Paloma Chumacero, a senior economics student, and fellow team members from other schools won their case category during the KPMG sponsored Team Case Competition at Beta Gamma Sigma’s 2019 Global Leadership Summit (GLS). The team was selected as a winner based on their innovative and creative solution for their assigned business case and the effectiveness of their presentation.
Paloma is vice president of alumni and membership development for the Boise State chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS).
Also attending the conference was Noah Machakos, the vice president of the BGS chapter.
Beta Gamma Sigma’s annual GLS brings together nearly 400 BGS members to explore their talents while building relationships with fellow leaders from chapters around the world. During the Summit, attendees participate in a carefully cultivated series of leadership sessions designed to build upon each other to culminate in an intensive team competition. This year’s summit took place October 31-November 3 in Chicago.
About Beta Gamma Sigma
Established in 1913, Beta Gamma Sigma is an international honor society exclusively for AACSB accredited business programs. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is highly selective, reserved for top students within the top five percent of business schools around the world. Members of Beta Gamma Sigma go on to lead—and even create—some of the largest and most successful companies around the globe. Beta Gamma Sigma has inducted more than 830,000 members worldwide since its founding in 1913. The Society is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri.