Mrs. Tullo is the Pennsylvania State Director with the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). She graduated with a Master’s degree in Community Psychology at Pennsylvania State University. She served as a Corporate Outreach Intern with the Farm Animal Protection Campaign at the state legislature, developing her own connections with lawmakers, and volunteering with Humane Lobby Day before taking on the state director role at HSUS. Over those years, she has built a solid reputation both professionally and personally through her determination for building community, relationships and opportunities to grow these areas above and beyond the status quo. She was selected as one of the top “forty under forty” as a salute to emerging young professionals for her commitment to serving the community. Most recently, she led the public’s voices in raising awareness of animal welfare and carried this momentum through the passing of house bill 1238, incorporating Libre’s Law, which is considered the most comprehensive animal protection legislation overhaul in Pennsylvania’s state history and the Animals in Distress law (recognized as the “hot car bill”).