Thursday, April 8, 2010

Phoenix College Phi Theta Kappa Announces Its Newest Members

The Rho Pi Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society at Phoenix College held its Induction Ceremony Wednesday, March 31, 2010 to announce its newest members and officers for the Spring 2010 semester. With inspiring thoughts from Phoenix College President Dr. Anna Solley, college administrators and Phi Theta Kappa advisors, family and friends celebrated an intimate ceremony to induct 55new members into the prestigious International Honor Society for two-year colleges.

Spring 2010 Inductees:

Bianca Aispuro Perez
Nathan Anderson
Sasha Ariane Arambula
Cindy Arias
James A. Boeye Sr.
Roxann Cardenas
Valerie Carrasco
Jacinda M. Chapa
Heath Church
Francis Edith Corral
Richard-Patrick Daniel Cromwell
Tenille Cutler
LeAndria DeBrum
Autumn M. DeLao
Brandi Donahou
Kristin Marie Epperson
Daniel A. Estrada
Erika Fehr
Stacey Fisk
Heather Floch
Julie Ann Foster-Burt-Holmen
Desiree Marie Frausto
Michael R. Fresenius
Jose Armando Garcia Jr.
Enedina Gaxiola
Gary Gilbert
Christina Grafakos
Myranda Michelle-Marie Harrison
Daniel Jensen
Tracy Renee Judkins
Angela Celes Kabasan
Sandra Laizola
Rosemary Lake
Leslie Landa
Yvonne Lewis
Kelly Loehnis
Sandy Mackinder
Debra Mata
Laura Mercado
Patrice E. Nipape
Sherylyn Rasmussen
Tiffany Marie Rosenblatt
Joaquin Santecchia
Kimberly Swanson
Jennifer Tantoco
Jahzeel Maria Tapia-Ortiz
Michael Christian Track
Gricelda Vazquez
Cinthya Villegas
James Widboom
Michael Williams
Annette R. Williamson
Staci Wilson
Angela Woodward
Jacob H. Zeibig

Fall 2009-2010 Officers:
President, Jonathan Bruce
Vice President of Scholarship, Jeremy Stegall
Vice President of Service, Loren Brock
Vice President of Fellowship, Marie Monroe
Public Relations Officer, Sarah Albinda
Treasureer, Jacob Clark


Eileen Archibald
Diana Mitchell
Micaela Rios

About Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa recognizes and encourages excellence in scholarship among two-year community college students. The Greek words Phi Theta Kappa mean wisdom (Phi), aspiration (Theta) and purity (Kappa). The Society provides opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.

Those interested in becoming Phi Theta Kappa members at Phoenix College must have taken at least 12 credits and obtain a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or higher.

For more information about Phoenix College Phi Theta Kappa, Rho Pi Chapter, visit For more information about Phi Theta Kappa scholarships and nationwide activities, visit

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