GCSD Shines at FBLA Leadership Conference

GCSD Shines at FBLA Leadership Conference
Posted on 03/30/2022

Students from Georgetown County School District excelled at the South Carolina Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference held on March 26, 2022, at Westwood High School in Blythewood. SC FBLA is a nonprofit education association for students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields.

From the Georgetown Career Center, students recognized were: Erin Wilson, first place, Website Design; Rebecca Kaminiski, first place, Public Service Announcement; Kamea Tucker, second place, Career Portfolio; and Addisyn Jones, fourth place, Introduction to Financial Math. The Georgetown Career Center achieved second place for their Community Service Project Chapter Event. In addition, Angelia Jackson, the Georgetown Career Center’s FBLA advisor, was named SCFBLA State Advisor of the Year. 
Georgetown Career Center FBLA Angelia Jackson, SCFBLA State Advisor of the Year

From Carvers Bay High, students recognized were: Asher Mezzatesta and Zeb Washington, fourth place, Entrepreneurship; Jasmine Pressley, fourth place, Intro to Public Speaking; Alonzo Gardner, fifth place, Intro to Business Concepts; Alyssa Gamble, fifth place, Intro to FBLA; and Zacaria Sumpter, fifth place, Intro to Financial Math. Carvers Bay High’s FBLA advisor is Melissa Alston.

From Carvers Bay Middle, students recognized were: Kamani Green, Cayci Holmes,Elodia Moore, first place, Annual Chapter Activities Team; Jashiem Fredricks, first place, Elevator Speech; Lillian Bryant, second place; Exploring Business Issues; Ximena Martinez-Gonzales, second place, FBLA Pledge & Mission Statement; Ken’Niyah Mitchum, third place, Career Research; and Kamani Green, fifth place; Digital Literacy. Carvers Bay Middle’s FBLA advisors are Latonia Fulton and Norine Frasier.
Carvers Bay Middle FBLA

From Rosemary Middle, students recognized were: Naveah Orange, first place, Marketing Mix Challenge; Zahiar Warren, first place, Running an Effective Meeting; Benjamin Rowell, first place, Video Game Challenge; and Kandise Greene, second place, Business Etiquette. Rosemary Middle’s FBLA advisor is Annie M. Brown.
FBLA Rosemary Middle

High school students who earned first - fourth place and middle school students who earned first or second place are eligible to compete at the FBLA National Leadership Conference this summer in Chicago, Illinois. 


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