Carl founded AZtech Multimedia & Training Group in 2002. The company has supported the multimedia and audio-visual aspects for corporate meetings on 6 continents, designs and
develops websites and works on various video productions. The client list includes musicians, the BBC, Fortune 500 companies, biotechs, medical offices, artists and others. Carl has worked on Billy Joel’s documentaries “The Last Play at Shea” and “A Matter of Trust: The Bridge to Russia” and the CD “The Stranger: 30th Anniversary Legacy Edition Set.” Prior to AZtech, Carl worked at Shared Medical Systems, Merck & Co. and IMS Health in the roles of Systems Analyst, Programmer Analyst, Trainer/Instructional Designer, Training Manager and
International Creative Director. Carl has a BA in Psychology from Temple University, an MEd from Penn State Great Valley in Training Design and Development and a PhD in Multimedia Design and Development from The University of London. He was adjunct faculty at Penn State Great Valley and Temple University. He has traveled to over 80 countries and all 7 continents. Carl continues his Penn State connection by contributing to THON on an annual basis, guest lecturing in Masters-level courses at the Great Valley campus, is a board member of the Great Valley Alumni Society and he recently donated the Media Editing Suite to the Great Valley
Renee Fisher earned a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations and minors in Japanese and Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management from Penn State University in 2015. She has over five years of marketing and communications experience in aerospace and biotechnology industries. Renee currently serves as the Communications Chair for the The Greater Boston Chapter of The Penn State Alumni Association. In this role, Renee organizes and promotes events for the Penn State community around the Boston area. In her spare time Renee enjoys watching reruns of The Office, writing and performing comedy sketches, and hiking around New England.LEARN MORE
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 2019 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.