Miami Dade College students excel at leadership conference

Members of Phi Beta Lambda, a business fraternity from Miami Dade College, earned prizes at the organization’s national leadership conference in Tennessee. Miami Dade students competed and placed in 12 categories.

First-place winners were: Shanna Knowles, Claudia Romero and Melanie Velasquez in Integrated Marketing Campaign; Iris Lopez, Yheinny Santana and Brandon Silva in Small Business Management.

Second-place winners were: Svetlanna Valdes and Tiffany Wood in Business Law. Sean McKenzie and Katherine Puig placed third in Economic Analysis.

Fourth-place winners were Nicholas Mallery in Accounting Analysis; Antonio Cajade in Macroeconomics and Quinn Allen in Public Speaking.

Fifth-place students were Yanet Arcaya in Accounting for Professionals; Angel Juan and Yohei Fujita in Business Presentation.

Ana Parades, Nicole Simon and Richard Telfeja placed sixth in Management Analysis.

Jessica Caicedo, Jezer Guinea, Robert Knewitz, Allen Llorda and Betsy Trujillo placed ninth in Parliamentary Procedure. John Centeno, Hyacinth Llanos and Alexis Perez placed 10th in Community Service.

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