State of State 2019-2020 Executive Board
Cory Steinle is a senior at Penn State studying Human Resources and Employment Relations, Communication Arts & Sciences, and Labor and Human Resources, and is a member of the Schreyer Honors College and Paterno Fellows Program. Cory joined State of State in 2016 as a member of the content committee, and previously served as the Partnerships Co-Director in 2017. Outside of State of State, Cory is very involved with tutoring and education on campus. He started a free college consulting service, serves as the Administrative Coordinator at the PSU Writing Center, tutors with Penn State's Speaking Center, and serves as a Teaching Assistant in Labor and Employment Law (LER 201/401) with the Graduate Department of Labor and Employment Relations. Additionally, Cory is passionate about consulting, through which he serves as the co-chair for case preparation with the Schreyer Consulting Group. Cory spent the past summer interning with Deloitte LLP in their Government and Public Services practice. Upon graduation, he plans to spend several years in the consulting industry before returning to business or law school. Cory is passionate about fairness and justice on our campus, and hopes to elevate those principles through his involvement with State of State. Feel free to email Cory with suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com.
Eujean is a senior studying global and international studies, international relations and comparative literature. This year she will join the team as the Operations Director. Eujean joined State of State as a junior as a part of the content committee team. During her time here, she was incredibly inspired by the students in the organization and the community environment that was motivated by creating positive change at Penn State. Although she has always been passionate about learning social justice issues, State of State has created a pathway to facilitate actual positive change that starts at our Penn State community. State of State represents many of the reasons why communication is so important and effective in our society, how words and dialogue can create unity and a fight for issues that are crucial for us to bring attention to. This year through State of State, she hopes to help create an excellent conference for the best listening and learning experience possible. Outside of State of State you can catch Eujean dancing, hanging with friends, reading or listening to music! She also loves to travel to new places and learn about their history and culture.
PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR
Hope Burley is a sophomore at Penn State majoring in Telecommunications. She spent her freshman year as a member of the State of State PR committee and is very eager to start as a PR production director in the fall! Her biggest goals for State of State 2019/2020 include gaining a larger student involvement for the organization as well as increasing publicity for our conferences overall. She sees State of State as a great way to spark a change on campus and get involved with the Penn State community. Outside of State of State, Hope is a PR chair for her THON organization Futures, and a member of the production crew for PSNtv. She is so excited to spend her sophomore year working with State of State, gaining more experience in video production and public relations, and watching Penn State football!! If you have any questions, feel free to contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT DIRECTOR
Wylyn McCullough is a Junior at The Pennsylvania State University, located nearby her birthplace at Mount Nittany Medical. She is currently studying Materials Science and Engineering with plans to minor in Computer Engineering. Wylyn conducts research in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering and is involved in the Materials Advantage Club. Since she was young, Wylyn's unwavering belief in science has encouraged her to pursue the truth about the world in a manner of ways. She strongly believes the future of humanity relies on curiosity and her childhood dream is to one day become an ambassador for the sciences. Besides her passion for anything science related, Wylyn regards the arts very highly. She pursues her own artistic endeavors while dedicating her free time to promoting education and collaboration between people of various backgrounds. As the Community Engagement Director for 2019/2020, Wylyn desires to spread awareness of State of State as an organization and to work directly with all members of the immediate community and beyond. She plans to elevate State of State to a greater leadership status in an effort to advocate for discussion surrounding Centre County's most pivotal issues. As a long-time citizen of the community, Wylyn would like to emphasize the seriousness of finding common ground between students and residents of the area. If you're trying to locate Wylyn on campus this year, check out the commuter lots. She will probably be taking a nap in her car between classes.
Natalie Graham is a junior is the Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications as a broadcast journalism major. She is minoring in entrepreneurship and innovation, as well as global and international studies. She was involved with State of State her sophomore year on the content committee working with speakers one on one. She hopes for our organization to gain more popularity within the community and create stronger relationships with other student organizations and businesses downtown. She believes our organization is not only about talking about a change, but making a change. Outside of State of State she is an entertainment anchor on the Penn State Television Network for their news program. She also is involved in her sorority, Kappa Delta and is on a dancer relations THON committee. She hopes to dance one day in hope for a cure.
PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR
Caela is in her final year at Penn State studying Photojournalism and International Development. During her time as a student, Camazine has been very involved on campus with organizations such as THON, Student Non-Profit Consulting Organization, and Global Brigades. As a native member of the State College community, she has seen firsthand the impact dialogues created by State of State can have, which has fostered within her a deep belief in the power of conversation and connection. Upon graduation this Spring she will pursue her MBA in Madrid, Spain, where she hopes to continue to share the values of State of State. Feel free to reach out to her at email@example.com.