LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS

 
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Division 1 North Skye Eakin-Irwin

Skye is a hardworking and strong-willed senior from Bradford Area High School. This is her first year serving on the District Board, but she has been in Key Club since 10th grade. As a Lieutenant Governor, Skye hopes to bring effective communication to her clubs and boost the number of active clubs in the District. While it was hard to choose just one, her favorite service project is the volleyball tournament to raise money for Erika’s Lighthouse. Aside from Key Club, Skye stays involved with DECA, Volunteer Club, SkillsUSA, Be Kind To Your Mind, Band, Prom Committee, and Manufacturing Program. A fun fact about Skye is that she was originally planning to be her home club’s president, but instead decided to take this position on the District Board. If you would like to contact her, please email Skye at [email protected].

Division 1 South Kahli Reddinger

Kahli is an enthusiastic, hardworking, and outgoing junior at Punxsutawney Area High School. She joined Key Club in 7th grade and this is Kahli’s second year serving on the District Board. She hopes to really showcase her dedication to Key Club this year and bring her outgoing personality to the Board. Kahli’s favorite service project is definitely her club’s teacher breakfast - where they cook breakfast before school for all of their teachers. Outside of Key Club, Kahli is involved in Drama Club, Student Council, musical theater, show choir, and treble choir. A fun fact about her is that she is neighbors with the Punxsutawney Phil groundhog handler. If you’d like to contact Kahli, please email her at [email protected].


Division 2 Airah Shafiq

Airah is a compassionate, receptive, and dedicated junior from Avonworth High School. This is her third year in Key Club but first year on the District Board. Airah is beyond excited to contribute to the growing changes that Key Club is doing for our communities and to build the environment to create a true global impact. Her favorite service project is the summer tutoring program that she initiated - where Key Clubbers are trained to help tutor refugee students from mainly South American countries and Afghanistan. Aside from Key Club, Airah is so involved! Among her activities are Mock Trial, Model UN, Math Tutors, Global Scholars, Chinese Club, ESL Learning, Youth Climate Action Team, Carnegie Mellon SWE Mentorship Program, band and choir. A fun fact about Airah is that her favorite memories are watching the World Cup games with her family and friends all in the same room. If you’d like to contact Airah, please email her at [email protected]

Division 3 Zohaib Rahman

Zohaib is an efficient, adaptable, and diligent senior from North Allegheny High School. He joined the Key Club in 9th grade and has been an active member ever since. This is Zohaib's second year on the District Board and he is so excited! He hopes to pick up where he left off and to continue to maximize the potential of all of his clubs this year. His favorite service project with his home club is Project Water - a school-wide dodgeball tournament that raises thousands of dollars for the Project Water organization. Outside of Key Club, Zohaib is involved in Speech and Debate, NHS, Project Water, Mock Trial and cross country. A fun fact about him is that he is a world traveler and has visited 27 countries! If you’d like to contact Zohaib, please email him at [email protected].

Division 4 Nick Parenti

Nick is a reliable, hardworking, and compliant junior at Freeport Area High School. He joined the Key Club in 9th grade and is so excited to be a member of the District Board this year. Nick hopes to inspire growth and reactivation within clubs this year and his favorite service project is Awakathon - a 12 hour event in which members stay awake all night doing crafts and raising money for charities. Aside from Key Club, Nick is involved in Tri-M Honors Society, Mock Trial, Chess Club, Student Council, and many different band related programs - such as PMEA Districts and Regionals. A fun fact about him is that he is currently in the process of creating a boys’ volleyball team at his school. If you’d like to contact Nick, please email him at [email protected].

Division 5 Zoey Vasbinder

Zoey is a passionate, dedicated, and resilient sophomore from Punxsutawney Area High School. This is her second year in Key Club, but first on the District Board. Zoey is so excited to bring her passion for Key Club and her hopes to charter new clubs to the Board this year. Her favorite service project is the faculty breakfast that the Key Clubbers in her home club volunteer for, because it shows how appreciative they are for their staff members. Outside of Key Club, Zoey is involved in both Art Club and Yearbook. A fun fact about her is that she can sleep 20+ hours in a day and still be able to sleep an hour after she wakes up. If you’d like to contact Zoey, please email her at [email protected].

Division 6 Grace Jun

Grace is a collaborative, dedicated, and understanding junior at State College Area High School. She joined Key Club in 9th grade and cannot wait to serve on the District Board. This year, she plans to bring an open and observant mindset to the Board. Grace’s favorite service projects with her home club include making fleece blankets to donate and volunteering for Toys4Tots - where she got to put together gifts for kids to receive over the holiday. Aside from Key Club, Grace is involved in Peer Advocates, FBLA, Centre PACT, figuring skating and enjoys playing the flute and running her own crochet Etsy shop. A fun fact about her is that she has a twin sister! If you’d like to contact Grace, please email her at [email protected].

Division 7 Marissa Hartland

Marissa is a diligent, compassionate, and organized senior at Montoursville Area High School. She joined the K Family in 8th grade and this is her first year on the District Board - she is so excited! This year, Marissa hopes to bring much enthusiasm and collaboration to the Board. Torn between two favorite service projects, she loves volunteering at the local elementary Spring Fling - a small festival full of games, food, and activities for kids - and running the high school blood drive. Outside of Key Club, Marissa spends her time playing softball and soccer, and is involved in National Honors Society, Yearbook, Student Government, and various other honors societies. A fun fact about Marissa is that her favorite subject in biology and her favorite animal is a dolphin. If you’d like to contact her, please email Marissa at [email protected]

Division 8 Jaelyne Taylor

Jaelyne is a perseverant, hardworking, and creative senior who attends Lewisburg Area High School. Entering her third year in Key Club, this is Jaelyne’s first year on the District Board. She plans to bring a good work ethic and the immense desire to form new clubs and strengthen existing ones to the Board. One of Jaelyne’s favorite service projects is the Yellow Tulip Project - a project in which flowers are planted to promote mental health awareness. She also loves to participate in Change Wars - a change drive to raise money for Pennies for Patients. Aside from Key Club, Jaelyne is incredibly involved! She enjoys spending her time in concert band, jazz band, marching band, choir, link crew, and various PMEA programs. A fun fact about Jaelyne is that she was a Key Club secretary before becoming LTG. If you’d like to contact her, please email her [email protected].

Division 9 Krish Mittal

Krish is a hardworking, persevering, and motivating senior from Cumberland Valley High School. This is his first year on the District Board, but he first joined Key Club in 9th grade. Krish plans to bring positivity to the Board and has high hopes to charter new Key Clubs across his division. His favorite service project is Luv Michael - an organization that is dedicated to assisting adults with autism find their footing in the workplace. Krish’s Key Club helped set up and volunteered at an event supporting this organization. Outside of Key Club, he is involved in First Tech Challenge (Robotics), Technology Students Association, Mock Trial, Debate, and FBLA. A fun fact about Krish is that he can solve a Rubik’s Cube in 35 seconds! If you’d like to contact him, please email Krish at [email protected].

Division 10 Sandy Chen

Sandy is a goal-driven, easy-to-get-along-with, and passionate senior from South Western High School. She joined Key Club in 9th grade and is so excited to join the District Board this year. Sandy hopes to bring strong communication and increased DCON participation to the table for the 2023-2024 year. Her favorite service project is Christmas Blessings Express at New Hope Ministries - where donations are made from numerous people and organizations to allow families with financial difficulties to also experience an abundance of Christmas blessings. Aside from Key Club, Sandy is involved in National Honors Societies, Music Honors Society, Mini-THON, York Youth Symphony Orchestra, and Pit Orchestra for her school’s theater department. A fun fact about her is that her dream career is to be a clinical psychologist. If you’d like to contact Sandy, please email her at [email protected].

Division 11 Lily Kasa

Lily is an ambitious, grounded, and compassionate junior at Wyoming Area High School. Having joined Key Club in 9th grade, this is her second year on the District Board - and she cannot wait! This year, Lily is so excited to bring positive energy and an increased unity among clubs in the District to the Board. Her favorite service project is H and K Autism Awareness at Pocono Raceway - where money is raised for autism awareness through a race. Outside of Key Club, Lily is active in STEM Club, track, competitive cheerleading and tennis. A fun fact about her is that her favorite weird food combo is old bay and popcorn. If you’d like to contact Lily, please email her at [email protected].

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Division 13 Isabel Wiggins

Isabel is an honest, analytical, and instinctual senior from Conrad Weiser High School. She joined the Key Club in 10th grade and is so excited to join the District Board for the first time this year. Isabel hopes to bring a new perspective and voice for Division 13 this year. Her favorite service project with her home club is making dog and cat toys for animals at the ARL. Outside of Key Club, Isabel is involved in Berks Academic Challenge, Mini-THON, tennis, softball, dance, Social Studies Club, and is the Junior Class Vice President. A fun fact about her is that she has zip-lined upside down in a Costa Rican rainforest! If you’d like to contact Isabel, please email her at [email protected].

Division 14 Katie Gaalswyk

Katie is a driven, caring, and insightful junior at Manheim Township High School. This is her first year on the District Board, but she joined the organization as a 9th grader. To the 2023-2024 Board, she will bring the drive to unify clubs across the District and cannot wait to get started. Katie’s favorite service project is the Lititz Chocolate Walk - where Key Clubbers assist the local Kiwanis club in creating an event where people can get chocolate samples around town. Outside of Key Club, Katie is also involved in soccer, swim, student leadership, and is a lifeguard. A fun fact about her is that she was in a Spanish immersion program throughout her elementary and intermediate school years. If you’d like to contact Katie, please email her at [email protected].

Division 15 Suhani Makwana

Suhani is a reliable, proactive, and ambitious senior from Easton Area High School. Having joined Key Club as a freshman, she is excited to further her journey as a member of the District Board. Suhani plans to bring the skills and qualities of a committed member, as well as enthusiasm and determination to the Board this year. Her favorite service project from Easton Key Club was making teacher appreciation cards for the staff at their high school. Outside of Key Club, Suhani is involved in FBLA, various honor societies, Model UN, Debate Team, varsity tennis, MiniTHON, DECA, and many more. A fun fact about her is that she is a national champion tennis player! If you’d like to contact Suhani, please feel free to email her at [email protected].

Division 16 Nina Rivera

Nina is an ambitious, driven, and reliable junior at Louis E. Dieruff High School. This is Nina’s second year as a Key Club member, but first on the District Board - and she is so excited! She hopes to take charge in uniting her Division and to help foster an environment of community. Her favorite service project is the monthly park clean-ups that her Key Club does - she loves the opportunity to give back to her community. Aside from Key Club, Nina is involved in Journalism Club, Multicultural Leadership Club, Running & Walking Club, and Debate Team. A fun fact about Nina is that she collects vinyl records. If you’d like to contact her, please email her at [email protected].

Division 17 Shannon Browne

Shannon is a methodical, open-minded, and driven senior at Daniel Boone High School. Entering her third year in Key Club, Shannon is so excited for her first year on the District Board. She plans to bring her passion and enthusiasm for Key Club to the Board this year. Shannon’s favorite service project is Safe-Trick-Or-Treat - where Key Club members volunteer to dress up and hand out candy to the kids who come through the school. A close second favorite of Shannon’s is Literacy Bingo Night - where Key Clubbers get to play games with kids to help improve their reading skills. Aside from Key Club, she is involved in National Honors Society, photography (school yearbook and professional sports photography), student government, Debate Club, Stage Crew, and Ecology Club. A fun fact about Shannon is that she loves boating with her family and riding dirtbikes. If you’d like to contact her, please email Shannon at [email protected].

Division 18 Gloria Kim

Gloria is an adaptive, empathetic, and inspiring senior from North Penn High School. Entering her third year in Key Club, Gloria is so excited to join the District Board for the first time. She hopes to bring her creativity and passion for the Key Club International organization to the Board this year and her favorite way to serve is all of the fundraising that her club participates in. Aside from Key Club, Gloria is involved in Art Club, ADAPT Club, and concert band. A fun fact about her is that she cannot swim or ride a bike - but she can play the flute! If you’d like to contact her, please email Gloria at [email protected].

Division 19 AvaRose Menkevich

AvaRose is a patient, self-motivated, and friendly senior at Upper Moreland High School. This is her first year on the District Board, but her second year in Key Club - and she is so excited to work with everyone! She plans to bring different representation and a fun outlook to the Board this year. In her home club, her favorite service project is the chili cookoff event that they run to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House. Outside of Key Club, AvaRose is involved in Interact Club, GSA, Bear Print, History Club, Debate Club, Art Club. A fun fact about her is that she loves long walks on the beach. If you’d like to contact AvaRose, please email her at [email protected].

Division 20 Naisha Jaiswal

Naisha is an outgoing, motivated, and organized junior from Henderson High School. She joined Key Club in 10th grade and is so excited for her first year on the District Board! She hopes to bring ideas on diversifying Key Club and making it an even more welcoming community to the table as she works as a Lieutenant Governor this year. Naisha loves to volunteer at the local Melton Center near her school - where they tutor and coach kids through an enrichment program each week. Aside from Key Club, she is a member of the South Asian Student Association, Dear Asian Youth, the Melton Center volunteer group, and is involved in her youth group. A fun fact about Naisha is that she once met Beabadoobe - who is her favorite artist! If you’d like to contact her, please email Naisha at [email protected].