that developing future leaders is essential for the success of our community. She excels in leadership development, fiscal management, budget creation and oversight, strategic planning and implementation, programmatic planning, operational oversight, as well as staff recruitment and retention while fostering inclusion.

“As the new Executive Director of LWC, I am grateful for this opportunity to offer programs that build leaders in our area,” said Trish Romano. “I welcome the community’s feedback and intend to work with the LWC Board of Directors and business partners to continue building outstanding programming that assists our community leaders in achieving their goals while strengthening our Southwestern PA communities.”

Mrs. Romano has over 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, working with individuals and families experiencing homelessness, facing mental health crises, navigating challenging home environments, and those affected by food insecurity. 

“In my previous roles, I've strived to meet the community's needs, and one example of that commitment was my instrumental role in the development, implementation, and service delivery of the COVID-19 hotel funded through Allegheny County,” she explained. 

Mrs. Romano reside on four boards: two within Allegheny County and two within Washington County - within those boards, she holds Board Member, Secretary, Treasurer, and Vice President positions. 

“Every person deserves support, development and training opportunities, and every community deserves strong leaders who can lead them into a future of possibilities. I am so excited to grow our programs and meet the needs of our community.”

LWC will continue to be the driving force in shaping the future of our region.

LWC is a leadership program serving Southwestern Pennsylvania since 1998 and the program empowers individuals at all levels of their careers to become effective and impactful leaders. LWC has created a community of leaders who drive positive change in their organizations and society. 


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