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Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Secretary of Education
Ron Tomalis today declared
Harrisburg City School District,
Dauphin County, in Moderate Financial Recovery and named
Gene G. Veno as the district's chief recovery officer.
Veno, 62, of
Lower Paxton Township, graduated from West Scranton High School in
He earned a bachelor's degree in business education from
Elizabethtown College and a master's degree in public administration from
Veno's educational experience includes previously serving on the
Scranton School District school board, as well as developing a strategic marketing plan for the Lebanon Catholic High School for which he was awarded the
Nevelyn J. Kinsley Award – 2002 – College Educator of the Year.
In 1989, Veno founded
Gene G. Veno and Associates, a national consulting firm.
Veno currently consults for the American Association of Public Insurance Adjusters, located in
Washington, D.C., and previously served in the executive management capacity at both the national and state levels for profit and nonprofit associations. He was also an adjunct instructor of business at the graduate and undergraduate levels at
Lebanon Valley College.
Veno also served as secretary of the Milk Marketing Board of
Pennsylvania and dean of continuing education at
Lackawanna Junior College.
"Gene's experience in fiscal management and executive leadership will benefit
Harrisburg City School District and the community at large," Tomalis said. "I am confident that Gene will work with the community to restore financial stability to the school district."
Media Contact:Tim Eller, 717-783-9802
SOURCE Pennsylvania Department of Education