skip to Main Content
DCS is honored to be the East Liberty Chamber's 2020 Minority Owned Business of the Year Recipient.

December 2nd Small Biz Event

New world. New Economical Resources Needed!


Next Generation Organizations are continuously learning. Join Dr. Danielle Davis, President and CEO of Davis Consulting Solutions (DCS) for this online event on December 2, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. to discuss resources available for small businesses and start-ups with special guests:

Juan Garrett, Executive Director at Riverside Center for Innovation (RCI) will discuss BizFIT Entrepreneurial Training Program, affordable office space rental, and the Diversity Business Resource Center (DBRC).

Emily Keebler, is the Kiva Pittsburgh Program Director. RCI partners with Kiva to help make affordable capital available to Pittsburgh’s entrepreneurs.

Attendees can expect:

  • An opportunity to network with other businesses
  • Learn more about their available micro-loans and how they can help you to successfully crowdfund
  • To discuss resources available for start-ups and small businesses
  • Q & A with our guest speakers

 ‼ REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED‼️ A link will be provided to you by email after your registration is complete.


Don’t delay! Join Davis Consulting Solutions (DCS), in collaboration with Hazelwood Initiative and P.O.O.R.L.A.W. for this CONNECTED: Small Business Event.

This event is brought to you in part by the CONNECTED program, partially funded by the Richard King Mellon Foundation, an economic recovery program for the Greater Pittsburgh region.

If you are unable to attend the sessions and would like to know how else we can assist you, please contact us.

About the author:
Dr. Danielle Davis, President and CEO of Davis Consulting Solutions (DCS), is an innovative leader in management consulting and community economic development. She is known for her strategic vision for business and workforce solutions, dedication to social impact, and commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). Dr. Davis has experience in planning, developing, and overseeing programs, procedures and policies to increase DBE participation in over $800 million in procurement, services, and construction processes for housing and revitalization projects. Under her leadership, DCS excels with its multi-generational talent management solutions, averaging over 400 prospects per year that either improve their skills, overcome barriers, or access job opportunities. Her experience encompasses work with corporate, governmental, and nonprofit sectors, fostering collaborative growth and performance improvement. With a strong team and network of associates, she is dedicated to achieving higher levels of success for clients.

Back To Top