Blurb by way of introduction, including number of members in the club currently and maybe mentioning some of the places where they work (to give gravitas and show diversity within journalism community).
President: Stacey Federoff is a reporter with Trib Total Media in Greensburg. While earning a journalism degree from Penn State, she worked at The Daily Collegian as a reporter and copy editor. She worked as an intern with The Chautauquan Daily and the Gateway Newspapers branch of weekly papers now owned by Trib Total Media. Stacey has been a member of the Women's Press Club for the four years she has worked as a professional journalist. She is also a member of the Pennsylvania Women's Press Association, from which she earned a Rookie Reporter award in 2012. A native of Sutersville, Pa., in Westmoreland County, Stacey now lives in the city's Regent Square neighborhood.
Vice President: Cindi Lash -- editor, Pittsburgh Magazine
Secretary: Connie George -- vice president, communications, Visit Pittsburgh
Treasurer: Karen Carlin is a copy editor at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the associate editor of the PG's Weekend Magazine. She has been with the paper since 1993 and on the copy desk since 1997. Before that, Karen worked for the Pittsburgh Press and PR Newswire and also did public relations for the American Red Cross. Karen is a Pittsburgh native, growing up in the North Hills and graduating from Richland (now Pine-Richland) High School. She earned her English writing degree at La Roche College, just north of Pittsburgh. Karen has been with WPC for the past 10 years and is also active on the board of the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania and its Golden Quill Awards journalism competition. She lives in Middlesex Township, Butler County with her husband (and high school sweetheart), Ken, and their two cats, George and Oliver.
- Helen Fallon -- professor of journalism and director of Point Park University’s Honors Program; copy editor, Post-Gazette
- Ginny Frizzi -- writer at the Institute for Entrepreneurial Excellence, The Innovation Institute, University of Pittsburgh
- Kellie Gormly -- features/entertainment writer, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review