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Penn State's Alumni Trustee Election concluded with incumbent Trustees Jay Paterno & Anthony Lubrano being re-elected to 3-year terms. Although the election is over please contact us with your questions, suggestions and input.

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Currently serving on Penn State’s Board of Trustees is just one chapter in Jay Paterno’s life of demonstrated leadership. Paterno’s career includes consulting and work in private equity, philanthropy, athletics, writing and media. That expertise has benefitted Penn State.

As one of the first college Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) consultants in the country, Paterno used that experience to co-found Success With Honor to support Penn State student-athletes in all 31 women’s and men’s sports. In 2022 he was executive producer for “THON: 50 Years for the Kids” which won its television prime-time slot in Philadelphia and New York City.

Paterno authored the best-selling book “Paterno Legacy,” the novel “Hot Seat” and continues to write columns appearing in local, national and international publications. He created the syndicated television show “Nittany Game Week” and the radio show “Pigskin Stew.” Two decades of coaching football provided experience at four different universities.


During that time, Jay also served on philanthropic boards, was part of successful US Presidential campaigns and attended the White House Community Leaders Forum. Nationally he’s been recognized for success as a coach, as one of the top 100 sports tweeters in the world and as a speaker by American Rhetoric (Top American Speeches of the Century). In a personal capacity, he was involved in national crisis management defending Penn State, its football program, and his family through a lengthy international media story.

Above all Jay Paterno is a husband, father, son and proud Penn Stater and resident of Happy Valley. 

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Anthony P. Lubrano graduated magna cum laude from Penn State in 1982 with a B.S. degree in accounting. He immediately began his career in NYC with Deloitte Haskins & Sells during which time he obtained his CPA, went on to join a division of Goldman Sachs and subsequently First Boston Corporation. In 1989 he founded A.P Lubrano & Co., Inc., a financial services & wealth management firm based in Paoli, PA specializing in group retirement and financial planning.

While serving as President, his firm has grown to include more than 40,000 clients in 48 states, as well as assets under advisement in excess of $1.5 Billion as of December 2022. A lifetime member of the Alumni Association and a member of the Nittany Lion Club, Anthony served on the Athletic Committee at Penn State during the Grand Destiny Campaign, a fundraising effort that resulted in over $1.3 billion in gifts.

A former member of the baseball team at his alma mater, his lead gift to Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics led to the construction of Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, a 5,400 seat baseball stadium that opened June, 2006. Anthony is also a member of the Laurel Circle of the Mount Nittany Society as well as the Presidents Club. Anthony resides in Glenmoore, PA with his wife Jennifer.

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