Paul Strizzi spent his career in Personal and Professional Development for individuals and organizations. He has volunteered as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) as well as EMT instructing and certification testing.
Paul has served on the Keystone Partnership and the Keystone Membership Boards for 5 years. His support of Keystone stems from various influences in life, including his brother who has developmental and intellectual disabilities. This instilled in him the desire to be mindful of the needs of others and to try and bring joy to others’ lives. The services provided by Keystone drew him to the organization and its mission.
Paul has also served on the Emergency Health Services Federation Board of Directors, his local township Planning Commission and Zoning Hearing Board, as well as the Board of Directors for both Safe Harbour and Maranatha Carlisle. He is currently active with the Affordable Housing committee through Safe Harbour. Paul graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1971.