District Board

2017-2018 Executive Board

Devyn King
University of Pittsburgh, Oakland

Devyn is a Junior at the University of Pittsburgh, Oakland where she is majoring in Theatre Arts and Urban Studies with a concentration in Planning.  She started her Kiwanis Family journey in the Capital District of Key Club International during her freshman year of high school, and before graduating served as club secretary, Kiwanis Family District Committee Chair, and Lieutenant Governor.  Since joining Circle K, she has served as Colonial Division Governor’s Representative and District Secretary, and is now in her second term as Governor. In the little free time she has, she enjoys memes, playing ukulele, taking pictures of food, and petting every dog she can find.

Miranda Moses
University of Pittsburgh, Oakland

Miranda is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh-Oakland pursuing a Biology major and German and Chemistry minors. She has been a part of the Kiwanis Family since her junior year of high school and has since served as Pitt-Oakland’s Secretary and President, winning Outstanding for both positions. In her spare time, she enjoys petting cats, drinking coffee, and online shopping for things she probably can’t afford.


Cody Derhammer 
University of Pittsburgh, Oakland

Cody is a Senior at the University of Pittsburgh Oakland. He is currently a Biology major with a minor in Chemistry. His future plans are to attend Graduate school to pursue a degree in Microbiology. He hopes to one day be able to work on vaccines that will save people from preventable diseases. Cody’s involvement in the Kiwanis family started in Key Club. He has been hooked ever since.


Joshua Porterfield 
University of Pittsburgh, Bradford


Joshua Porterfield attends the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. At Pitt-Bradford, he studies public relations and has a minor in graphic design. Joshua currently resides in Murrysville, PA where he works as a dinning associate for Morrison Community Living. He has been speaking Chinese for the past six years, playing the clarinet for the past ten years, and enjoys socializing in his free time. Joshua looks forward to serving as District Editor.

2017-2018 Lieutenant Governors and Governor’s Representatives

Black Diamond Division
Giancarlo Ponticello
University of Scranton

Giancarlo is a sophomore at the University of Scranton working towards a bachelors in Human Resources with a minor in Business. He began his journey in the Kiwanis family in the New Jersey District of Key Club International during his freshman year in high school. He served in various positions and leadership roles on the club extended board before serving as Club President in his senior year. In addition to his involvement in the K Family, Giancarlo is also an Eagle Scout and is involved with FIRE, a leadership organization at the University of Scranton. In his free time, you can find him playing guitar, hiking, or reading.


Colonial Division
Kayla Heisey
Elizabethtown College


Kayla Heisey is a Junior at Elizabethtown college. She is hoping to earn her Master’s degree in the 4+1 program in Early Childhood and Special Education. She has been a part of the Kiwanis family since her freshman year of high school where she was a part of Key Club. She then joined Circle K her freshman year of college but was not heavily involved until this semester. In her free time, you can find Kayla reading a book, at dance practice, or sleeping.


Keystone Division
Megan McKenna
Lock Haven University

Megan McKenna is a senior at Lock Haven University. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Secondary English and Special Education with a minor in Women and Gender Studies. After college, she hopes to receive a Master’s Degree in Guidance Counseling. Megan is also involved in the LHU Global Honors Program. Megan got into the Kiwanis family her freshmen year of college, and has been in love ever since. She served two years as the vice president and one year as president before joining the district board. If you were to look for her in her free time, she would probably reading or watching a Disney movie.


Liberty Division
Rachael McDonald
West Chester University

Rachael is a junior at West Chester University majoring in Earth and Space Education. She joined the Circle K family last year serving as her club’s treasurer. Rachael now serves as the K-family/social co-chair at her school. She also coaches several cheerleading teams ranging from elementary to middle school age. In her free time she likes hang out with her turtle Franklin.


Snowbelt Division
Kristen Laemmer
University of Pittsburgh, Bradford


Three Rivers Division
Sarah Feinberg
University of Pittsburgh, Oakland

Sarah is a sophomore at the University of Pittsburgh-Oakland where she plans on majoring in Global Management and Marketing. Sarah first joined Circle K her freshman year of college and became the Editor of her club, receiving Outstanding Editor and first place for her club’s scrapbook and website. In her spare time she likes to do various types of art and doing outdoor activities.


2017-2018 Committee Chairs

Club Building & Revitalization
Jessica Tressa
Lock Haven University

Jessica Tressa is a Senior at Lock Haven University. She is pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Communication, with a concentration in Public Relations and Advertising, and a minor in Studio Art. She works as amanagement intern with Wegmans food markets, a student ambassador for LHU, and a student assistant for a Communication professor. Jessica has been a part of the Kiwanis family since her freshman year of high school, and after attending Key Club convention she fell in love with service. Freshman year after finding out that LHU did not have a CKI, she got a group of friends together and started a club on the campus. She served two years as club president and then a year as Keystone LTG. This year she is excited to help clubs build and charter just as the board helped her club. When she isn’t doing something for Circle K or working she is likely talking about Wegmans, playing Xbox, or binge watching Netflix.

Conferences & Conventions
Tyler Tallmadge
Lock Haven University

Tyler is a Senior at Lock Haven University. He is pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in English with a concentration in Writing with a minor in Women and Gender Studies. He plans to pursue a Master’s degree in Literature and then an English Doctorate. He helped charter the Lock Haven University Circle K his freshman year and held the position of secretary from the start. In the 2016-2017 CKI year he was awarded the Distinguished Secretary award. In his spare time, he is likely reading, playing PlayStation, or watching Netflix like it’s his job.


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!


Scott Tustin
Penn State University – University Park

Scott Tustin is a senior at Pennsylvania State University-University Park where he majors in Mechanical Engineering. He was introduced to the Kiwanis family in high school where he was a member of Key Club. Scott later joined Circle K in college where he served as fundraising chair for his home club last year. Scott likes to hike, read, and take photos in his free time.



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