Victor holds a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from Washington College, MD, and a Masters and Ph. D. from the School of Public Affairs at American University. He currently serves as the Dean of the College and Graduate and Professional Studies at Millersville University. Previous experience includes: Director, Institute for Regional Development and Masters of Public Administration Program Coordinator at Bridgewater State College, Massachusetts; Faculty, University of North Texas; Faculty, American University; and Manager of Statistical Analysis, International City/County Management Association, Washington, D.C. Victor has published over 30 chapters, articles and monographs on public sector issues, and has consulted with and trained nonprofit and local government professionals across the country, designing and implementing a variety of relevant workshops and applied research projects such as strategic planning, survey research, and needs assessment
Anne has over fourteen years of experience working in the not-for-profit sector. Previously, she worked as a Development Officer for Lancaster General Hospital, raising money for VNA Community Care Services and the Lancaster Cleft Palate Clinic. She also worked for United Way of Lancaster County providing training on outcomes assessment for non-for-profit managers, overseeing the annual allocations process and conducting research for various community needs reports. As the Emergency Social Services Manager at the American Red Cross, she oversaw disaster response in a six-county area. Anne has served as a consultant and trainer for various community organizations and has volunteered for a variety of agencies serving children and youth, persons with physical and mental disabilities and persons who are in prison or homeless, currently serving on the Board of the PA Association of Nonprofit Organizations and on a board committee for the S. June Smith Center. She obtained both her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Social Work from Millersville University and Marywood University respectively.
Stacy holds an undergraduate degree in social work from Millersville University. She is currently in her final semester of the MSW program and be will graduating from Millersville University in May 2013. Stacy worked for PA counseling services for six year. During her time with PCS she was a therapeutic staff supporter and a truancy mentor. She provided truancy interventions services for York City school district and Northeastern school district. Her goal for the future is to be a school social worker where she can offer support to students and families.
Kayla is entering her final semester of her BBA majoring in Management Information Systems from Temple University’s Fox School of Business. Kayla has gained experience and knowledge through her role as a member of Temple University’s Association of Information Systems, a Student Professional Organization. In addition to her experience at Temple, Kayla has worked as a Project Manager for the Philadelphia Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) in facilitating the development and creation of a more efficient method of online student feedback while offering guidance and gaining management skills throughout the project. Additionally, she has gained experience working with the Temple University Libraries to analyze and develop a more efficient electronic reserve system.
Jessica is currently in her final year of the BSW program at Millersville University and will be graduating in May 2013. Jessica has gained knowledge and experience by interning with Water Street Ministries and Domestic Violence Services in previous years, and has worked with the NRN briefly last year. She currently holds the role of Treasurer for the Silencing the Hate Planning Committee and works toward raising awareness of the many forms of oppression found in the world today. Her plans for the future include working in a nonprofit setting providing aid to underprivileged adolescents. In addition, she plans to advocate for the oppressed throughout her social work career.