Shippensburg junior appointed to SU Council of
Redding, of Prospect Park, was recently appointed to the Shippensburg
University Council of Trustees by Governor Tom Wolf and approved by the Pennsylvania
Senate. Redding will represent his peers as the student member of council.
“This is an incredible honor
and I am ready to represent students as a whole and be their voice,” Redding
Redding has been an active
member of the Ship community since his freshman year. Serving as a resident assistant,
Activities Programming Board treasurer, orientation leader and peer mentor, he
has had the opportunity to interact with a large portion of the student body.
He is excited to turn that interaction into something meaningful for his fellow
“I am excited to bring
student concerns and ideas to those who impact the decision making at
Ship,” Redding said.
Redding is not only excited
to bring new ideas to Ship, but also preserve what he loves most.
“Ship was the first place
where I was able to explore ideas and find my passion,” he said.
That passion led him to the John L. Grove College of Business as a finance major. He hopes to pursue a Master of Business Administration degree and a career in investment and capital