About 2019 Case Competition
Case Competition is designed to provide participants an opportunity to react to a pre-determined issue, create a plan to address the core elements of the issue, consult with principled business leaders, and impact the future of the Alpha Kappa Psi community.
The United Nations’ Transforming our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is used as a framework for the competition. Teams will form onsite during the first Case Competition session. Teams will consist of no more than five (5) collegiate members. No more than two (2) team members may be from the same chapter.
Refer to the Case Competition’s complete rules and regulations guide for more information.
Case Competition Participants
2019 Case Competition Participants
Juhi Mahajan, Illinois-Urbana ‘16
Jakob Brown, Indiana State ‘18
Irwin Bhathal, Illinois-Urbana ‘17
Carlos Salcido, Central Michigan ‘15
Annie Anstey, Central Michigan ‘17
Swechha Shrestha, Tennessee ‘17
Jessi Kate Shockley, Wyoming ‘16
Maria Ellen Hardenberger, Wyoming ‘17
Emily Hammer, Iowa State ‘16
Gabrielle Young, Loyola New Orleans ‘18
Estacia Mills, Loyola New Orleans ‘18
Brittany Fearon, Georgia State ‘18
Nicholas Van Lue, Georgia State ‘18
Lauren Hausman, Florida ‘16
Justin Walker, South Carolina ‘16
Gabriela Vukaj, Florida ‘18
Chelseah Moore, Middle Tennessee State ‘18
Jason Cooper, Boston ‘18
Emily Robinson, James Madison ‘17
Kristina Kohl, James Madison ‘17
Nicholas Juenemann, Ramapo ‘17
Marta Zak, Ramapo ‘16
Edwin O’Connor, Ramapo ‘17
Michael Ward, Ramapo ‘17
Andrew Teman, Ramapo ‘16
Erin Askew, Shenandoah ‘18
What are the registration rates and deadlines?
Each member of the team must register and attend PBLI.
What is the dress code?
Friday: AKPsi Spirit – wear your AKPsi gear and get excited for the weekend (no yoga pants, jeans with holes, etc.)
Saturday: Business Casual (no jeans, t-shirts, tennis shoes, caps or hats).
What are the rules and regulations?
Refer to the Case Competition’s complete rules and regulations guide.