Phi Beta Lambda Wins Big at State Conference

Phi Beta Lambda’s members and adviser attended the 52nd Annual Missouri Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference March 25-26 in Jefferson City.

The conference theme was "Missouri PBL— Breaking Barriers" and it featured competitive events for individuals and teams, leadership training and election of officers for the next year. 

Truman’s chapter received the award for 2nd largest chapter in the state. Truman students also received many honors at the awards ceremony (see below).

Winning students are eligible to represent Truman at the National Leadership Conference in June 2011 in Orlando, Fla.

Phi Beta Lambda is an educational association of postsecondary student members preparing for careers in business. There are more than 11,000 active members in the U.S. Missouri has more than 400 members in 22 chapters.

The following individuals and groups won awards:

Business Decision Making Team
Parker Leatherman, Daniel Riekena, Kadie Webster, 1st

Small Business Development Plan Team
Megan Recklein,Wanding Shi, Salisa Suwanprathip, 1st

Financial Analysis & Decision Making
Duc Thai, 2nd
Wanding Shi, 3rd

Marketing Concepts

Laura Stucky, 4th

Financial Concepts
Duc Thai, 1st
Qi Wang, 4th

Job Interview
Laura Heien, 2nd

Management Concepts

Megan Recklein, 2nd

Qi Wang, 3rd

Sports Management and Marketing
Jacob Caughron, 3rd
Ryan Peterson, 4th

Contemporary Sports Issues
Gio Amashukeli, 3rd

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