Tina Molski

January 22, 2016


Camp Hill, PA –The Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation (PPFF), the only non-profit whose mission is Pennsylvania’s state parks and forests, today announced the appointment of Tina Molski to its board of directors, effective January 1st, 2016.

Ms. Molski currently serves as Director of Operations-East Coast Division for Recreation Equipment Incorporated (REI). Previously, Tina was Operations and Distribution Manager with General Mills and served as Logistics Officer in the US Army.

Ms. Molski received her B.A. in Communications and German from Virginia Tech in 1993. She presently is a board member of the Bedford County Chamber of Commerce and Bedford County Outdoor Education, as well as treasurer of the Raystown Canoe Club.

“We are excited to have Tina’s expertise and enthusiasm for our outdoors on our board of directors,” said Marci Mowery, President of PPFF. “REI has a strong commitment to our state parks and forests.”

“As an avid user of state parks, I am thrilled to be a part of an organization dedicated to ensuring these parks are inviting and available for recreational and educational purposes” said Tina.

Ms. Molski’s three year term will begin in January 2016. She will join four additional new board members including George Fernandez, Dr. James Grace, Senator Stewart Greenleaf, and Dr. Christopher Sciamanna.

Current members of the board include: Chair, George Asimos, Esq; Vice Chair, Maria Montero, Esq.; Treasurer, Gary Smith; Secretary, Brian Clark, Esq.; Jim Fields; Gus Frederick, Maxine Harrison, Rep. Mark Longietti, Barb Sexton, Mary Soderberg, and Rob Wonderling. Advisory board members consist of: William Forrey, Jon C. Oliver III, Linda McKenna Boxx, and Mary Weber.

About the Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation

Founded in 1999, the Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation supports 120 state parks and 2.2 million acres of forest by coordinating volunteers, activities and donations through its 38 chapters. The mission of the foundation is to promote and support the natural and cultural resources of Pennsylvania’s state parks and forests through leadership in recreation, education, conservation and volunteerism.

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