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Regional Officer Candidate Information

Dear Kansas/Nebraska Region Phi Theta Kappa Member:

Thank you for your interest in serving as a Kansas/Nebraska Region Officer. The opportunity to serve the Kansas/Nebraska Region is an incredible chance to travel, meet new people, and gain valuable leadership skills that will assist you as you continue your education and/or enter the work force.

This packet of information has been developed to help you and your advisor make an informed decision about running for Kansas/Nebraska Region Officer. The experience in an opportunity you do not want to miss as there are many benefits both personally and professionally. Past officers often speak to gaining lifelong friendships and leadership skills that they will take with them.

Running for a Regional Officer position is also rewarding in that you gain skills in speaking in front of others and organization while also meeting new people within your region.

After reviewing this Regional Officer Candidate Information and Application, please speak with your advisor(s) about your interest in a Regional Officer position for the Kansas/Nebraska Region of Phi Theta Kappa. If you and/or your advisor have additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact me or one of the current Regional Officers. I can be reached at 620-820-1268 or contact Tammy Fuentez.

Again, thank you for taking the opportunity to learn more about serving as a Kansas/Nebraska Region Officer for Phi Theta Kappa.

Sincerely,

 

Tammy L. Fuentez
Kansas/Nebraska Regional Coordinator

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Regional Coordinator
Tammy Fuentez

Associate Regional Coordinator
Dr. Stacy Tucker

Associate Regional Coordinator
Amy Osburn

Regional Officers

President: Robert Armstrong
Vice President of Public Relations: Maram Soden
Vice President of Kansas: Kenyatta Nyirenda
Vice President of Nebraska: Jerimiah Marchington

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Membership Services Specialist, Division III
Paige Still

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