Forsyth Technical Community College Holds Phi Theta Kappa Spring Induction Ceremony for 76 Student Scholars

On Thursday, April 18, 2019, more than 300 people attended the induction ceremony of 76 student scholars in Forsyth Tech’s Alpha Mu Rho chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, making it the largest class of inductees to date. These students have obtained at least 12 curriculum hours and a 3.5 or above GPA.

Phi Theta Kappa Inductees

A generous donation by the Foundation at Forsyth Tech helped to provide partial membership scholarships to 36 inductees and supplement the cost of the ceremony.

The students inducted include:

  • Ono Afhulimen
  • Joel Armando
  • Sami Atassi
  • Jhonny Basmaji
  • Matthew Bennett
  • Rebecca Slate Benton
  • Abigail Alysia Blake
  • Leslie Bock
  • Kenzie Jade Bolling
  • Monique Brooks
  • Obed Cahua
  • Melissa Carson
  • Jeffrey Cruz Castillo
  • Madelyn Champion
  • Jian Carlo Chapa
  • Haleigh Cook
  • Amelia Correll
  • Anjanetta David
  • Spencer Edwards
  • Donna DK Farrar
  • Tatiana Flores
  • Joshua Gebhart
  • Charles Giddens
  • Erin Goforth
  • Rebecca Grattan
  • Whitney Hackworth
  • Debra Hall
  • Sara Haynes
  • Jason Gregory Hernandez
  • Madison Hinson
  • Madison Hooker
  • Garrett Matthew Howell
  • Jenna Morgan Howell
  • Kelly Ibarra
  • Gisele Jaramillo
  • Breyone Jones
  • Nesley Lastimosa
  • Bowman Ketourneau
  • Mei Lan Li
  • Mia Liberti
  • Josef Liner
  • Cathy Lusk
  • Amy Lytle
  • Bradd Martin
  • Kimberly Matthews
  • Kaitlynn McDaniel
  • Rebecca McKee
  • Michael McKenzie
  • Lucia Merchan
  • Maria Meza de la Cruz
  • Elizabeth Moore
  • Rachel O’Brien
  • Tessa Oliver
  • Tamelia Sue Orellana
  • Chrisshea Owens
  • Kayla Paige
  • Michael J. Parks
  • Isaiah Perez
  • Anh Pham
  • Isaac Poole
  • America Revelo
  • Karen Rondeau
  • Efrain Salazar-Ortiz
  • Claudia Sanchez
  • Dana JoAnn Shouse
  • Taylor Simmons-Parsons
  • Bryan Sosa
  • Madeline Stanfield
  • Ebony Angianette Steed
  • Susan Lynn Creecy Stinson
  • Rebekah Vaughn
  • Curtis Walker
  • Richard David Warren
  • C. Jason Weatherholtz
  • Patrick Widener
  • Murali Priya Zaldivar

Inductees also nominated a faculty or staff member who had a meaningful impact on their academic and personal lives. The 36 “Good as Gold” nominees include:

  • Aziz Al-Shayef
  • Lisa Baker
  • Carrie Blaskowski
  • Tandeka Boko
  • Allison Brinkley
  • Thomas Brown
  • Hap Burns
  • John Carstens
  • Kelly Davenport
  • Nedra Dozier
  • Toni Haavisto
  • Blanche Hailey
  • Sarah Hawks
  • Carol Hayes
  • Vincent Holbrook
  • Phillip Hopkins
  • John Kelly
  • Demetria Ledbetter
  • Beverly Lewis
  • Kismet Loftin-Bell
  • Sam Mabe
  • Gloria Maldonado
  • Bridgette Martin
  • Elizabeth Martin
  • Julio Pando
  • Lauren Rathbone
  • William Rice
  • Maryanna Richardson
  • Gustavo Solis
  • Alan Teitleman
  • Cherise Velez
  • Katie Waugh
  • Karen Weavil
  • Lisa Whitaker
  • James Wright
  • Stephanie Yoder

About Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi, is the largest honor society in higher education with 1,285 chapters on college campuses in all 50 of the United States, Canada, Germany, the Republic of Palau, Peru, the

Republic of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, the British Virgin Islands, the United Arab Emirates, and U.S. territorial possessions. More than 3 million students have been inducted since its founding in 1918, with approximately 134,000 students inducted annually.

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