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CCCC PBL has successful year

Click to enlarge,  The Central Carolina Community College Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) chapter has won numerous awards this year, including Gold Seal, Gold Star, The Legacy Leadership Award (TLLA), and Professional Division Chapter of the Year. These awards were presented at the recent NCPBL State Leadership Conference held April 5-8 in Charlotte.

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Click to enlarge,  Central Carolina Community College's Diane Kannarr (left) was selected as the 2018 NC Phi Beta Lambda Advisor of the Year.

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05.10.2018ClubsCollege & CommunityCollege GeneralCurriculum Programs

SANFORD - The Central Carolina Community College Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) chapter has won numerous awards this year, including Gold Seal, Gold Star, The Legacy Leadership Award (TLLA), and Professional Division Chapter of the Year. These awards were presented at the recent NCPBL State Leadership Conference held April 5-8 in Charlotte.

In addition, CCCC's Diane Kannarr was selected as the 2018 NCPBL Advisor of the Year.

Phi Beta Lambda, a national student organization, promotes business leadership in its members. PBL is a nationally affiliated professional business organization for students and the college counterpart of Future Business Leaders of America. The CCCC PBL Chapter participates in service, fundraising, and scholarly activities as well as competitive events at the state and national PBL conferences. While primarily a business club, PBL is open to students of all majors.

Twenty-seven CCCC PBL members attended the state conference, which included general sessions, business meetings, competitive events, officer elections, special-interest sessions, awards banquet, and social activities. The chapter competes against not only other two-year colleges, but also four-year colleges and universities. This conference provides an opportunity for PBL members from local chapters across the state to share ideas and challenges.

The conference also marked a new era for the chapter as 11 Lee Early College members attended and competed.

The following members participated and placed in these events:

1st Computer Animation: Keyon Jones & Aiden McLaughlin

1st Forensic Accounting: Nicole Thompson

1st Human Resource Management: Michele Shaw

1st Management Analysis & Decision Making: Zachary Gordon & Dylan Hargis

1st Parliamentary Procedure: Shishir Desai, Aiden McLaughlin, Faith Richmond, Sarah Salvador & Hami Trinh

2nd Accounting Analysis & Decision Making: Nicole Thompson

2nd Business Law: Barbara Riley & Michele Shaw

2nd Community Service Project: Zachary Gordon, Cherie Kelly & Alexis Walker

2nd Network Design: Mark Keily & Richard Morton

2nd Programming Concepts: Mark Keily

2nd Small Business Plan: Keyon Jones & Josue Pena

3rd Business Decision Making: Josue Pena, Bryce Tricias & Julian Banguera

3rd Business Sustainability: Zachary Gordon & Cherie Kelly

3rd Client Service: Kinsley Johns

3rd Hospitality Management: Barbara Rodriguez

3rd Human Resource Management: Dylan Hargis & Barbara Riley

3rd Parliamentary Procedure: Kayla Martinez, Leslie Mendoza, Barbara Rodriguez & Alexis Walker

3rd Public Speaking: Misael Solorzano

3rd Social Media Challenge: Kinsley Johns

3rd Strategic Analysis & Decision Making: Kayla Martinez, Leslie Mendoza & Cristian Pedraza

4th Business Presentation: Cherie Kelly & Alexis Walker

4th Global Analysis & Decision Making: Cristian Pedraza

4th Public Speaking: Sarah Salvador

4th Sports Management & Marketing: Crystal Kohli

5th Retail Management: Mia Knecht

5th Social Media Challenge: Misael Solorzano

6th Future Business Executive: Julian Banguera

Several members were inducted into the NCPBL Who's Who. Those members include Zachary Gordon, Mark Keily, Josue Pena, Barbara Rodriguez, Chesure Tate, Alexis Walker, and Cherie Kelly, who has also been selected by NCPBL to be inducted into the National PBL Who's Who.

For information about Central Carolina Community College and its programs, visit its website, www.cccc.edu or call the college at 919-775-5401.