PITTSBURGH – September 7, 2016 – Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC proudly announces that Rosemary L. Corsetti, a shareholder in the firm’s Pittsburgh office, is the recipient of The Elizabeth Ann Seton Medal, Seton Hill University’s highest honor. Corsetti, a Seton Hill University alumna and past member of the University’s Board of Trustees and the Alumni Association board, will receive the award during the University’s Fall Honors Convocation on September 7, 2016 at 2 p.m.

Corsetti was chosen for this honor because of her numerous professional and personal achievements, especially as related to her work with civic and charitable organizations in the Pittsburgh area.

“Rosemary’s work to strengthen the lives and health of people throughout the region – particularly youth and families in poverty – offers an extraordinary example of the values we hold dear at Seton Hill University and makes her most deserving of this accolade. She sets a marvelous example for our student of a Setonian life well lived,” noted Mary C. Finger, Ed.D., president of Seton Hill University.

Corsetti’s practice focuses on for profit and not-for-profit national health care systems, as well as religious congregations and their incorporated apostolates, social service organizations, long-term care facilities, colleges, universities, high schools and day care centers.

Additionally, Corsetti serves on several boards, including Holy Family Institute, the Boy Scouts of America Laurel Highlands Council, Elizabeth Seton Memory Care Center and the Thomas More Society. The Elizabeth Ann Seton Medal is the latest honor bestowed on Corsetti who was recognized as a Dame of the Order of St. Gregory the Great by Pope John Paul II, received the Mom’s House Inc. Solution of Hope Award, the St. Thomas More Society Award, the Seton Hill Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award and has been named to the Best Lawyers in America in Health Care list since 2008.

The Elizabeth Ann Seton Medal was created by the University’s Alumni Association in 1959 to be awarded to contemporary women whose life achievements parallel in some way that of Seton, the founder of the Sisters of Charity. Medal recipients include, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, Julia Montgomery Walsh, the first woman to earn a seat on the New York Stock Exchange, Corinne (Lindy) Claiborne Boggs, former congresswoman and U.S. ambassador to the Holy See and The Honorable Genevieve Blatt, a distinguished jurist.

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