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On Friday, March 20th, 9 members of Alice Lloyd College’s Phi Beta Lambda attended the State Leadership Conference held at the University of Pikeville. ALC’s students and local chapter performed very well and received numerous awards. 

Phi Beta Lambda is the college version of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). It is a national organization that better prepares students for careers in business and business-related fields. Regardless of career field choice, business affects every area of employment. Thus, this organization is open to all Alice Lloyd College students regardless of their major or discipline.

The purpose of the Omega Alpha Tau Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda is to provide additional opportunities for college students to develop skills in the area of administration and to promote a sense of civic and personal responsibility. The specific goals are to develop competent, aggressive business leadership; to strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work; to create more interest and understanding of American business enterprise; to develop character; to prepare for useful citizenship and foster patriotism; to encourage scholarship; and to promote school loyalty.

Individual Awards:


Allison Holbrook:
First Place – Future Business Executive 
First Place – Organizational Theory and Leadership

Sarah Woolridge:
First Place – Community Service Project (group)
First Place – Business Communications

Elected State Secretary for KY PBL

Katie Hylton:
First Place – Marketing Concepts

Kristen Fitch:
First Place – Community Service Project (group)
Second Place – Macroeconomics

Maegyn Bates:
Second Place – Management Concepts 
Second Place – Personal Finance

Austin Allen:
Second Place – Information Management

Andrea Slone:
Third Place – Entrepreneurial Concepts

Jennifer Lewis:
Third Place – Business Communications


Chapter Awards:

Second Place Outstanding Local Chapter
Second Place Annual Business Report