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A.M. Barbe FBLA Success PDF Print E-mail

At A.M. Barbe High School, there are a variety of clubs on campus. While this causes competition amongst clubs for members, FBLA has found a way to increase its number. When the reigns of FBLA was handed to Kathy David five years ago, the club was projected to stay around thirty members. However, this year over 50 eager students joined in an effort to see what it takes to be a future business leader. This interest was sparked by Barbe FBLA’s success last year. They had over 30 members qualify for state and 17, more than half, compete at the national level in Atlanta, Georgia.

Barbe’s FBLA Club hopes to continue this success. As they head to district conference, they are only leaving a few categories unfilled and are confident in their ability to perform well on paper. You can probably spot these driven members around town as they get together in their favorite study locations such as Starbucks, local parks, and their school courtyards. Their value for later study spots inspired Barbe FBLA to participate in Campus Clean Up. They teamed up with other clubs in an effort to improve the appearance of Barbe’s campus. This shows while these members are eager to go off and start their own businesses, they are still motivated to improve the valuable institutions already in place that provide them with the tools to be successful.

Good luck to everyone across the state from Barbe FBLA!

Bailey Wilson, Barbe FBLA Reporter

 
September 2016 Louisiana Leader PDF Print E-mail

President's Address

Sarfraz Ahmed, Louisiana FBLA President
Greetings, Louisiana FBLA! My name is Sarfraz Ahmed, and I’m your current State President. As we progress through this year together, I am excited to see everything that we’ll be achieving together. We’ve already made it through our National Conference in Atlanta with great success and fun, and I believe we’ll only do more from here! So far, your Louisiana FBLA state officers and administrators have already been hard at work preparing to make this year the best one yet. I’m very pleased to announce a number of projects which my fellow officers and I will expectedly implement in the near future. Overall, we would love to see an increase in general membership over the next year. As such, the state officers are reaching out to inactive and potential clubs which may be interested in joining FBLA. In addition, the officers would like to focus on any new or struggling clubs that may benefit from additional assistance. The officers are collectively working on a resource aimed at being an aid for clubs with general inquiries regarding membership, conferences, or any issues pertinent to a developing chapter. Furthermore, our state officers are looking into revamping our current website into a cleaner, more modern representation of this organization. We sincerely hope that these undertakings, in addition to our continuous service and commitment, will benefit Louisiana FBLA and its members for years to come. If you have any questions or concerns, I’d love to receive them at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or feel free to reach out to any of our state officers and administrators on this website. Thank you for all your support – I look forward to serving you this year!

 

National Leadership Conference 2016

Natalie LeBas, Louisiana FBLA Parliamentarian
This year’s National FBLA Leadership Conference in Atlanta was definitely one to remember! Being well represented, Louisiana members made their mark in all events, workshops, and activities they participated in! During off time, chapters were able to tour the city at their own leisure. Many chapters visited the Coca-Cola Factory and attended a Braves baseball game. During competition time, all competitors were hard at work striving for a victory, many of whom made it to the final round and placed in the Top Ten of the Nation! Overall, many memories were made, and the passion for FBLA was strengthened, making the anticipation for the upcoming year grow in each of the members!
Congratulations to those who placed at the 2016 FBLA National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia! Louisiana FBLA is very proud of you!
  • Kalee Whitlock, Alfred M. Barbe High School, Electronic Career Portfolio, 4th Place
  • Nikki Mallepalli, Cedar Creek School, Health Care Administration, 5th Place
  • Sarah Katherine McCallum, Cedar Creek School, Public Speaking I - 5th Place

 

 

 

 


 

 


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