After graduating from Penn State, Raven earned master’s degrees in psychology and counseling from Bucknell University. An active community volunteer who serves on several boards, Raven was a partner and family therapist for several decades at the Courtyard Counseling Center. She was the first non-lawyer to serve as chair on the disciplinary board for the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Today, she serves as the scholarship chair for the Selinsgrove (Pa.) Community Giving Board. She also chairs the nominating committee for the Susquehanna Valley Choral Board and serves on the Geisinger MyCode Ethics Advisory Committee overseeing genetics research, among other activities. A member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, Raven comes from a long line of Penn Staters, including her parents, siblings, and more than 40 relatives. Raven’s grandfather played football for Penn State and graduated in the early 1900s. She and her husband, Marvin, have created two undergraduate scholarships in the college and supported several other Liberal Arts and University initiatives.