Sabrina Saunders Mosby
President & Chief Executive Officer
Sabrina Saunders Mosby currently serves as President and Chief Executive Officer for Vibrant Pittsburgh, a premier economic development organization working to attract, retain, and elevate a diverse regional workforce.
Sabrina has a broad background of executive leadership experience with a variety of nonprofit organizations, and government offices at the local and federal level. She is deeply involved in public service, as well as political and community organizations, serving on numerous nonprofit boards and in a variety of leadership roles.
Sabrina is an alumnus of Leadership Pittsburghs LDI XVII, was named the inaugural Young Professional of the Year by the NAACPPittsburgh Unit, received the NSI Community Spirit Award for her selfless commitment to the greater Pittsburgh community and was named a finalist for the Pittsburgh Young Athena Award.
COO and Vice President, Programs and Services
Lora McKnight is responsible for leadership and programmatic development at Vibrant Pittsburgh, driving change and advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the Pittsburgh region. In her 8 years with Vibrant Pittsburgh, Lora has developed and facilitated a variety of programs to accelerate the adoption of best practices in diversity, equity, and inclusion, including the D&I Forum, Next Generation Council, PGHNewcomerConnect, the Vibrant Index, and Vibrant Talent Consultants.
Lora has been with Vibrant Pittsburgh since 2012, and previously worked with The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Southwestern PA and Chatham University. Lora received her Bachelor of Science (Psychology) degree from Illinois State University, and holds a MLIS degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
Assistant Vice President of Membership Development & External Relations
Gina joined Vibrant Pittsburgh with over 15 years of professional
executive management, entrepreneurship, business development and consulting for
nonprofit, corporate and community growth. As a strong advocate for tech
equity, inclusion and entrepreneurship, she was
named the first-ever Director of Diversity and Inclusion at the Pittsburgh
Technology Council and served in a dual capacity as Director of Member
Engagement. In collaboration with the State of Pennsylvania, she works as a
coordinator for the Keystone Innovation Zone, a state tax credit program for
local startups. Gina believes the world should be better connected to all of
the resources Pittsburgh has to offer.
Gina currently volunteers her time as a founding member of the
Emerging Leaders Board for the Western PA Conservancy and the 412 Black Jewish
Collaboration. She recently joined Women in Tech
PGH as Vice-President and Carlow Universitys Advisory Council for the College
of Learning and Innovation. A native of the Pittsburgh region (McKeesport), she
holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Psychology from the University of
Pittsburgh and is a recent graduate of the EDGE Womens Leadership program.
Kate Madey serves as Vibrant Pittsburghs Office Manager and is responsible
for coordinating all office functions and providing administrative support. Her
responsibilities include accounts receivable/payable, payroll, vendor inquiries
and assistance, member and Board of Directors assistance, and staff support
including calendar coordination, meeting arrangements and program and event
support. Kate is a creative, motivated and self-directed professional with over
twenty years of experience in both nonprofit and for-profit industries. Kate is
a native Pittsburgher, has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Point Park
University and enjoys writing, singing and tutoring in her spare time.
Member Services Associate
Silvia has lived in Pittsburgh for the past 9 years, but she is originally from Peru. Before coming to Vibrant Pittsburgh she worked as a volunteer at the Hillman Cancer Center as a research assistant for the Biobehavioral program. She went to college while living in the UK and has a Bachelors degree in Sociology and Social Policy from the University of Southampton, UK. She speaks Spanish, English and French as she also lived in France for 4 years.
Workplace Solutions Analyst
Alexandria Johnson serves as the Workplace Solutions Analyst, responsible for managing all Vibrant Pittsburgh data, research initiatives, as well as projects for all member organizations. Prior to joining the Vibrant team, Alexandria was employed with Highmark Health as a Diversity & Inclusion Specialist.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Psychology with minors in Supply Chain Management
and Management from The Pennsylvania State University obtained in May 2018. She spent a few years
conducting global research studies related to teaching creativity in adults, language, and global
workplace environments (which was translated into three different languages and administered in five
different countries). From her extensive global research, engagement within corporate diversity, and study abroad
experience, she has grown to understand the importance of cultural competency and embracing
Social Media Intern
Caitlin Reitz has been working in social media marketing for the past 4 years, and currently serves as the Social Media Intern for Vibrant Pittsburgh. She's currently a senior at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, majoring in Marketing. Caitlin also works as the team manager for the Eberly College of Business and Information Technology Digital Marketing Team, and works with the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and the Warren County Visitors Bureau to help manage their social media accounts. She enjoys working with non-profits and small businesses in order to further their business goals and objectives.
Talent Engagement and Community Relations Ally
Minnie Jones is
a 2020-21 Public Allies/AmeriCorps member serving at Vibrant Pittsburgh as the
Talent Engagement and Community Relations Ally. After graduating from Baldwin
High School in 2017, she began pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering at the University
of Pittsburgh at Johnstown (UPJ) with a minor in Music. While there, Minnie was
able to hold several leadership positions in the various clubs and
organizations she was involved with, including the Executive board of UPJs
chapter of Habitat for Humanity, President and founder of an a cappella group entitled Treble in the
Making, one of UPJs first Orientation leaders, the co-founder and Vice
President of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) chapter at UPJ, and
the President of the Concert and Chamber Choir.
beginning of 2020, Jones became a participant and Student Ambassador for the Vibrant
Pittsburgh CAMP program, giving her both a valuable mentor, and an introduction
to the amazing work done by Vibrant Pittsburgh. During her 10-month apprenticeship,
Minnie hopes to assist in the vital work that Vibrant Pittsburgh is doing to
make her hometown a more diverse and inclusive place.