Kevin R. Steele '92 re-elected to Alumni Council
November 5, 2010
Kevin R. Steele ’92 of Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, was elected to a second term on the Penn State University Alumni Council. The council is an all-volunteer governing body that guides and directs policy for the Penn State Alumni Association. The Alumni Council determines strategies and programs to be carried out by the Alumni Association staff and is also responsible for electing the Alumni Association president and vice president.
Steele is first district attorney for the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office. He most recently served as vice chair of the Grassroots Network Committee of the Alumni Council and is also a past president of the Penn State Graduate School Alumni Society.
More information about the Alumni Association or Alumni Council can be found on the Penn State Alumni association's website. With more than 161,000 members, the Penn State Alumni Association is the largest dues-paying alumni association in the world. Established in 1870, the Alumni Association strives to connect alumni to the University and to each other, provide valuable benefits to members, and support the University's mission of teaching, research and service.