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Students Sharpen Leadership Skills at National Conference


Student leaders at national conferenceOn the path to continued successSix representatives of the Student Government Association Executive Board and Greek Life at Penn College attended the Lead365 National Conference in Orlando, Florida, from Nov. 2-4. Lead365 offers an intensive curriculum featuring professionals who eagerly share their leadership knowledge and encourage students to “explore, engage and evolve.” “I’m honored to have had the opportunity to attend such an amazing and inspiring conference,” said Alexandra D. Petrizzi, of Langhorne, SGA’s vice president of public relations. “In just three days, I’ve gained knowledge I’ll use for the rest of my life.” Colleague David A. Gadalla, vice president of internal relations, added: “Lead365 helped me learn lots about leadership, as well as about myself. It allowed me to work on existing relationships and form new ones, and I’m extremely grateful that Penn College gave me to the opportunity to attend.” Pictured (from left) are Michael A. Zvodar, of Palm, Omega Delta Sigma; Petrizzi; Nancy Hunter Denney, executive director of the Lead365 conference; Gadalla; Everett B. Appleby, of Wilkes-Barre, SGA’s executive vice president; Darien J. Ketterer, of Cranberry Township, Sigma Pi; Jordan D. Suter, of Lock Haven, Phi Mu Delta; and Sal Vitko, assistant director of student activities for student organizations and orientation.
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