GROWAZSTRONG Presents: A LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP HOSTED BY PHI THETA KAPPA & THE OFA FELLOWSHIP THURSDAY, APRIL 28TH, 2016 1:30PM-3PM MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE...
Mesa Community College's Phi Theta Kappa Omicron Beta Chapter was recognized Internationally recognized in National Harbor, Maryland on April 9th, 2016...
Christin Franco is a new Phi Theta Kappa Advisor this year and is happy to join the team!
StrengthsQuest Top 5: Communication- Strategic - Woo - Futuristic - Positivity
She oversees the Phi Theta Kappa website and assists with different events. Christin started in the Center for Community & Civic Engagement in January of 2012 and has enjoyed being involved with the engaged students at Mesa Community College.
Christin started her involvement with Service at 10 years old at the Chandler Public Library. She served for years on the Teen Library board before graduating high school and attending the University of Arizona.
In regards to Phi Theta Kappa's Hallmark Scholarship, Christin graduated with a 4.0 GPA in Business Administration with Honors in Marketing from the University of Arizona's Eller College of Management.
Leadership is also a strong aspect of her life. She was the "Heart and Soul" Honors graduate from the Arizona Blue Chip Program, a 4-year leadership development program with a mission to build leaders who will make a difference.
Christin is passionate about events and Fellowship; she enjoys bringing people together. She tailored her career towards this area by earning her Certificate in Meeting Planning and Convention Sales at Arizona State University downtown as a post-Baccalaureate option, while planning events with the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. It was a great experience that led her to where she is today with the Center for Community & Civic Engagement and Phi Theta Kappa.
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