Alumna Baroness Joanna Shields came back to Penn State to talk to students about her experiences, from growing up in St. Marys to becoming the U.K.’s minister for Internet Safety and Security.
Alumna Baroness Joanna Shields came back to Penn State to talk to students about her experiences, from growing up in St. Marys to becoming the U.K.’s minister for Internet Safety and Security. Penn State Photo provided
Alumna Baroness Joanna Shields came back to Penn State to talk to students about her experiences, from growing up in St. Marys to becoming the U.K.’s minister for Internet Safety and Security. Penn State Photo provided

Penn State alumna Baroness Joanna Shields shares story with students

October 25, 2016 01:34 AM

UPDATED October 27, 2016 02:43 AM

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