Ten students attend Global Leadership Summit in Florida

Attending the Global Leadership Summit were YSU students, from the left, back row, Dominic Carano, Steven Jeffries, Adam Zimmerman, Gabriel Tolesani and Dylan Anders, and front row, Leegan Vorndran, Carolyn Sabol, Ashley Cline, Emily Lampe and Amanda Wilke.

Ten student members from the Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter in the Williamson College of Business Administration at Youngstown State University attended the international organization’s Global Leadership Summit in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

Members attending the summit were Dylan Anders of Cortland, Dominic Carano of Canfield, Steven Jeffries of New Castle, Ashley Cline of Niles, Emily Lampe of North Jackson, Carolyn Sabol of Poland, Gabriel Tolesani of New York, Leegan Vorndran of Medina, Amanda Wilke of Warren, and Adam Zimmerman of Berlin Center.

The Global Leadership Summit is a national conference where students from all over the world learn about current issues facing business.

Beta Gamma Sigma is an international business honor society available to only AACSB accredited schools. Only 6 percent of business schools around the globe have this accreditation. Only undergraduate students in the top 10 percent and graduate students in the top 20 percent qualify for entry. The YSU Beta Gamma Sigma chapter was installed on June 11, 2000. To date, the chapter has inducted 686 students into this prestigious organization.