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Members of the Beta Alpha Psi student officer board. Top row from left: Kelsey Crowder, 21; Francisco Ruiz Duran, '21; Vendela From, 21, '22; Hayden Reynoso, '21. Bottom row from left: Riley Ohashi, '22; Keisha Lugito, '21,'22; Sabrina Xiao, '21; Amber Larsh, '21
The competition is sponsored by the KPMG Foundation and the winning chapters receive a $2,500 prize. Delta Eta was previously recognized as a Gold chapter from 2011-2014.
“Only 10 chapters receive this recognition each year, putting Seattle U in the Top 5 percent of all BAP chapters as far as recognition and status,” says Gabe Saucedo, PhD, associate professor of accounting and chapter advisor.
“While all chapter members made this possible, including both the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 student officer boards, I want to give special props to outgoing President Keisha Lugito, ’21, ’22, incoming President Vendela From, ’21, ’22, and incoming Vice President of Marketing & Competitions Gabriella Candera, ’21,” says Saucedo. “Their leadership and artistic flair definitely attributed to this win.”
BAP recognizes that many chapters often go above and beyond what is required to become a “Superior Chapter.” To reward these chapters, the KPMG Foundation sponsors the Gold Challenge Competition, which lets BAP students put their multimedia skills to use by creating a five minute video that explains and/or demonstrates why their chapter deserves the award or why a top student would want to become part of the BAP organization.
The Seattle U students’ winning video submission is here.
Here are some other highlights of the chapter’s accomplishments:
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