2023 Onyx Woman Leadership Awards Honoree Dionna Rojas


Dionna is a highly accomplished Speaker, Author, Award-Winning Business Owner, and Certified Master Life Coach with 30 years of human service experience. Throughout her career, she has worked to mitigate disparities in systems serving families, re-entrants, disabilities, and workforce development.

Dionna’s outstanding work has been recognized with multiple awards, including the 2018 Pittsburgh Courier Women of Excellence and the 2018 Onyx Woman Emerging Leader award. Her dedication to empowering women and vulnerable communities is truly exceptional, and we are proud to recognize her contributions tonight.

In addition to her many accomplishments, Dionna currently serves as the Program Administrator for the Mentoring Program for Brown Mamas and the group facilitator for the 2023 Sister Circle series beginning in June of this year. Her expertise in mentoring and coaching has also led her to be contracted with Shawna Solomon and Associates as an Accountability Coach and Work-Life Strategist.
Dionna’s commitment to empowering and promoting the growth and development of others is truly inspiring. Her ability to draw strength from within and develop social, emotional and cognitive health and well-being in others has profoundly impacted countless individuals and families.

We asked our leadership honorees to share their self-care routines.

Everything begins from within. My spirit and soul need to be in the right space. My Faith in Christ and how I live that out is the beginning of my self-care. I incorporate prayer, journaling, and time with God, whether walking while meditating on a principle or scripture that speaks to me or listening to a song or message that speaks to me. When I am living out the practices of my Faith, I am able to connect with others in a more dynamic way, and it keeps me in tune with what my body needs as well as my mental health. As a woman of a certain age, prioritizing what I say “Yes” to and having healthy boundaries for my personal and professional commitments is an important practice. I always say having healthy boundaries is not a separation but an education in how to communicate and build relationships with you.

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