Bobby Ferraro

Bobby Ferraro is a 1990 graduate of Lewisburg Area High School (PA) and a 1994 graduate of Bucknell University. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in both Economics and Education during his undergraduate years and completed his course work in the Business master’s degree program at Bucknell. During his education years, Ferraro competed in the sport of wrestling and was a 2x PIAA state champion and an NHSCA Senior National Champion in the event's inaugural year. He was also named the Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year his sophomore, junior, and senior year at Lewisburg High School. In 1998, Ferraro was inducted into the District IV Wrestling Hall of Fame. While competing for his father at Bucknell, Ferraro earned four conference titles and was a two-time NCAA All American.

Named the Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year at Bucknell his senior year, Ferraro was inducted into the Bucknell Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004. Following his education, he moved to Atlanta, Georgia and worked in various roles for RaceTrac Petroleum. His RaceTrac career included field marketing and HR/personnel experience. From Atlanta, Ferraro moved to Altoona, Pennsylvania to work for Sheetz where he served as the beverage category sales manager for six years. In 2007, Ferraro was hired on as the Executive Director for the NHSCA, and in 2015, was promoted to the CEO. Ferraro is also the co-founder and CEO of Fusfoo High School Digital Network. Ferraro and his wife, Leslie, have 3 children: Dylan, Taylor, and Kendall.



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