FBLA Arizona loves Building Better Members! At each conference, our State Officer Team recognizes members that they see going above and beyond in their service to FBLA! Check out these stories from our awesome members at the 2013 Fall Leadership Extravaganza!
Joshua Lewis– San Tan Foothills High School: “At FLEX, there are many exemplary members, but rarely are there members such as Joshua Lewis. A Sophomore at San Tan Foothills High School, Joshua is a phenomenal leader who took every opportunity which was presented to him to make the most out of his time at FLEX. He was enormously helpful, dependable, and punctual to all his events. Joshua is a person of great potential, and will undoubtedly reach great heights in life. FBLA Arizona is definitely proud to have Joshua Lewis as a part of this extraordinary organization.”
Brynne Peters– Vail Academy High School: “Brynne Peters was selected to receive the Building Better Member Pin at the FLEX conference this year because he stood out from the rest! He is a very active member in his chapter and plans to run for state office this coming year. Brynne was very positive and had tons of enthusiasm. He was very spirited and always seemed engaged throughout the entire session. Way to go Brynne, keep up the great work in FBLA Arizona!”
Adan Khan– Kingman Academy of Learning High School: “He stood out in the crowd. He was helping people out when they looked lost. He was very active in the workshop, and he convinced people to go to workshops they wouldn’t normally go to and made them, and himself, try news things.”
Chione Pleas– Vail Academy High School: “Chione was chosen for the Building Better Members Pin because she showed great interest at the Running for State Officer Workshop. She was super positive and involved throughout the entire workshop. Even when the workshop ended early, she was friendly and interactive with other members attending the workshop and kept an upbeat attitude. Chione was very professional and active during the duration of the State Officer Workshop, proving she deserved the Building Better Member Pin!”
Matthew Burton– Tonopah Valley High School: “Matthew stood out to me because he was helpful, optimistic, and didn’t complain when I asked for his help.”
Kevin Vicencio– San Tan Foothills High School: “Kevin stood out because of his positivity and enthusiasm during workshops. He actively participated and was very helpful and optimistic. He was punctual and demonstrated the characteristics of a leader. He does a great job of representing the outstanding members of our organization!”