Jadhoom Dance, an Organization for All

Video posted November 11, 2015 in News by Kaitlyn DePaolis


Manisha Yarlagadda — She has been involved in Jadhoom since her junior year at Penn State. She is a senior accounting major and performed with them last year. Her and many of the members are of Indian heritage but the group invites anyone from any culture to join the group.

Feature by Caitlin DePaolis
Edited by Kristin Consorti

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Caitlin DePaolis

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

As a broadcast journalism major minoring in business, Spanish, and Korean, I love experiences that allow me to harness my innate curiosity in new and challenging ways. Throughout my junior year of college, I’ve had the experience of producing radio shows, filming and editing TV segments, and interacting with people across a variety of backgrounds.

As the time grows near for me to graduate, I would love to channel my drive in the field of entertainment public relations and social media in California, but I am open to working absolutely anywhere and everywhere.

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Kristin Consorti

Senior / Broadcast Journalism and Political Science

Along with Broadcast Journalism and Political Science, Kristin is minoring in photography. Kristin has interned for Tom Corbett’s 2014 re-election campaign,
C-NET Access TV for Centre County, and WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh. Kristin is currently interning for the Centre County Gazette as an Arts and Entertainment Intern, and Leadership Centre County as a Public Relations Intern. At Penn State, she is currently working as an alumni-relations fundraiser with Lion Line where she has raised over $15,000 for academic scholarships. She is also a staff writer and photographer for State in the Real, an online music news publication, and a technical director for ‘For the Record.’ Kristin has also been involved in a number of other organizations, including the Student Sustainability Advisory Council, THON, and Air Force Silver Wings.