HARRISBURG (May 6, 2016) - Traci L. Naugle, a partner in the Altoona
law firm of Forr, Stokan, Huff, Kormanski & Naugle, will begin a
three-year term on the PBA Board of Governors at the conclusion of the
PBA Annual Meeting May 13 in Hershey.
One of 12 zone governors who serve on the PBA board, Naugle will
represent Blair, Bedford, Cambria, Fulton, Huntingdon, Indiana, Mifflin
and Somerset county lawyers who are members of the association.
Naugle is the co-chair of the PBA Young Lawyers Division's Statewide
High School Mock Trial Competition. She served as Zone 8 chair of the
PBA YLD and as Nominating Committee chair. She served as the associate
editor of the PBA YLD newsletter, At Issue. Naugle was awarded
the PBA YLD Michael K. Smith Excellence in Service Award in 2008. She
was a member of the PBA Bar Leadership Institute and served as a
panelist for a variety of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) programs.
Naugle is the vice president of the Blair County Bar Association and
served on its Board of Governors. She also was the coordinator of the
BCBA Constitution Day program. She has served as the president, vice
president and secretary of the BCBA Young Lawyers Division Committee.
Named to the Pennsylvania Business Central's "Foremost 40 Under 40" and the Altoona Mirror's
"20 Under 40," Naugle also was an adjunct instructor at The
Pennsylvania State University, Altoona College. She has served as the
president of the Bethany Evangelical Lutheran Church Council of which
she is a current member. She also is a member of the Blair County
Chamber of Commerce.
She is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of The Pennsylvania State University
and a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of
Law from which she was certified as a public interest advocate by the
Miller Center for Public Interest Advocacy.
Founded in 1895, the Pennsylvania Bar Association strives to promote
justice, professional excellence and respect for the law; improve public
understanding of the legal system; facilitate access to legal services;
and serve the 27,000 lawyers who are members of the association.