Member at Large Elections Underway

Voting is open in iServices for the 2015-2018 Member at Large position.  We have two candidates vying for the position.  Voting is open to ALL active chapters from 2014-2015 school year and chapters active for this year.  Please read the candidate biographies below and vote at  Each chapter gets one vote.  You will need your iServices Username and Password.

Brad Shulenberger
Brad is a PA-TSA alumni member from Conestoga Valley and was a six-year member of the organization.  While in TSA, he held the state offices of Parliamentarian, Secretary and President.  He has been an active member in the region, assisting with conference judging as well as speaking at local chapter events and discussing the importance of TSA with parents and members.  
Since graduation, Brad began working fulltime for H.L. Wiker, Inc. in 2011.   Since 2007, he served as an Intern for the company.  Following his college graduation in May 2011, he assumed the role of Project Manager.  In June 2014, Brad was named Director of Business Development and in May 2015 Brad was promoted to Director of Operations.  As Director of Operations Brad is responsible for all day-to-day activities of the supervisory staff and project management team.  He also is responsible for customer, subcontractor, and vendor relationships as well as contract negotiations.  Brad is charged with developing and implementing a comprehensive internal and external marketing plan for the company. 
Brad credits TSA in assisted him to developing the skills needed to get him to where he is today.
Antionette (Toni) Marie Stith
Toni Stith has been an active member of PA-TSA for the past year. She started a chapter at her son’s middle school after they moved from North Dakota to Elizabeth, PA. Last year, the TSA chapter she advised participated in regional, state, and national conferences. She also advised a group of students for the TEAMS competition. All of the national participants are continuing in TSA this year. Two of the national participants are starting a TSA chapter at their high school and are planning to run for offices.
Toni Stith is currently working for the Carnegie Science Center as a STEM Professional Development coordinator. She will be working closely with several school districts in Allegheny County to help them improve their STEM education programs. Prior to moving to the Pittsburgh area, Toni was a math specialist for ten years in the Fargo Public Schools. There, she was an advisor for a national-finalist Verizon App Challenge team and a First LEGO League team. She has also taught math and science to middle-school students while living in New Jersey and Indiana and coached a Mathcounts team.