Widener University trustee earns national recognition for business prominence
Trustee Antoinette “Tonie” Leatherberry has been named to the Black Enterprise list of Most Powerful Women in Business.
Widener University congratulates Antoinette “Tonie” Leatherberry on being named to the Black Enterprise list of Most Powerful Women in Business. The
feature is an exclusive listing of the highest-ranking, most influential African American
Leatherberry, based in Philadelphia, is a principal of Deloitte Consulting LLP and the president of the Deloitte Foundation. She has served many Fortune 500 manufacturing, retail, and consumer business clients
over the course of her career and recently served on Deloitte Consulting LLP’s board
of directors. She holds an undergraduate degree in engineering from Boston University
and a Master of Business Administration from Northeastern University.
Leatherberry joined the Widener University Board of Trustees in May 2015. She is a
highly active, engaged member who serves on the Trusteeship Committee and the Civic
Engagement Committee. Coverage of the Most Powerful Women in Business appeared in
the Black Enterprise January/February issue and online at BlackEnterprise.com.
“I am honored and proud to be recognized for the role I may have played in helping
others reach their highest potential,” Leatherberry said when she was notified of
this distinguished acknowledgement.
“I am very pleased to see Trustee Leatherberry recognized for business leadership.
She is a widely respected professional who is valued for her exceptional skills in
communication, relationship building and mentoring, and her expertise in executive
leadership and innovative business strategy. Her involvement as a university trustee
is a great asset to Widener,” said Julie E. Wollman, university president.
A headshot of Leatherberry is available for download here.
Widener University is a private, metropolitan university that connects curricula to
social issues through civic engagement. Dynamic teaching, active scholarship, personal
attention, leadership development and experiential learning are key components of
the Widener experience. A comprehensive doctorate-granting university, Widener comprises
eight schools and colleges that offer liberal arts and sciences, professional and
pre-professional curricula leading to associate, baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral
degrees. Visit the university website, www.widener.edu.
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