6 April PTK Catalyst 2019 Hallmark Awards Gala Recap April 6, 2019By Erin Cogswell General blog, Hallmark Awards, International Officers, PTK Catalyst 0 Tweet Here’s the big news from the Hallmark Awards Gala at PTK Catalyst 2019, sponsored by Mississippi College! 2019-2020 International Officers These students will serve in the highest leadership positions available to Phi Theta Kappa members. They are: International President James Elliott Alpha Zeta Kappa Chapter Delaware Technical Community College — Wilmington Delaware Vice President, Division 1 Jenna Santacroce Alpha Epsilon Phi Chapter Bergen Community College New Jersey Vice President, Division 2 Neville Scott Omega Omega Chapter Mountain View College Texas Vice President, Division 3 Tyler McKenzie Alpha Beta Upsilon Chapter Redlands Community College Oklahoma Vice President, Division 4 Adrian Balaj Beta Eta Psi Chapter Sacramento City College California 2019 Most Distinguished Chapter The Alpha Epsilon Phi Chapter from Bergen Community College in New Jersey has been named the 2019 Most Distinguished Chapter! This is the highest honor given to a PTK chapter. Advisors are Angie Goldszmidt and Win Win Kyi. Congratulations! Awards for College Project, Honors in Action Project, and Distinguished Chapter were also presented during the Hallmark Awards Gala. And, Beta Alpha Awards went to chapters that have received a Distinguished Chapter Award for three consecutive years. View the 2019 Awards Program to see all 2019 Hallmark Award winners. Thank you to everyone who attended PTK Catalyst 2019! We can’t wait to see you all again April 2-4 at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas, for PTK Catalyst 2020! Related Posts The Key to Completing Hallmark Awards Entries? Teamwork. New Regional Hallmark Awards Announced Hallmark Awards in Depth: Honors in Action Hallmark Awards to Expand Recognition in 2017 Visit These 4-Year Colleges at PTK Catalyst 2019 Hallmark Awards How-To: Academic vs Non-Academic Sources Comments are closed.