Beta Theta Pi Tackles Leadership at Regional Convention

BY: EVAN BYRNE

BETHANY W.V. -The Psi Chapter of Beta Theta Pi sent 6 men to develop their leadership skills to Cherry Hill, NJ this past weekend for their national Keystone Regional Leadership Conference. The 6 men headed to NJ on Friday, February 17.

 This conference is for the executive members of the fraternity who are in the Northeast region of the United States. This included well over 300 undergraduates, advisors, volunteers, and general fraternity officers. 

 The Keystone Regional Leadership Conference offers undergraduates a high-quality opportunity to be educated on chapter officer development, leadership, and a fun weekend spent with brothers from different schools in the region.

 The 6 men who attended the conference were Ryan Senka, President; Tim Jones, Vice President; Christoper Ray, Risk Manager; Kevin Bakowski, Recruitment; Lamont Whiteside, Communications; Kevin Marthensin, Finance; and Evan Byrne, conference intern. 

 This 3-day conference had many opportunities for executive members to develop their leadership skills. These opportunities consisted of breakout sessions for each individual position to share ideas and learn strategies to help them in their position. A large part of the conference was led by chapter presidents to create three goals to improve their chapters. The chapter stated, “They were excited to get back to campus to bring back the ideas they had learned and developed during their time at the conference.” 

 The men of Beta Theta Pi are annual attendees of this conference and this is a first time in a while for a brother to have been interning for the conference. The brothers came back fired up and ready to work hard to improve their chapter. 

 Along with Beta, the sisters of Phi Mu attended their national convention in Georgia, and the sisters of Alpha Xi Delta attended an officer training to develop their leadership skills as well. 

 

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