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February 2, 2016

New Mexico Associate Chapter attends Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers

Written by Caleb Cobos

The New Mexico Associate Chapter at The University of New Mexico attended a leadership conference this past January called Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers held in Los Angeles, California.

At Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers we learned about evolving as leaders together, team building, and goal setting. A few of the goals in which we are going to implement this term are, communication between executive council and the chapter, have one voice as an executive council, and most importantly is chartering by the end of the semester.

Introducing the University of New Mexico Pi Kappa Phi executive board for 2016 from left to right is: Joseph Clark (Risk Management), Robert Collins (Philanthropy Chair), Steven Gonzales (Treasurer), Caleb Cobos (Historian), Matthew Feddersen (Archon), Matthew Sanchez (Vice Archon), Roland Hentz (Warden), Riley Banz (Chaplain).

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