Director of Events
As an American citizen born in Baku, Azerbaijan, Stella Sytnik has found a way to celebrate her unique and diverse heritage. In her new role as director of events, Sytnik is excited to offer her management skills and planning expertise to help the Reconstructionist movement achieve a new level of professionalism in all our future events and gatherings, large or small.
Sytnik serves on multiple boards of organizations with missions to foster a more connected society and advance appreciation of people from diverse cultures, ethnicities and heritages. Fluent in German, Russian, English, and Azerbaijani, she holds an MA in Linguistics from the University of Foreign Languages in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Now a resident of Voorhees, N.J., she is deeply engaged in the civic life of her community. Sytnik serves as a vice chair on the Camden County Cultural Heritage Commission Advisory Board and as a Commissioner/Executive Board Member of the Camden County Human Relations Commission.
She was awarded a Commendation from the Camden County Board of Freeholders and the State of New Jersey Senate and General Assembly Citation.
Sytnik spent more than a decade as part of Campbell Soup Company’s winning marketing, administrative, and research team at their Headquarters in Camden, N.J. The experience of being a part of the Fortune 500 Company inspired her to start her own company, Waterise Inc.—an innovative brand with a concept of purified drinking water for children. She took on a new role as public advocate and won the contract to manufacture and supply the City of Philadelphia with her personally developed private label brand of bottled water, "Philly Tap."
She resides in Voorhees, N.J. with her husband, Alex, and two wonderful sons, Walter and Alan.