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20 FLBA Members Compete in Regional Leadership Conference

Marian Catholic High School is proud to recognize our 20 students who competed in the 2021 Region 23 Future Business Leaders of America virtual competition in early January as representatives of the school’s FBLA Chapter. Through the guidance of the club’s Advisor Mrs. Patricia Patton and Co-Advisor Miss Marybeth Hayden, seven individuals and one team earned a 1st Place, while three individuals earned a 2nd Place in their respective business-oriented categories.

Due to the pandemic, this year’s competition was held virtually. Objective testing was done at Marian Catholic High School. Students who competed in performance events submitted pre-recorded videos or met with judges live via a Zoom call. Presentations were graded by independent judges.

We congratulate our winners who have qualified to advance to the State Leadership Conference, to be held virtually on April 12-14, 2021!

Row 1: Sophomore Eliza Bauder, 1st Place Introduction to Business Presentation; Junior Lauren Reaman, 2nd Place Networking Infrastructures; Sophomore team Emily Eroh and Ashley Pleban, 1st Place Business Ethics; Senior Maxwell Schwabe, 1st Place Future Business Leader; Freshman Lachlan Segedy, 1st Place Graphic Design; Freshman Angelo Greek, 1st Place Introduction to Business Procedures; Senior Vincent Pan, 1st Place Economics; Junior Olivia Erickson, 1st Place Sales Presentation; and Senior Christina Walko, 2nd Place Healthcare Administration. Absent from photo: Sophomore Ryan Berube, 1st Place Introduction to Public Speaking and Sophomore Angela Pan, 2nd Place Introduction to Financial Math.

Additional Regional Leadership Conference Competitors: Row 2: Sophomore team Megan Paisley and Jenna Goff, Introduction to Event Planning; Junior Isabella Lesante, Advertising; Freshman Abigail Kluck, Introduction to Event Planning; Sophomore Hunter Gallagher, Introduction to Business; Junior Isabella Genao, Political Science; Sophomore Alexander Cornmesser, Introduction to Business Communication; and Freshman Megan Reaman, Business Law.

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