Josephine Tarquinio (she/her) is a fellow at CCJ and a lifelong resident of Washington County. She has always felt a calling to serve others which is why she joined the Army Reserves at a young age and served for eight years. During that time, she attended CalU where she received her bachelor's degree in International Studies. Opportunities such as joining a national service sorority (GSS) and completing the Community Builders of Greene County program sparked Josephine’s interest in the nonprofit sector. She followed that interest and recently graduated with her master’s degree in Nonprofit Administration from LSUS.
Josephine was raised in Coal Center and feels a strong emotional tie to the work being done at CCJ as it directly impacts the well-being of communities she is proud to call home. She is looking forward to making new connections with community members throughout her fellowship. Outside of work, she enjoys football Sundays, catching shows in the city with her partner, and spending time with friends and family around the dinner table.
Contact Josie at email@example.com
Blog Posts by Paul Fedore
Washington County is updating their comprehensive plan, which was last adopted in 2005. The Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code (MPC) Act of 1968, P.L. 805, No. 247, defines a County Comprehensive Plan as “a land use and growth management plan prepared by the county planning commission and adopted by the county commissioners which establishes broad goals […]