District Governor Joshua Kim
Joshua is an enthusiastic, dedicated, and passionate senior from Upper Dublin High School. He has previously served as the Lieutenant Governor for Division 19, District Secretary-Treasurer, and is now serving as the PA District Governor. He cannot wait to spend his time as Governor unifying the PA Key Club District and ensuring effective communication between the District Board and each club in the District. Joshua’s favorite service project is decorating and filling gift bags for children in the hospital through Caitlin’s Smiles - our PA Youth Serving Youth beneficiary for this year. Outside of Key Club, Joshua stays busy as the Yearbook Editor-in-Chief and Newspaper Editor, and in the National Honors Society, PJAS, Model UN, and FBLA. One fun fact about him is that his favorite fruit is pineapple. If you’d like to contact Joshua, please email him at [email protected].
District Secretary/Treasurer Michael Mullisky
Michael is an organized, hardworking, and enthusiastic senior from Crestwood High School. Last year, he served as the Lieutenant Governor and hopes to bring organization and an increase in membership/new clubs to the Executive Board this year. Michael’s favorite service projects are his home club’s annual Trunk or Treat and the District-wide service opportunities for Caitlin’s Smiles. Aside from Key Club, he is involved in FBLA, Model UN, is the Editor of the Literary Magazine, Green Club, PJAS, chorus, French Club, Interact Club, NHS and Envirothon. A fun fact about Michael is that he shares a birthday with District Bulletin Editor, Alexa. If you’d like to contact him, please email him at [email protected].
District Editor Alexa Tira
Alexa is an outgoing, dependable, and patient senior from Montoursville Area High School. She previously served on the District Board as the Lieutenant Governor of Division 7 and cannot wait to serve her term as Bulletin Editor. This year, she hopes to bring optimism to the Executive Board, as well as the drive to connect as many Key Clubs across the PA District as possible. Alexa’s favorite service project is writing Warrior Pal letters - a penpal system in her home club set up between each fourth grader in the school district and a Key Clubber. Outside of Key Club, Alexa is involved in cross country, track, Mock Trial, National Honors Society, Rho Kappa, YoungLife, and band. A fun fact about her is that she shares a birthday with District Secretary-Treasurer, Michael. If you’d like to contact her, please email Alexa at [email protected].