Officers


2016-2017 Officer Team

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Allison Mo – President

Allison joined FBLA in order to explore the business field and to expand her horizons.
Allison is also involved in TuHS varsity water polo, the vise president of TuHS HOSA, NHS, full IB, and various other activities.
Her favorite FBLA moment was winning state in 2 competitive events last year.

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Jordan Maddox – Vice President

Jordan joined FBLA because she wanted to be apart of a community that would teach me about business.

Aside from FBLA, Jordan is involved in Varsity Girls Lacrosse, LaxNW Rippers, and Tualatin Youth Advisory Council.

 Jordan’s favorite FBLA memory would have to be when my name, along with Ashlyn Welk and Spencer Curzon, was called for the top 10 National Winners for the FBLA National Entrepreneurship Competition.

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Danny Shell – Marketing/Communications

“I joined FBLA sophomore year because business and marketing are two of my biggest interests. I also plan on attending college to major in business, so FBLA was a good way for me to learn more about the industry.”

Outside of FBLA, Danny plays varsity baseball, and runs varsity cross country. He loves to go camping, hiking, fishing, hunting and being in the outdoors with his friends and family.

Danny’s favorite FBLA moment was when he won state in Sports and Entertainment Management with Ivan Girabay and Britton Blanchard, then competing in it at Nationals in Atlanta.

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 Spencer Curzon – Accountant

“I first joined FBLA in my freshman year in high school and have been participating in the chapter ever since. One reason why I joined, and stuck with, FBLA was because of all the valuable skills it would teach me as an aspiring businessman and also how to work within one’s own community to make a difference.”

Besides FBLA, Spencer participates in other clubs within Tualatin High School, like Robotics and Student Health Awareness Committee. However, as a full IB student being on the National Honor Society entitles a lot of work and commitment to school, so he is always busy doing homework and volunteering out and about the Portland area.

His favorite FBLA moment was winning 6th place in Entrepreneurship at 2016 Atlanta National Conference!

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Britton Blanchard – Secretary/Director of Operations

“I joined FBLA because Mr. McCaffrey is the adviser and I had him for Marketing 1. He is an amazing teacher and adviser!”

Outside of FBLA, Britton plays varsity football, and runs varsity track.

Britton’s favorite FBLA moment was winning state in Sports and Entertainment Management with Danny Shell and Ivan Girabay, and going to Nationals in Atlanta!

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Ashlyn Welk – Community Service

“I joined FBLA my sophomore year because I like accounting and I wanted to learn more about the business world.”

Outside of FBLA, Ashlyn is involved in NAHS, NHS, and she is the accountant for the Wolf Cafe. She also loves to run cross country and to ski.

Her favorite FBLA moment was finding out her Entrepreneurship team placed at Nationals, and getting to go up on the stage.

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Manasi Sridhar – Recruiting/BAA’s

“I joined FBLA because I was looking to try something new and my friends were doing it so I thought it was an interesting option.”
Manasi ran Varsity cross country and is involved in Indian classical dance.
Her favorite FBLA moment was when Devin, Silke, and herself exceeded their own expectations at state and qualified for nationals!

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Nolen Llanes – Competitions

“I joined FBLA because I have always had in an interest in business, so I joined the club out of curiosity. I ended up really enjoying my first year because of the great times I had with my peers in the club. I also stayed with FBLA because it teaches me valuable skills that I can use throughout my life.”

Outside of FBLA, Nolen keeps himself busy by being an actor with Oregon Children’s Theatre and being apart of their Young Professionals company. Nolen is also apart of the 107, which is a volunteer group as well as the supporter group for the Portland Timbers, he spends the majority of his time when he’s not in school or with his friends, at Providence Park rooting on the Timbers.

His favorite FBLA moment was getting to know his friends during state.

 

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