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IPTAY Student Advisory Board Elects New Officers

IPTAY Student Advisory Board Elects New Officers

March 16, 2009

The IPTAY Student Advisory Board recently held elections for President, Vice President and Secretary. Nick Crossland was elected President, Neel Skelton was elected Vice President and Katie Queen was elected Secretary.

Nick Crossland is a junior majoring in Health Science from Charleston, South Carolina. Nick has been very involved in ISAB this past year as well as many other organizations on campus. Nick is involved in Clemson University Student Government as the chairman of Athletics and Transportation, and is an Undergraduate Student Senator. He is also involved in Clemson FCA, Campus Missions Servant Team, Tiger Life mentoring program and Pick of the Week Club. When asked about being elected President of ISAB, Nick said, “Being on ISAB has meant a lot to me during my time at Clemson. It has giving me a great opportunity to be able to give back to Clemson while having fun doing it.” Serving alongside Crossland is newly elected Vice President Neel Skelton.

Neel Skelton is a junior studying Financial Management from Greenville, South Carolina. Neel is very involved in Clemson University FCA and RUF and plays multiple intramural sports. Neel is very active in the IPTAY Rewards Program and attended the most women’s basketball games this year. Neel said, “Being on ISAB gives me a chance to give back to Clemson athletics with people who love this university and its sports just as much as I do.”

Katie Queen was elected Secretary of ISAB. Queen is a sophomore majoring in Food Science from Clemson, South Carolina. She is very involved in Clemson University FCA, Clemson Dancers, and the Food Science and Human Nutrition Club. When asked about being a member of ISAB, Katie answered, “Being a member of ISAB is by far one of the best things that has happened to me since attending Clemson. I am thrilled to have been elected secretary, and I look forward to making a bigger impact on the IPTAY Collegiate Club.” After enjoying a successful year of ISAB, this new executive board will lead the IPTAY Collegiate Club to an even brighter future.