Delta State Students Win Big at Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Competition

College of Business and Aviation Phi Beta Lambda chapter members received numerous honors at the national leadership competition held June 24-27 in San Antonio, Texas.

Peyton Chambers and Frances Varner won first place in financial analysis and decision-making. They also placed in the top 15 in marketing analysis and decision-making.

Alexas Hayes earned 4th place in business ethics and in the top 15 in human resources management.

Zachary Bozeman received 5th place in contemporary sports issues and 7th place in insurance concepts.

Erik Syc landed in the top 15 in global analysis and decision-making as well as in human resources management.

Synethia Matthews placed in the top 15 in job interview.

“These students competed against hundreds of students from across the country in each of their categories and all finished in the top 15 in the nation,” said Dr. Tomeka Harbin, PBL adviser at Delta State and chair and associate professor of marketing. “They have done extraordinary well and represented Delta State University with a spirit of excellence. I am very proud to be affiliated with such great students.”

PBL is the collegiate division of the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc.

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