National Professional Business Fraternity Reactivated at Catawba College
April 25, 2006
Pi Sigma Epsilon National Professional Fraternity has been reactivated at Catawba College's Ralph Ketner School of Business. Last active on campus in 2000, the professional fraternity's membership will come primarily from marketing and business administration majors, but is also open to students in other majors who have an interest in marketing and/or College/community service.
Officers for the organization have been selected and include junior Matthew Pressley of Salisbury, president; junior Jennifer Pitel of Salisbury, vice president of human resources; junior Kelley Stephens of Boca Raton, Fla., vice president of marketing; senior Jaime Logan of Salisbury, vice president of administration; senior Hayley Bollinger of Simpsonville, S.C., vice president of public relations; and junior Nicki Vaughn of Graham, vice president of finance. Professors in the Ketner School of Business, Dr. John Green, Dr. Steven Hiatt, and Professor Pam Thompson serve as co-faculty advisors for the organization.
During the upcoming academic year, Pi Sigma Epsilon will be working with businesses in the Piedmont area to partner in various community service projects. Application and requests for service projects can be directed to Jaime Logan at email@example.com.