Weber State University students excelled at a Future Business Leaders of America–Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership competition in Anaheim, Calif., placing in the top 10 nationally in various categories.

More than 1,700 college students participated in the National Leadership Conference, which featured more than 55 business and business-related competitions and was aimed at sharpening business skills and expanding networks.

Danielle Rich, second place, Parliamentary Procedures
Harrison Spendlove, second place, Parliamentary Procedures
Lynda Seneff, second place, Parliamentary Procedures
Anthony Moreno, second place, Parliamentary Procedures
Brook Young, second place, Parliamentary Procedures
Danielle Rich, third place, Hospitality Management
Tylor Turnblom, third place, Hospitality Management
Alison Ence, third place, Desktop Publishing
Brennen Fuller, third place, Desktop Publishing
Brennen Fuller, fifth place, Future Business Teacher
Rachel Park, ninth place, Future Business Teacher
Lynda Seneff, seventh place, Management Concepts

Future Business Leaders of America–Phi Beta Lambda is a nonprofit education association aimed at combining business education with positive working relationships, promoting innovative leadership and career development programs.

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