SE student team captures first place at Phi Beta Lambda state competition

SE Communications

DURANT – Phi Beta Lambda, a Southeastern Oklahoma State University professional student organization, won its second consecutive state championship recently at the State Leadership Conference in Oklahoma City.

Seven colleges and universities competed in the event. Southeastern had several students rank No. 1 in the state within their competitive events.

This year’s Phi Beta Lambda team is made up of student members (undergraduate and graduate) who live all over the country, and  includes one international student. The team will travel to Chicago this summer to represent SE and to compete at the National Leadership Conference.

Dr. Luci Parmer is the SE faculty adviser for Phi Beta Lambda.

Below is the list of SE results, listed by name, event, and state ranking. The top 3 in each event are recognized as finalists:

Ahmed Ibraham 1st place: Macroeconomics
Ahmed Ibraham 3rd place: Finance
Jaclyn Garcia 2nd place: Entrepreneurship Concepts
Jaclyn Garcia 3rd place: Project Management
Jessica Mumme 2nd place: Cyber Security
Jessica Mumme 1st place: Justice Administration
Jessica Mumme 2nd place: Management Concepts
Jessica Mumme 1st place: Organizational Behavior & Leadership
Kristin Hatter: 1st place: Project Management
Luqman Dabiri 2nd place: Marketing Concepts
Rachael Gentges 3rd place: Justice Administration
Rachael Gentges 3rd place: Management Concepts
Rachael Gentges 3rd place: Networking Concepts
Tiffany Bray 3rd place: Accounting Principles
Tiffany Bray 2nd place: Organizational Behavior & Leadership
Tiffany Bray 1st place: Personal Finance
Yoelin Cabrera-Fernandez 2nd place: Accounting Principles
Yoelin Cabrera-Fernandez 1st place: Insurance Concepts

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