FBLA students attend Fall Leadership Conference | News
Bibb County's Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapters attended the annual Fall Leadership Conference in Athens on November 13-14.
While there, students participated in multiple workshops designed to help build leadership skills, such as Business Management, Career Success and Digital Branding. Additionally, students participated in Open Testing events to help prepare them for region and state competitions. Students also participated in the World's Largest Monopoly tournament.
FBLA members from Howard High School attended the Fall Leadership Conference. Pictured are, front row from left, Adviser Morgan Jarvis, Marquis Chester, Jordan Lasker, Zach Carlson, Daniel Pham, and Adviser Jennifer Haynes; second row from left, Samamtha Van Aken, Lauren McCue, Caroline Mayfield, and Erin Rodenroth; third row from left, Pennuel Lockett, Cary Lynne Thigpen, and Sandra Amadi; fourth row from left, Hunter Martin, Andy Wu, and Baylee Marsh; and back row from left, Rohan Shah, Ndidi Echebelem, Cameron Wright, and Kendria Williams. Jordan Lasker and Andy Wu won their competition and will advance to next round at the State Leadership Conference in Atlanta next March.
Three of Rutland High School's FBLA chapter officers attended the Fall Leadership Conference. Those attending included Tucker Preston, Sydney Spight and Neel Patel. Their advisers are Diane Byington and April Wade
Those attending from Southwest High School included Chelsi Banks, Crystal Battle, Zuri Blair, Darriale Bradley, Jasmine Brooks, Jasmine Brown, Brianna Coates, Nyasia Colbert, Adonis Hill, Jerald Lester, and Khalil Williams. Their advisers are Tesheika Stewart and Lucretia Fuller.
FBLA members from Hutchings Career Center attended the Fall Leadership Conference. Those attending included Khabiyr Dawkins, Jordan Reeves, Alexis O'Dette, Monica Jackson and Austin Knighten.
FBLA members from Northeast High School attended the Fall Leadership Conference. Those attending included Rachara Evans, Rachanna Evans, Elise Moreman, Eboni Simpson and Broderiunna Walker. Their adviser is Jacquelyn Bowman.
Central High FBLA
Those attending from Central High School included Malik Walker, Chana Cody, Valencia Williams, Darienne Anthony, Tamia Middleton, Jasmine Burnett, Erin Holland, Nichole Wiggins, Chancelynn Ridley and Trenton Reese.