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The ImaginePittsburgh.com Neighbors are people from around the corner and around the globe who have chosen the Pittsburgh region as the place to advance their careers and build their lives.

Double-click on their photos to learn more about how they found their place in Pittsburgh, and connect with them via their LinkedIn profiles. Or click on the square icons below to sort them by Neighbor type, and take our quiz to find out what type of Neighbor you are – or could be!

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 Experienced Professional: Career opportunities are particularly strong for people with a number of years of work experience.Entreprenuer: As an affordable region with supportive programs like Innovation Works, AlphaLab, the Pittsburgh Technology Council and the Pittsburgh LifeSciences Greenhouse – plus a talented pool of graduates from top universities – Pittsburgh is a place where entrepreneurs can turn their ideas into reality. City Centric: With nearly 100 distinct city neighborhoods connected by robust transit system amid lush green space, a thriving cultural and restaurant scene and growing downtown housing options, an urban life offers many benefits.Global Citizen: With three-dozen colleges and universities, a rich immigrant history and friendly people, the region is attractive to many internationals and those with a global view.Young Professional: Young, educated professionals are increasingly choosing to move to – or stay in – the Pittsburgh region.Outdoor Enthusiast: With miles of rivers, restored trails, four distinct seasons and perhaps the most lushly green, distinctive topography in the country, you’ll never want for options.Family Focused: With lower housing prices than other major cities, good schools and The Pittsburgh Promise college scholarship program for to city school graduates, the Pittsburgh region helps parents do their best for their kids.Relocating Partner: A loved one may have found a career here; what about you? Turns out there are lots of ways to find your place in Pittsburgh.
Adriane Harrison
Venture Outdoors
Anne Marie Toccket
AWAMAKI, and The Big Idea Bookstore
Brian Nock
Environmental Air, Inc.
Chris Scheve
Exterran
Don Charlton
Jazz (formerly The Resumator)
Gary Stout
Bikes Unlimited
Julie Throckmorton
Washington & Jefferson College
Kerianne Mamula
Joseph B. Fay
Kyle Holbrook
MLK Community Mural Project
Linsey McDaniel
Winchester Thurston School
Mark Beckett
Century Steel Erectors Co.
Nevena Staresinic
Moderna Relocations
Nicole Ziccarelli
Ziccarelli Law; Mediterranean Baby
Phil Mollenkof
The Pittsburgh Promise
Rachel Hienz
Hanlon Electric Co.
Rekha Shukla
Nonprofit Consultant
Sarah Arimoto-Mercer
Duquesne University School of Law