Governor Maggie Karpinski
Once her time in Builder’s Club was coming to an end, Maggie Karpinski’s science teacher advised her to join Key Club at Shikellamy High School. Maggie can safely say that joining Key Club was the best decision she has ever made. She knew that she wanted to run for District Governor after serving as the Lieutenant Governor for her Division last year. This is an accomplishment that Maggie is most proud of, and she is ecstatic to have the opportunity to serve the organization that has provided her with so many opportunities. Maggie has 6 nieces that hold a special place in her heart. She loves to hang out with them, her dog, Abby, and her amazing friends. Since the age of 2, Maggie has been dancing at Catherine Treon School of Dance. She enjoys traveling, One Tree Hill, Gilmore Girls, and flamingos. In her free time, Maggie loves listening to music by Thomas Rhett, Shawn Mendes, Luke Bryan, and Jack and Jack. In the future, Maggie intends to go to college followed by Law School. She then hopes to start her career as a lawyer which will eventually lead to her life as a politician. Maggie is beyond excited and honored to serve as the 2018-19 Pennsylvania Key Club District Governor. There is an exciting year ahead of us and she is looking forward to all that the Pennsylvania District accomplishes. If you have any questions for Maggie, you cant contact her here: Email [email protected]!
Secretary-Treasurer Allie Pultorak
Allie Pultorak’s energy inspires her home club of North Allegheny Senior High School. Allie originally joined Key Club because she wanted to volunteer with her friends, but she stayed because of memories like her first board meeting. Her biggest inspirations are the people who are able to continue to persevere in society regardless of all those tearing them down. She will always remember the quote, “Sometimes the people no one imagine anything of, do the things no one can imagine.” Her favorites include dogs, Vampire Weekend, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkhaban, and Pizza. Her goal in life is to help people by changing things, perhaps politically. Her favorite service project though, is making dog toys out of old tee shirts because she once did it with her home club and it was a huge success. Allie can wiggle her ears and has broken her left wrist six times. Have a question for Allie? ? Email [email protected]!
Bulletin Editor Trey Trkula
Trey Trkula is a student from Susquehanna Township High School and is very excited to serve as the District Bulletin Editor for this upcoming term. Since his freshman year, Trey has been actively involved in Key Club, serving as the Club Editor and the Lieutenant Governor of his Division. Aside from Key Club, he is involved in Prom Committee, Mini-THON, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Committee, Cross Country, and Tennis. Trey is obsessed with Ed Sheeran, The Office, and meeting new people. In his free time, you can find Trey watching Shane Dawson videos on YouTube, eating, or sleeping. He loves conspiracy theories and listening to music. Something interesting about Trey is that he is colorblind and has 7 pets. Trey aspires to make people happy and to better his community. In the future, he hopes to attend college and pursue a career in neuropsychology, so he can continue making an impact on people’s lives. If you have any questions for Trey, he would be happy to answer them! You can contact him here: Email [email protected]!