Brett W. Mauser
Brett W. Mauser is a two-time Penn State Harrisburg graduate ’14, ’19g. He has earned the Master of Public Administration as well as the Graduate Certificate in Public Budgeting and Financial Management, the Graduate Certificate in Public Sector Human Resource Management, and the Bachelor of Science in Public Policy. Brett is also a graduate of Harrisburg Area Community College ’12 where he earned an Associate of Arts in Social Sciences. Brett is a member of Pi Alpha Alpha and the Capital Area Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association. He was recognized, in 2019, by the School of Public Affairs and the American Society for Public Administration as a Next Generation Leader in the field of Public Administration and was honored by the School of Public Affairs to be the 2015 recipient of the Kenneth W Masters Prize in Public Policy. Brett has also been featured on the Penn State Harrisburg graduation posters that are hung up around campus each semester.
As an undergraduate student he interned in the offices of Pennsylvania State Representative Sue Helm and U.S. Senator Pat Toomey. Brett was also fortunate to be selected to participate in the prestigious Pennsylvania House of Representatives Legislative Fellowship Program where he was assigned to the House Local Government Committee (R). He has studied abroad in Turkey and England. Further, Brett has been a Writing Tutor at Harrisburg Area Community College for many years where he has tutored students from over 40 different countries around the world. The time abroad as well as tutoring students with diverse backgrounds has given him a greater appreciation for different cultures and perspectives. In addition to his tutoring at HACC, Brett is employed by Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In his role with the Commonwealth, he has worked to combat addiction, keep Pennsylvanians in their homes, combat price gouging, and keeping the public safe.
In the community, Brett is an Assistant Scoutmaster and Merit Badge Counselor in his Boy Scout Troop, active member of his Masonic Lodge, and serves as a Deacon at his church.
Sarah Andzulis currently serves as the Assistant Vice President, Human Resources for TMNA Services (TMNAS). She joined TMNAS in 2012 as HR Manager/HR Business Partner before being promoted to Director in 2013 and AVP in 2017. In her current role, she has responsibility for overseeing and directing the implementation of human capital initiatives in alignment with business strategy, serve as a trusted advisor to the Company’s Senior Management and client business units, and leads the Human Resources Business Partner and Talent Acquisition teams. Prior to joining TMNAS in 2012, she spent nine years in regional HR and corporate Associate Relations roles at Nationwide Insurance. Previously, she held human resources positions in the manufacturing industry, beginning my career at Dana Corporation in 1999.
Ms. Andzulis holds a B.S. in Labor & Industrial Relations from Penn State University and an M.S in Human Resource Development from Villanova University. She also possesses numerous certifications, including Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR,) Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR,) Compensation Management Specialist (CMS,) Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP,) Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS,) Certified 401(k) fiduciary (C(k)PF,) and Certified Compensation Analyst (CCA.) She is a lifetime member of the Penn State Alumni Association, serves as a member of the School of Labor Studies Alumni Program Group Board (LSER APG,) acts as a Mentor through the College of the Liberal Arts mentoring program, and is a Penn State Admissions Alumni volunteer.
She lives in Downingtown, PA with her daughter Isadora, son Alexander, and former shelter cats, Zane, Angelo, and Edie. In her free time, Ms. Andzulis support various charitable causes, including Special Olympics, American Red Cross, THON, and Cradles to Crayons.
About Alumni Court
As a Penn State Alum, you have the opportunity to come back and celebrate the Penn State Glory as a member of the 2021 Alumni Court. The Alumni Court celebrates and recognizes individuals that have strived for success in all of life’s endeavors, following their years at Penn State. Alumni Court provides an opportunity to renew the Penn State spirit and create new memories at the University. If you feel as though Penn State has made a large impact on who you are and where you ended up in life, then we want to hear your story.
Continue on the legacy of the Nittany Lion Family, as a member of the Penn State Homecoming Alumni Court. In order to have an opportunity to be on this specific court, Alumni Court Applications will go out During the summer months. An applicant need only be a Penn State Graduate. The only other requirement that we urge all applicants to have, is a sense of pride and commitment towards this University. After all applications have been submitted, Homecoming Alumni Relations Captains will be interviewing all applicants in the form of either a phone or skype interview. The final 4 members of the Alumni Court will then be selected in the coming weeks.