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FBLA celebrates students’ victories at the regional level

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Delaney Burke
Photograph features State qualifiers at a Regional conference earlier this year

Stroudsburg’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), is known for its vast number of members and success rates at competitions. Every year, members beat out the competition at the Regional level and attend the state competition at Hershey Park.

Stroudsburg’s FBLA is the largest chapter throughout the organization. With 185 members, FBLA is the biggest club at Stroudsburg High School.

This year, 95 members competed at the Regional levels and 58 are advancing to compete at States. 

Jodie Haggerty, the club’s advisor, when asked if she worried about the competition stated, “Stroudsburg is very well known at Hershey due to our past success in so many categories. I do not doubt that our members will rise to the occasion again this year.”

The state competition will be taking place from April 7 to April 10, 2024. Members will get to hear business leaders give lectures, spend time with other chapter members, and win awards. 

Haggerty believes that “the state competition offers numerous avenues for our members to engage and grow. Beyond participating in their events, students have the opportunity to attend presentation sessions to either show support for their peers or simply gain insight into different aspects of the competition.” 

Throughout the competition, attendees participate in various workshops that enhance their skills. Past workshops have covered topics such as creating detailed resumes, navigating college plans, exploring internships, and networking with individuals from across Pennsylvania. 

“Members who partake in competitions often leverage their achievements as valuable additions to their resumes, benefitting both future job prospects and college applications,” said Haggerty.

Isaiah Louis-Jacques, 12, Senior Vice President of FBLA, said “FBLA has taught me the value of competition and helped me develop important core skills. I’m so proud of our chapter’s members having such a high success rate this year and I look forward to seeing my fellow peers go to nationals.“

The Regional Leadership Conference (RLC) 2023-24 Winners that qualify for the State Leadership Conference in Hershey are listed below:

Newly Elected Region 21 Vice President:  William Awuah

1st Place:  

Human Resources – Delaney Burke

Intro to FBLA – Zoey Charles

Spreadsheet Applications – Logan Decker

Intro to Event Planning – Sandy Gravesande

Business Communications – James Haggerty

Personal Finance – Jessica Haggerty

Intro to Business Concepts – Giancarlo Shakai

Intro to Social Media (team) – Tess Nowosad, Kara Schomberg

Client Service – Alisabeth Guepet 

Impromptu Speaking – Gunnar Gasper

2nd Place:  

Word Processing – Jacob Bajek

Intro to FBLA – Saturn Coyne

Intro to Marketing Concepts –  Ella Finlayson

Accounting II – Blake Gray

Intro to Event Planning – Iris Heter

Intro to Financial Math – Kingston Jones

Intro to Parli Pro – Haneef Khan

Business Calculation – Kona Maronpot

Intro to Business Procedures – Mason Ulmer

Health Care Administration – Zaynah Wade

Business Ethics (team) – Genesis Major, Hassan Malik

Intro to Social Media – Londy Lawson

3rd Place

Journalism –  Lile Bekaia

Insurance & Risk Management –  Hayley Muncroo

Accounting II – Hayden Rutt

Intro to Parliamentary Procedure – Eva Troiani

Graphic Design –  Jacob Pachter, Ana Karataseva

Introduction to Business Presentation: Nyla Stewart, Trey Murphy, Liam Munian

4th Place

Intro to Business Communication –  Noelani Gonzalez

International Business (team) – Hannah Helm and Nicole Munson

Intro to Financial Math – Sophia Lin

Intro to Parliamentary Procedure – Nichole Ogwu

Hospitality & Event Management (team) – Gigi Parker, Bella Piper, Monica Proud

5th Place: 

Intro to Business Procedures – Sasha Castle

Intro to Business Concepts – Abby Hevener

Marketing (team) – Keira King and Shyla Morrison

Health Care Administration –  Jermaine Mcinnis

6th Place: 

Cyber Security – Chris Brady

Business Law – Matthew Carr

Journalism – Karen Chapman

Supply Chain Management –  Julia Hanson

Marketing – Matthew Sanchez Nugra

State-Only Event Qualifiers:

Data Analysis – William Awuah

Digital Video – Zoe Marie Brown, Isaiah Louis-Jacques, Jake Chung

Public Service Announcement – Madison Cottle, Kayla Gerard, Nicole Valderrama

Coding and Programming – Ryan Jean

Digital Animation – Owen Christian

 

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