Business students take first, second place at Phi Beta Lambda conference

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Three business students who are members of the Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) honor society placed at the organization’s 2021 State Leadership Experience Conference. Michael Glennon, a business administration and MBA student, took first place in Project Management and second in Impromptu Speaking. Aaron Katzenberger, a PGA Golf Management major and president of Campbell’s PBL chapter, took home second place in Information Management, while Amyah Wiley placed fourth in Management Concepts.

Each spring, PBL members compete in dozens of different business and leadership competitions at State and National Leadership Conferences. Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) and Future Business Leaders of America is the largest student business club in the world. The Campbell chapter of PBL has existed for almost 80 years and has taken home dozens of State and National Competition wins.

In addition to educational club meetings, PBL provides business students the chance to engage with fellow students and connect with business professionals from all over the country. The resume-building organization aims to help students expand their business and leadership skills. 

Students who place in the top three of each category qualify for the National Leadership Conference in June.