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Keegan Sobczak Named THON 2025 Executive Director

After THON 2024 officially wrapped up 27 days ago, the 46-hour dance marathon is already gearing up for next year’s event. THON named Keegan Sobczak its incoming executive director for THON 2025.

Sobczak, a supply chain and information systems major, previously served as THON 2024’s supply logistics director. Additionally, Sobczak was a two-year Hospitality committee member, Theta Chi Primary THON Chair, and dancer in his four years of service For The Kids.

“Providing our families with a home away from home and friendships and connections that will last a lifetime, although intangible, inspires me each and every day,” Sobczak told Onward State in November. “I THON so that we can move one step closer to a cure for childhood cancer so that kids can be kids, and I THON for the Kiera Adkin family.”

Sobczak will begin filling out the remainder of the THON 2025 executive committee ahead of the dance marathon’s 52nd year.

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