Penn State Homecoming Names Tim Nevil 2022 Executive Director

Tim Nevil will serve as Penn State Homecoming’s 2022 executive director, the organization announced Thursday afternoon.

Nevil, a junior majoring in security and risk analysis, previously served as Homecoming 2021’s Distribution Management director. Through the position, he was responsible for managing all of Homecoming’s supply chain and inventory.

“Tim’s hard work continued to amaze me during Homecoming 2021,” Dom Rullo, Penn State Homecoming’s 2021 executive director, said. “His determination to create a better Homecoming makes me confident that he will help orchestrate an even better Homecoming than past years. I can’t wait to see where he takes the organization and I can’t wait to celebrate with him and his team next year.”

Nevil’s first major task as executive director will be staffing his officers and executive committee. Officer and logistics officer applications will remain open until Friday, November 5.

Nevil’s appointment is the first big announcement in the organization’s year-long preparation for Homecoming week. Typically, Homecoming announces its dates in mid-January, reveals its theme during THON, and unveils its logo at Penn State football’s Blue-White game in April.

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Sadly, Mackenzie graduated from Penn State in 2022. She majored in English and served as one of Onward State's associate editors. You can keep up with her life and send compliments to @MackenzieC__ on Twitter.

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