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Movin’ On Names Sofia Moussan 2023 Executive Director

True to its name, Movin’ On has already announced next year’s executive director while this year’s festival starts to ramp up.

The organization’s executive director for the upcoming school year will be Sofia Moussan, a rising junior majoring in public relations with a minor in recreation, park, and tourism management. Moussan is currently Movin’ On’s director of operations and has been involved with the organization since her freshman year.

“I am excited to bring a safe and fulfilling experience for students and hope to design an event that has a positive impact on the Penn State community overall,” Moussan said in a press release.

As the organization’s executive director, Moussan is tasked with overseeing festival operations and ensuring that preparations are made on time. She will serve as an intermediary between Penn State and Movin’ On’s advisers and executive board. 

Movin’ On will return to the IM Fields this spring on Friday, April 29. The music festival will feature performances from Jack Harlow, Aminé, and Fitz & The Tantrums, among other acts.

For more information about the annual end-of-semester event, visit Movin’ On’s website.

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