YSU business students inducted into Pi Sigma Epsilon sales/marketing fraternity

Fifteen students in the Williamson College of Business Administration at Youngstown State University have been inducted into the newly chartered Eta Zeta Chapter of the national psePi Sigma Epsilon professional sales and marketing fraternity.

Glenn Altstadt, director of Chapter Development for Pi Sigma Epsilon, and WCBA Dean Betty Jo Licata attended the official chartering event and induction ceremony.

Pi Sigma Epsilon is the only national co-ed professional fraternity for sales, marketing and sales management and has 65 chapters nationwide. Pi Sigma Epsilon offers all YSU students, regardless of major, a national professional affiliation that has benefits well beyond the local Eta Zeta Chapter activities. Through Pi Sigma Epsilon, students can gain real world sales competition and marketing experience while networking with other business school students, as well as engaging with progressive companies from around the country who rely on sales, marketing, and sales management.

Chapter executive officers for 2016: President Lauren Beshero; VP of Public Relations Jeff Philips; VP of Marketing Jay Jakovina; VP of Finance Autumn Weller; VP of Professional Development Cody Stewart; VP of Administration Dan Miller; and VP of Human Resources, Leanna Hartsough.

Founding Eta Zeta members include: Lauren Beshero, Marketing Management; Autumn Weller, Marketing Management; Dan Miller, Industrial Marketing; Alan Burns, Marketing; Leanna Hartsough, International Business/Physical Education; Amelia Hoffman, Marketing Management; Matt Schriner, Interpersonal Communications; Billy Heath, Marketing Management; Jeff Coleman, Marketing Management; Ellie Pollock, Marketing Management; Sean McMahon, Marketing Management; Tia Cline, Marketing; and Jeff Phillips, Psychology.