2023 Onyx Woman Leadership Awards Honoree Charonda L. Hill

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Charonda L. Hill, a servant leader with nearly two decades of impactful work across the education, nonprofit, and corporate arenas, has led and secured multi-billion-dollar statewide pursuits and fostering of school, family, and community relationships to build networks that afford our city improved transportation systems and prepare our youth for successful futures. As a premier consultant, Ms. Hill designs programs and trainings for executive leadership and provides complex logistical and branding coordination for various sectors of organizations.

Specializing in organizational transformation and intercultural communications, Ms. Hill curates exclusive events that fortify deeply embedded change while synchronizing initiatives set to enact momentum to large-scale inclusive thought, vision, and mission. Charonda is a member of the Alumni Council at her alma mater, Penn State University, and serves as the president of the African American Alumni Organization of Pittsburgh. She has mentored countless youth from the area and is a proponent for students of color advocacy as they obtain undergraduate and advanced degrees. Charonda is the founder and owner of Hilled, LLC, and is a Senior Change Communications Strategy Consultant at TiER 1 Performance, partnering with nonprofits and global fortune 500 companies alike to bring customized solutions to fit delicate business challenges that focus on the heart of the organization and its people.

This year, our focus is on leadership and self-care. Our honorees were asked to tell our readers how they incorporate self-care into their busy life.

Self-Care

The busyness of schedules warrants self-care, maintained inside out…. If you feel good, often you look good. While many (including myself) are ritualistic when it comes to pedicures, hair appointments, and spa treatments, who can say they actively set aside time and intentional thought, auditing their inner self and all, it encompasses? Studying what drives them, devalues them, misleads them with prideful boasts, or celebrates and recreates what another leader has gifted as lessons learned? Uninterrupted meditative time to search oneself. Taking what’s innermost and writing/singing/dancing/proclaiming what is true to you to keep your path aligned to you.

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