Jesse Pisors has been a member of the Pitt-Johnstown community since April 2014.
Mr. Pisors’ career in higher education administration spans two decades and includes leadership positions at several universities, both public and private. He has undergraduate and graduate degrees from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, OK, and is currently pursuing his doctorate.
As Executive Director of Development and Alumni Relations at Pitt-Johnstown, Jesse leads development, alumni relations, and grants for the university; he is also a member of the President’s Cabinet.
In his spare time, Jesse enjoys activities such as running and golfing. He currently resides in Johnstown, PA with his wife, Nayeli, and children, Andrea and Joshua.
Kayla Fyock-Garshnick has been a member of the Pitt-Johnstown community since August of 2014.
Kayla graduated from Bloomsburg University, receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. She is currently working toward her Master’s degree in Business Administration at Cameron University.
As the Alumni Relations Coordinator at Pitt-Johnstown, Kayla works to encourage continuing alumni involvement with the University, including increasing Pitt-Johnstown Alumni Association participation and cultivating financial support from alumni. In this role, she works closely with the Alumni Association Board in the planning and execution of Association events and programs.
In her spare time, Kayla enjoys teaching Zumba, spending time with her five pets (one dog, three cats, and a bunny), and riding four-wheelers. She currently resides in Vintondale, PA.
Kirstie Pividori joined the Pitt-Johnstown staff in July 2014.
Kirstie graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Theology at Saint Vincent College. In her position as Donor Relations Coordinator, Pividori liaises with the University’s friends and supporters to deepen their engagement with Pitt-Johnstown. Kirstie is also responsible for implementing annual giving and stewardship activities designed to increase regular philanthropic support for Pitt-Johnstown.
Kirstie’s valuable experience as a student worker in the Institutional Advancement office at Saint Vincent informs her work with Pitt-Johnstown donors to enhance development efforts for the University.
In her spare time, Kirstie enjoys baking, spending time outdoors, and attending local festivities. She currently resides in Blairsville, PA.