Prince Edward FBLA wins regional competition

Published 10:44 am Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Students from Prince Edward County High School’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter competed at the Regional Leadership Conference held at Longwood University on March 15.  Students placed in several categories with many qualifying for state competition in Reston April 8-10.

Regional winners included: the team of Ryan Arnold, Brady Atkins, and Niko Reinson, second in management decision making: the team of Courtney Bailey and John Henshaw, third in banking and financial systems; Josh Buczek, third in business law; Samantha Buczek, second in introduction to business procedures; the team of Connor Burke and Erin Copeland, second in public service announcement; the team of Alana Calhoun and Ellie Swanson, first in business plan; the team of Bailey Carkenord and Mary Jobe, first in publication design; Garrison Cheyne, third in introduction to business; the team of Rafael Diaz, Michael Dupuy, and Chaney Sheehan, second in website design; the team of Ricardo Diaz, Christian Kinzer, and Ratib Stwodah, first in entrepreneurship; Rafael Dimaano, second in business calculations; the team of Dylan Eagle and Eboni Goings, second in emerging business issues; the team of Sarah Gilbert, Keillor Libby, and Joel Thomas, second in global business; Samantha Gubash, third in cyber security; Henry Lutz, first in economics; Caroline Rice, third in business communications; Colton Sheehan, third in securities and investments.

FBLA-PBL is the largest business education student organization in the world. Nearly a quarter of a million high school and middle school students, college and university students, faculty, educators, administrators and business professionals have chosen to be members of the premier business education association preparing students for careers in business.

Email newsletter signup