New Madrid County R-1 FBLA students earn recognition at District 16 leadership conference
NEW MADRID, Mo. - Thirty-nine members of the New Madrid County R-1 Future Business Leaders of America Chapter attended the 2017 FBLA District 16 Leadership Conference held on Feb. 3 in Malden.
Over 450 members and advisers representing 19 chapters throughout the district met to elect officers and compete in the district leadership awards program.
Winning recognition were:
Nick Bell, first place, Business Law; Karlie Frazier, first place, Job Interview; Matt Givens, first place, Business Calculations; Shyrianna Guest, first place, Help Desk; Katherine Madigan, first place, Advertising; Zach Alsup, Nick Bell and Eddie Maxwell, first place, Emerging Business Issues Team; Mary Claire Halterman, Erica Palmer and C. J. Patton, first place, Hospitality Management; Amari Bell, Amyia Gates and Deja Grissom, first place, Marketing; O'Carrres Haney, second place, Introduction to Parliamentary Procedures; Josie Mainord, second place, Business Communication; Harley Robertson, second place, Insurance and Risk Management; Josh Williams, second place, Business Calculations; Karlie Frazier, Mary Claire Halterman and Erica Palmer, second place, Entrepreneurship Team; Hannah Karizamimba and Olivia McSpadden, second place, Management Decision Making; Matt Givens, third place, Spreadsheet Applications; Madezin Jones, third place, Organizational Leadership; Cheyanne Morgan, third place, FBLA Principles and Procedures; Noah Schaffer, third place, Introduction to Business; Will Turner, third place, Cyber Security; Annemarie Brown, fourth place, Business Calculations; Madison Adams, Lauren Riggs and Ahniea White, fifth place, Business Ethics Team; Matt Givens, fifth place, Computer Applications; Katherine Madigan, fifth place, Healthcare Administration; and Jaquavious White, fifth place, Public Speaking I.
FBLA is a career and technical student organization for all high school students participating in business programs.