Snead State Community College had 14 students to attend the virtual 2022 Alabama Phi Beta Lambda State Conference.
Students interested in the fields of business and economics are encouraged to join Phi Beta Lambda, but students in other majors are welcome to join. This year, the student majors ranged from elementary education to engineering, criminal justice and business. The purposes of the organization are to develop competent, aggressive business leadership and to create interest and understanding in business occupations.
During the State Conference, the students competed against other college and university students from across the state. All 14 students placed in at least one of their competitive events.
The team of Erika Aragon Cruz of Horton, Cindy Guerrero of Boaz, Amber Lopez of Horton, Marisol Lopez of Albertville, and Nancy Santiago of Albertville won first place in Parliamentary Procedure.
The individual winners from Snead State included:
• Jareny Lopez – second place in Organizational Behavior and Leadership and third place in Management Concepts
• Alicia Ramirez – second place in Marketing Concepts and fourth place in Retail Management
• Daniela Ramirez-Soriano – first place in Financial Concepts and second place in Personal Finance
• Arturo Ramos – first place in Project Management and second place in Management Concepts
• Jake Tidwell – first place in Network Design and first place in Networking Concepts
• Raven Fox – first place in Management Concepts and first place in Marketing Concepts
• Cindy Guerrero – first place in Personal Finance
• Adriana Ponce – first place in Desktop Publishing and third place in Retail Management
• Gabriela Andres – first place in Entrepreneurship Concepts and second place in Retail Management
• Ronald Clark – first place in Justice Administration and first place in Sports Management and Marketing
• Erika Aragon Crus – second place in Sports Management and Marketing