Penn State Mont Alto announces new 2018-19 Advisory Board members

Tiffany Bloyer, Robin Harmon, Linda Thomas Worthy

Tiffany L. Bloyer, Robin H. Harmon, and Linda L. Thomas Worthy have joined Penn State Mont Alto's 2018-19 Advisory Board.

Credit: Penn State

Tiffany L. Bloyer, Robin H. Harmon and Linda L. Thomas Worthy will take their place as new members of the Penn State Mont Alto's Advisory Board this year. Comprised of alumni, friends and corporate leaders, the Penn State Mont Alto Advisory Board is a key link between the campus and its surrounding communities. Board members not only serve as ambassadors for the campus and the University but also as a conduit for community feedback regarding campus programs and activities.

Tiffany L. Bloyer is Franklin County government director of human resources and is also a Penn State Mont Alto lecturer in management. She previously served as an employee relations and organizational development specialist for the Carroll Hospital Center in Westminster, Maryland, and was a personnel officer for the State of Maryland in Frederick. She holds a Penn State bachelor’s degree in applied behavioral science and two master’s degrees from the University of Maryland, University College, in human resource management and business administration.

Robin H. Harmon is the site administrator for Pennsylvania CareerLink Franklin County. She previously served as executive director of the Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation, the executive assistant and program coordinator for the Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation and Downtown Chambersburg, Inc., and worked at The Manitowoc Company as an engineer. Robin holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial and systems engineering at Rutgers University, College of Engineering, and also earned a master’s degree in business administration from Boston’s Northeastern University. In addition, she has completed all but her thesis for a master’s degree in industrial engineering and operations research from Penn State.

Linda L. Thomas Worthy is Franklin County Housing Authority executive director.  She was previously an education consultant and student development specialist with Worthy Consulting & Training, LLC, assistant vice president for University Life at the University of San Francisco, associate dean of students at Bucknell University, and assistant professor in the General Education Department and director of the Black Cultural Center at Berea College. She holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Tougaloo College. She also holds a master’s degree in sociology and a doctorate of philosophy in education from Washington State University.