Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship Launch Campaign Video
PS4RS-Endorsed Candidates Take Center Stage to Communicate Thoughts for Change within the Penn State Board of Trustees.

APRIL 1, 2012 —- Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship (PS4RS), the organization formed to affect positive change within the University Board of Trustees, demanding transparent, trustworthy and moral leadership in the upcoming elections, has launched a two-and-a-half-minute campaign videofeaturing its three endorsed candidates, Mark S. Connolly (#78), Barbara Doran (#52) and Anthony P. Lubrano (#59). Already gaining traction throughout various social media networks, the video can be viewed and shared from the organization’s website at The group is currently evaluating traditional media advertising.

According to PS4RS Founder Michelle Murosky, the development of this new video represents the loyalty, resourcefulness and expertise of Penn State alumni throughout the country who are eager to heal the University community and affect positive change. “This video was written by Gary Levitt, an alumnus; produced by Tom Caamano of Eladio Productions, an alumnus; and features three prominent and qualified alumni seeking the open Trustee seats this year,” explained Murosky. “It was created totally pro bono — with nothing but generosity, passion and a commitment to restore transparent leadership at the Trustee level.”

The video, which can also be viewed on YouTube at, is intended to help educate the Penn State alumni community, and differentiate the three candidates from a crowded field of 86 who will be on the ballot come April 10. “As a grassroots, watchdog organization, we’ve done the hard work for those eligible to vote,” said Murosky. “We vetted more than 100 hopefuls over the last three months to identify the cream of the crop and help make the voting decision easier for everyone. This video is intended to demonstrate that Mark, Barbara and Anthony stand head and shoulders above the others in terms of their credentials, their ability to lead, and most of all –their integrity.”

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