Aloha! My name is Janna Panganiban and I am the 2019-2020 Beta Chi Omega Chapter President. I am currently a junior at Waipahu High School. I have been a part of PTK since my freshmen year of high school. One of my favorite part of being in PTK is the people that I have met along the way. From this honor society, I have created lifelong friendships with such amazing, hardworking, and dedicated people. As the 2019-2020 Chapter President for Beta Chi Omega, I hope to create a bond with other honor societies in our community as we are their older brothers and sisters. I also hope to fulfill the needs and wants of my fellow members to help flourish and bloom our new PTK chapter into its best version. I am looking forward to the great things that our chapter will accomplish this school year and I am excited for what is yet to come as a chapter President and fellow PTK member.
In the future, I aspire to become a Pediatrician because I want to ensure that our keiki are provided with the best healthcare as they are out future and the ones who will carry our legacy.
Theme 7: Powers of Connection
Transforming poverty to prosperity by way of making PTK, NHS, NJHS and NEHS connections with lower-income, under-represented, first-generation college goers in the Waipahu Complex (e.g., August Ahrens, Honowai, Kalei'opu'u, Waikele, Waipahu Elementary Schools and Waipahu Intermediate School), which further helps to build enduring friendships, inspire life-long high achievement and heighten motivation to become Early College High School students and join Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society.
Power of Connection Goals and Qualitative / Quantitative Measures of Success:
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