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MEET JOHN CUSATIS
I have a natural passion for helping others, plus experience built within our community, makes me an ideal candidate to serve as an Alternate Delegate to the Republican National Convention.
I graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Business Logistics. I grew up in a Family business environment with my Grandfather’s plumbing business. Right out of college I began working at Penske Logistics and started as a dispatcher for Transportation. Working hard allowed me to move up the ranks to Senior Operations Manager where I was directly responsible for managing over 30 employees and responsible for transportation budget of over $400 million dollars. Throughout my career my proudest accomplishment was seeing others succeed. I am also formally trained as a Six Sigma Black Belt, also can be referred to as Operational Excellence. Four years ago, I moved on to Director of Operations for a local company called TRIOSE. We specialize in serving as freight management to the health care industry. I am currently the Director of Enterprise Quality at TRIOSE.
The thing I am most proud of is my role As Director of Community Relations for the Reading United A.C., I have worked with many organizations in the community to organize, fundraise, and host events for local causes and families in need. I created an organization called the Reading United Fun League, which is a co ed soccer league that connects people on the field, but our mission is community improvement off the field. We have hosted over 60 charity events and raised over $60,000 to these causes. I am also the President of Berks Hometown Heroes, a 501c3 aimed at helping others in the Community.
In closing I believe my management skills, operational knowledge and most importantly community involvement makes me the most uniquely qualified candidate for delegate. MY ability to work with others is also an asset that I have used in the past 4 years as Township Supervisor.
I grew up in Hazleton and currently live in Exeter Township. Both of those communities represent part of the 9th Congressional district.