PBL Elects 2014-15 Officers at Williams
|PBL 2014-15 Officers, shown L to R: Khalil de Lima, Caleb Hicks, Jeff Manuel, Megan Weick, Jeff Morris, Taylor Galloway. Not pictured: Sydney Davied.
Phi Beta Lambda, a society for business students at Williams Baptist College, has elected its officers for the 2014-2015 school year. The group selected Jeff Manuel as president, Khalil de Lima as vice president for fundraising, Megan Weick as vice president for philanthropy, Caleb Hicks as director of communications, Jeff Morris as director of competitive events, Sydney Davied as secretary, and Taylor Galloway as treasurer.
Manuel, who will be a senior, is from Tuckerman, Ark. He is the son of David and Penni Manuel of Tuckerman.
De Lima, who is a senior, is from Sao Paulo, Brazil. He is the son of Joao and Lidia de Lima of Sao Paulo.
Weick, who will be a junior, is from Pocahontas, Ark. She is the daughter of David and Mary Beth Weick of Pocahontas.
Hicks, who is a senior, is from Qulin, Mo. He is the son of Lindel and Cheri Hicks of Qulin.
Morris, who will be a senior, is from Bono, Ark. He is the son of Larry and Tanya Morris of Bono.
Davied, who will be a senior, is from Sikeston, Mo. She is the daughter of Kevin and Tracy Davied of Sikeston.
Galloway, who will be a sophomore, is from Fisk, Mo. She is the daughter of James and Kim Galloway of Fisk.
Phi Beta Lambda is the collegiate branch of Future Business Leaders of America. It provides a network for business students to pursue personal development and explore career options in the business field, as well as providing an outlet for community service.
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