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PTK Officers

​​​​​​Dayna CormaneyChapter President
Email: [email protected]

My name is Dayna Cormaney and I am the Alpha Psi Pi President of PTK at RCSJ. I am starting my first year of college as a sophomore after attending RCSJ during high school through HSOP. I am taking courses towards a degree in Nursing and plan to graduate the program in May of 2025 and find a job as a pediatric nurse. After graduation, I plan to attend Rowan University for my BS in Nursing. During my free time, I enjoy jet skiing, going to the beach, and classic cars.

Domonique DeNardo- Executive Vice-President
Email: [email protected]

I’m Domonique, a Criminal Justice major in the 3+1 program. For me, a lot happened in 2016; I was a member of the All-USA academic Team, Executive VP of the Alpha Psi Pi chapter of PTK, & I graduated with honors, having earned my associates degree from RCGC. In fall of 2022 I’ve returned to school part-time with the intention of earning my bachelors. My experiences with PTK were the highlight of my time spent at RCSJ while earning my associates degree, & I am excited to include PTK as an aspect of my non-traditional college experience once again. 
Gymnastics has been and will always remain a huge piece of my life. I attribute much of my academic success to the life skills gained from 16 years as a gymnast myself. Currently I coach both recreational & competitive gymnastics & have been doing so for the past 13 years. My other interests include concerts, watching hockey, & scuba diving.

Mackenzie Holland - 
Vice President of Membership and Communications 

Email: [email protected]

Hi, my name is Mackenzie. This is my second year at RCSJ where I am going to get my associate's degree in Psychology. After I graduate, I intend to get my bachelor's degree in Health Promotion and Wellness Management from Rowan University. It is my goal to become a Certified Child Life Specialist after earning my bachelor's degree, to help pediatric patients and their families understand their experiences as well as being as comfortable as possible in healthcare settings. During my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, traveling, and working on art projects.​​

Isabella Teti - Vice-President of Hallmark
Email: [email protected]

Isabella Teti is a Junior at Gloucester Catholic High School and a committed student at RCSJ. She is currently a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, the Phi Theta Kappa, and the National Society of High School Scholars. While being an honor roll student and planning to take majority of AP courses at Gloucester Catholic this year, she still finds the time to be involved at RCSJ. Isabella plans to graduate with her high school diploma as well as her Associate's Degree in 2024. She is a Criminal Justice major and hopes to also double major in Cybersecurity. In addition to being a full-time high school student and a part-time RCSJ student, she currently is a student ambassador, a varsity cheerleader, and a varsity volleyball and softball player at Gloucester Catholic. Finally, Isabella's goal is to become the first female FBI Director. ​

Megan Rinaldo- Chapter Secretary

My name is Megan Rinaldo, I will be graduating with my Associates in Health Science in May of 2023, and from there I will be furthering my studies in the Nuclear Medicine program, which I will be applying to in April of 2023. I am currently the PTK Secretary of Alpha Psi Pi. Outside of academics, I lead the welcoming and usher team at my Millville Assembly of God, I also am one of the leaders of our vacation Bible School that we host during the summer for kids of the community. I started my college career later in life because I chose to start a family. That was my main goal in life, but that decision also helped me mature more, and now I am doing all I can to give my kids the best in life.​

Contact: [email protected]

Shawn J. Rutter​​
PTK Advisor 
[email protected]​​​

Alejandra Valencia
PTK Advisor 

Want to become an officer?
Phi Theta Kappa Elections are held in May of each year. Students interested in petitioning for elections in the Spring are advised to become active in the Honor Society and meet with the current Officer Team and Advisors to learning about the responsibilities of each position.