Triad publisher receives doctorate

Sheila Robinson, publisher & CEO of Diversity Woman Magazine

Triad publisher receives doctorate
June 09
06:30 2016


Triad founder, publisher & CEO of Diversity Woman Magazine, Sheila Robinson, was conferred with the degree Doctor of Education during University of Pennsylvania’s 260th commencement ceremony, held on Saturday, May 14.

During her four years of study at The University of Pennsylvania, Robinson earned a Chief Learning Officer (CLO) certificate for Talent Leaders from Penn’s Business School (Wharton), and a Master’s of Science from the School of Education (GSE).  Both were optional pre-requisites to the Chief Learning Officer Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.).

The Penn CLO Executive Doctoral Program is the first of its kind and designed for professionals who are passionate about creating value at the intersection of learning and business, and focuses on preparing executives for success as learning and talent development leaders.

From its inception, the program has drawn on Penn’s rich history of innovation, research, and practical application going back to Benjamin Franklin, the University’s founder.

Robinson plans to continue her work to impact women in leadership and gender diversity in the workplace.

Diversity Woman Magazine currently serves over 250,000 women through its publication, website and live events with its mission to support the leadership and executive development of women of all races, cultures and backgrounds.  Robinson also is the author of “Lead by Example,” a book and workbook on entrepreneurship and how to successfully lead in corporate America.

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