Meet Your State Officers

PENN HOSA Executive Council
2016–2017

Left to right: Kyle Bresnan, Vice President; Christina Rudderow, President; Bailey Wright, Secretary; Jordy Atencia,Historian

PENN HOSA Officer Application (This will link to the Officer Application when the form is available.)

Christina Rudderow
President — Berks Career & Technology Center-East
Advisor: Beverly Brader

Christina Rudderow is a senior at Fleetwood Senior High School and Berks Career and Technology Center (BCTC). After High School, she aspires to attend college to obtain her bachelor’s degree in dental hygiene and then further her education to become a dentist. In her spare time, Christina enjoys playing tennis and basketball, extreme couponing, spending time with family and friends, and staying active in her church community. She also is a member of Relay for Life, National Honor Society (NHS), National Technical Honor Society (NTHS), and holds the position of President for Berks East AM HOSA Chapter and NTHS and is the Vice President and BCTC Representative for Fleetwood senior High School’s Class of 2017. As Vince Lombardi once said, “The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the deter­mi­nation that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.” Christina is a deter­mined individual and strives to reach all the goals she sets for herself.

Kyle Bresnan
Vice President – Archbishop Wood High School
Advisor: Dr. Joseph Halloran

Kyle Bresnan is a senior at Archbishop Wood High School. He aspires to become an Anesthesiologist and aims to enroll at Temple University. Kyle loves to help others whenever he can, and is constantly involved in school and community activ­ities. He works as a lifeguard during the summer and volun­teers at Saint Vincent De Paul during the school year, where he assists young students in their learning. During his free time, he loves to be outside fishing, surfing, hiking, and practicing archery. Kyle constantly lives by Simon Sinek’s quote, “A leader’s job is not to do the work for others, it is to help others figure out how to do it themselves, to get things done, and to succeed beyond what they thought possible.”

Bailey Wright
Secretary — Carbon Career and Technical Institute
Advisor: Michele Dominic

Bailey Wright is a senior at Carbon Career and Technical Institute (CCTI). She is an EMT and volunteer firefighter. Bailey plans to attend Johns Hopkins University upon gradu­ating from CCTI in 2017 for Pre-Med. Bailey wants to join the Air Force and go through ROTC in college. She plays the violin and is a member of her school’s Occupational Advisory Committee. One of Bailey’s favorite quotes is, “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams,” Eleanor Roosevelt.

Jordy Atencia
Historian — Franklin Learning Center
Advisor: Jessica Way

Jordy Atencia is a senior attending Franklin Learning Center where he is a student in the Academy of Public Health. His goal is to attend a presti­gious university as a biochem­istry major and continuing his education until he becomes a plastic surgeon. He enjoys contin­u­ously challenging himself mentally, playing table tennis, serving as President of his local HOSA chapter and volun­teering in the Red Cross Club. A quote Jordy lives by is “It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.” — Confucius