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Boise State Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi Receives Superior Chapter Status

The international honor organization of Beta Alpha Psi announced that the Boise State Chapter – Zeta Psi – has received international recognition as a Superior Chapter. In an announcement letter, Scott McQuillan, president of Beta Alpha Psi said that “Zeta Psi Chapter has far exceeded the baseline requirements of Beta Alpha Psi and has excelled in the areas of academics, professionalism and leadership. I especially congratulate the chapter on its accomplishment during this particularly challenging year.”

Faculty advisors for the chapter are Kathy Hurley and Eric Gooden. They have provided a dedicated and invaluable service to the College of Business and Economics and the Zeta Psi chapter.

Much of the chapter’s success is attributed to the organization’s officers.

Fall 2020 officers: Brian Karsann, president; Caitlin Joyce, vice president-finance; Savanna Stein, vice president-service; Hailee Cuhna, vice president-mentorship; Kacey McCarley, vice president-outreach; Aaron Thomas, vice president-professional activities; Gabby Bates, vice president-reporting and technology; and Angelo Lopez, vice president-membership

Spring 2021 officers: Caitlin Joyce, president; Lauren Grunzke, vice president-finance; Savanna Stein, vice president-service; Hailee Cuhna, vice president-mentorship; Kacey McCarley, vice president-outreach; Casandra Clair, vice president-professional activities; Gabby Bates, vice president-reporting and technology; and Anita Sloan, vice president-membership.

Fall 2021 officers: Caitlin Joyce, president; Paige Sexton, vice president-finance; Elsie Poplin/Jay Kormylo, vice president-service; Parker Parsons, vice president-mentorship; Sydney Soppe, vice president-outreach; Casandra Clair, vice president-professional activities; Kyra Kline/Shraddha Sapkota, vice president-reporting and technology; and Anita Sloan, vice president-membership.

Learn about Beta Alpha Psi.