ROSE ANN FULENA
Roe earned a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Westminster College and a Master's degree in Education from Slippery Rock University. She teaches 7th & 8th grade math in the Union Area School District where she serves as advisor to student council and chess club, and is VP of the teachers association. She has been on the PASC Exec Board since 2002. She also served on the NatStuCo Exec Board from 2006-2008. Roe is on the board of the Lawrence County Historical Society and an officer in both the Union Twp. Lions Club and the Alpha Sigma Chapter of DKG, a society of key women educators. She encourages students to take advantage of the great opportunities provided by PASC to develop their leadership skills and use them to make their schools and communities better.
Felix is an educator in the South Fayette School District and has been involved with PASC since high school. He has been on the Executive Board since 2014 and works with various educational and leadership organizations. He hopes that students and advisors will continue to take what they learn through PASC and use the information to improve their schools and communities.
Alexis teaches physics at West Mifflin Area High School and also serves on the Region B board. She has been a part of PASC for 15 years and is a two-time recipient of the Region 3 Advisor of the Year award. Alexis loves being involved in PASC because of how passionate students are about their future.
Bobbi teaches 8th grade English Language Arts at Williamson MS and is the advisor for Student Council and Creative Writing Club. She has been involved in PASC for 11 years and was the 2017 Middle Level Advisor of the Year. She recently began offering a workshop for adult writers to share her passion with others.
DIRECTORS & REPRESENTATIVES
Nicolle is an autism support paraprofessional at Union Area School District where she also coaches for the volleyball and track teams. She has been a part of PASC since middle school and was named the 2018 District 2 Advisor of the Year.
Grace is a sophomore at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School where she majors in Musical Theater. She is also in student council and active in the Pittsburgh theatre community. Grace is a 2021 YoungArts merit winner, 2020 Pittsburgh Public Theatre Shakespeare Competition Winner, a member of NJHS, National Thespian Society, and NHS of Dance Arts. Grace’s other interests include running, reading, and playing Scattergories with her family.