All About Travis
  • Finishing in May 2011 from Penn State University, Travis obtained his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering, specializing in Information Technology. He also completed the Engineering Leadership and Development minor capping off the course with a presentation given in Budapest, Hungary in May 2010. The minor's department is headed by Dr. Richard Schuhmann.

Current Employment
  • Travis was accepted in to the Campus Development Program in partnership with PepsiCo of North America. After months of well versed training in Pepsi's Johnstown, PA Production and Warehousing Facility he accepted a promotion to the role of Production Supervisor. The Laurel Packaging facility is a unionized manufacturing plant producing more than 150 SKU's and distributing more than 550 products contracted by Pepsi Beverages Company. The facility is the largest production plant in all of North America responsible for producing and shipping more than 45 Million cases of beverage products annually.

Extracurriculars
  • He enjoys many musical pursuits including instruments and voice alike. He has played guitar for 10+ years along with a myriad of other instruments. He is also a recent alumnus of Penn State's very own premier A Capella group, The Pennharmonics.
  • He invested his time involved with the Institute of Industrial Engineering at Penn State and has held the position of treasurer. Through IIE, Travis has helped organize several recent festivities on campus. PSU recently celebrated their 100 year anniversary of the first Industrial Engineering courses offered at the university. A month later in march the University Park campus played host for the Northeastern Regional IIE conference in Spring 2010.
  • He is an active participant in the Penn State Dance Marathon, the largest student run philanthropy in the world raising more than $69 Million to date. All funds benefit the families of children dealing with pediatric cancer both for better care and continued research to one day beat cancer. To learn more or donate, please visit THON.org
  • He is an active member and fundraiser for the Penn State Relay for Life. To learn more or donate to the cause, please visit PSURelay.org.
  • In whatever spare time he can find, he also writes periodically online (formerly of the now defunct Penn State blog ILovePSU.com), as well as designing and operating the ThePennharmonics.com