District Board

2018-2019 Executive Board


Miranda Moses

University of Pittsburgh – Oakland

Miranda is a fifth year senior at the University of Pittsburgh, where she is finishing out her Biology major and Chemistry and German minors. She has been a part of Circle K for five years, serving as her club secretary and club president, as well as District Secretary and District Treasurer. She also currently serves as Secretary of the International Governing Documents and Awards Committee. When she’s not completing tasks for CKI or working, you can find her lounging at home surrounded by her five cats.


Nicole Walters
West Chester University

Nicole is a Junior at West Chester University where she is majoring in Chemistry-Biology and in the Pre-Medical program. She has been a part of the Kiwanis family since high school, where she participated in Key Club. Throughout her involvement in Circle K, Nicole has served as Kiwanis/K-Family Chair and Club President as a Sophomore and Junior, respectively. In her free time, she enjoys watching Netflix, listening to music, and napping.

Miranda Moses

University of Pittsburgh – Oakland

Victoria Downey 
King’s College

Victoria is a Freshman at King’s College in their 5 year Master of Physician Assistant Studies program. Victoria was an active member of Key Club who served as a Lieutenant governor, but her college did not have a Circle K. In under a year, she was able to work with other members of the club to charter a Circle K at her school and was the charter president. However, she has stepped down to serve the Pennsylvania District as Editor. When not fulfilling her K-Family duties, she spends most of her time in the Student Government office and sleeping.

2018-2019 Lieutenant Governors 

Black Diamond Division

Colonial Division
Rebecca Pelachick
Elizabethtown College

Keystone Division
Danielle Wesneski

Pennsylvania College of Technology

Danielle is a freshman at Pennsylvania College of Technology. She is working towards an Associates in Baking and Pastry Arts and planning to continue for her Bachelors Degree in Applied Business Management. Danielle got involved in the K Family her Sophomore year of high school. Since then she served as a Committee Chair for 2 years and Treasurer for a year at Williamsport High School. Upon arriving at Penn College, she helped start the charter process for Penn College Circle K and continued to be President for the remainder of that year until being elected Keystone LTG. In her free time, she can be found watching Disney movies or helping in the kitchen at her church (or any kitchen).

Liberty Division
Daniel Iglesias

University of Pennyslvania


Snowbelt Division
Demerise Eadie
Mercyhurst University

Demerise Eadie is an Art Therapy major in the Honors College of Mercyhurst University. She signed up for Circle K when club members told her she could volunteer with puppies like the one they had brought from the local shelter they frequently volunteer with. She adored how the group brings so many people together simply to serve the community. Since she did not have prior affiliations, she wanted to be more active and applied for her position. If she is not literally glued to one of her assignments, she is usually reading in a hammock, trying to protect the environment, or on a spontaneous adventure with friends.

Three Rivers Division
Andrew Moul
University of Pittsburgh, Oakland

Andrew is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh-Oakland where he is finishing his degree in computer science. As a sophomore in high school, he joined the Kiwanis family and has loved it ever since! In his spare time, Andrew enjoys hiking, biking, playing the piano, and traveling. Feel free to call him Drew or talk to him auf Deutsch, he also enjoys a good pun from time to time.

2018-2019 Committee Chairs

Club Building & Revitalization

Conferences & Conventions
Devyn King

University of Pittsburgh – Oakland


Laws & Regulations
Shea Palmer
West Chester University

Shea is a junior at West Chester University, where she is majoring in Political Science with a focus in International Relations, with a double minor in French and Peace & Conflict Studies. Though she had no previous experience with Key Club or Circle K until her sophomore year of college, she quickly fell in love with the club and the people when she was introduced to it during an involvement fair.  Besides Circle K, she has been the Programs Coordinator of her residence hall for two years and works a part-time job. Two things she loves more than anything are her dogs, Boue and Astro!


For additional Committee Chairs information, please visit our District Committees page.