Sheryl brings extensive customer service, problem resolution and administrative management skills to the office. Her passion to give back to the community has driven her to volunteer in numerous capacities, from Girl Scout Leader to Council PTA President. She is interested in policies that protect and support the growth and enrichment of our youth.
Sheryl is a graduate of Penn State University and has two grown daughters.
Steph has worked for the caucus for 15 years, and for 7 different (5 former) members; Rep. Miller being the 8th. She holds a B.A. in Mass Communications from Marymount University in Arlington, VA. She played lacrosse and basketball for the Saints. A point of emphasis in the body of work she performs for the Caucus lies within Labor policy and issues that affect the working class.
Steph is a native Pennsylvanian from Harrisburg, and has a husband, Matt, and daughter, Zoe, age 17. She coaches girls’ lacrosse for Central Dauphin High School (her alma mater) and at the club/travel level for Fusion Lacrosse Club of Central PA.
Jenn is a former scientist who spent her career working at start-up companies in the biotechnology industry. She grew up in the beautiful Laurel Highlands and earned undergraduate degrees at the University of Pittsburgh and a Masters of Science degree from Johns Hopkins University. After many years in the DC metro area, she returned to Pittsburgh and joined the Pittsburgh Technology Council assisting regional life sciences companies.
Jenn currently lives in Mt. Lebanon with her husband and two teenage children. She is a Board Member of the Mt. Lebanon Nature Conservancy and the Environmental Sustainability Board, a PTA volunteer, a Girl Scout leader and a member of Women in Bio. Jenn is passionate in serving her community and devoted to sustainability and environmental justice.
Louise spent much of her professional life working in education, first as a teacher in inner-city Miami, then later as a special educator and college instructor here in Pittsburgh, before joining the office staff in September 2016. She earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Miami in Coral Gables and completed her graduate studies at the University of Pittsburgh. Her interests include policies that will promote equity for all Americans, as well as those which will improve the lives of children today and in the future.
Louise is a product of the Mt. Lebanon School District and is married to Brennen, a fellow Mt. Lebanon High School grad. They have two children.
Ian joined the House Democratic Caucus in 2017 as part of the Legislative Policy and Research Office. There, he drafted legislation and conducted research for members with a focus on issues surrounding Pennsylvania’s judicial system and the Liquor Control Board, and ultimately managed two teams of analysts covering the policy areas of transportation, state government, local government, as well as the judiciary and liquor. As part of Chairman Miller’s team within the Office of the Democratic Caucus Chair, Ian assists in the management of caucus business and any other issue that may arise.
Ian graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Political Science. He is a lifelong resident of the Harrisburg area and currently resides in Carlisle, PA with his partner Majda, Riki the dog, and Rosie the cat.
Jessica started with the Caucus in 2018 with years of experience in customer service and administrative duties. Her experience in the caucus was with two freshman members before joining Chairman Miller's team. She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Penn State University.
Jessica’s interest in politics began in high school when she participated in Youth and Government. She is interested in policies that support mothers, young children, and health care. Jessica is also involved locally as a board member to Susquehanna Soccer Club. Jessica is from a small town in Central PA but currently lives in Harrisburg, PA with her husband, two young children and two boxers.
Raised in a small, rural PA town, Kelsey started with the Democratic Caucus in early 2019, where she continues to grow her expertise in areas related to health insurance and children and youth programs, as well as programs and social reform initiatives taken to improve the quality of life for some of PA’s most vulnerable populations.
Today, Kelsey hopes to continue to further the conversation surrounding the importance of comprehensive public health efforts that seek to remove barriers that stand in many Pennsylvanians’ way to access their most fundamental rights to affordable housing, food, education, and healthcare. Kelsey lives in Harrisburg, PA, with her two cats, Vivienne and Olive, and plenty of houseplants that keep her on her toes.