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Jane Grebenc Receives "Women of Achievement" Honor

Jane Grebenc Receives 'Women of Achievement' Honor

On Thursday, March 6, Jane Grebenc, President of First Commonwealth Bank and Chief Revenue Officer of First Commonwealth Financial Corporation, was honored with a "Women of Achievement" Award at the 9th Annual Celebrate & Share awards ceremony.

"Women of Achievement" honorees were chosen based on excellence in their respective fields, significant contributions to the betterment of their community, and outstanding accomplishments for the advancement of women.

The ceremony was presented by the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office and officially kicked off the observance of Women’s History Month. All proceeds from the event benefit ‘Cribs for Kids,’ an initiative that provides safe sleep education to new mothers and portable cribs to families with infants.

In accepting her award, Jane commented, "I am truly honored to be associated with such a distinguished group of women who have done so much for their professions and for their communities. The values and principles that this award represents are perfectly aligned with our mission at First Commonwealth Bank. This is really a celebration of the hard work being done by so many to ensure a healthy and vibrant community for our neighbors, our families, and the businesses upon which we all depend."

The Women of Achievement Awards bring together a "who’s who" of regional community leaders and business visionaries. This year, 26 women of distinction were recognized for their achievements, including:

  • Regina Broudy, President - Clayton Kendall, Inc.
  • Alma Speed Fox - Freedom Unlimited, Inc.
  • Carol B. Mitchell, CEO - Verland
  • Titina Ott, VP / Worldwide Alliances and Channels - Oracle Corporation
  • Donna C. Peterman, EVP / Chief Communications Officer - PNC Financial Services Group
  • Joan Stein, Former President and CEO - Accessibility Development Assoc.