36 Wake Tech students win state award

Posted May 2, 2008 1:22 p.m. EDT
Updated May 2, 2008 1:24 p.m. EDT

— Thirty-six Wake Tech students won awards at a statewide leadership conference last month.

Phi Beta Lambda, the national academic fraternity for business and leadership, sponsored the conference and the competition, in which students from 34 colleges and universities across the state participated.

Students tested their skilss in accounting, public speaking, office systems and more.

Twenty-six of Wake Tech's state winners will compete in at the national level on June 21-24 in Atlanta.

Winners from Wake Tech are:

Ankit Ahuja
Daniel M. Armistead
Nicholas J. Armstrong
Francis A. Blain
Laurie E. Brousseau
Alison Melissa Davis
Patricia Deanda-Likes
Tamika N. Evans
Benjamin M. Evenson
Cornelius A. Flowers
Brandon N. Ford
Joseph Michael Grace, Jr.
Martha Jefferson Graziano
Noah Harris IV
John A. Harrison
Carlos D. Hernandez
Anjenette Michelle Holder Shawnessy
Allen Hughey
Dylan M. Hunger
Nabil Z. Inaya
Elizabeth W. Johnson
Gabriel A. Jordan
Melanie L. Krichko
Audra H. Luckham
Lindsey M. Lutz
Barbara A. Mainwaring
Robert Lee Mitchell III
Jessy K. Paddock
Kristin L. Page
Rhonda G. Pickett
Michael Walter Schmitz
Kymberly Shepard
James E. Smith
Brian D. Speight
Claudette Taylor
Jeffrey D. Thompson
Sara A. Wilkins
Kimberly A. Wilson