Salisbury FBLA

The Salisbury FBLA Chapter attended the FBLA State Leadership Conference in Springfield, MO on Sunday, April 10 - Tuesday, April 12. Students competed in events ranging from written tests to presentation events. Students who attended the conference were: Noah Hartmann, Grace Gebhardt, Addison Schiltz, Tori Ricketts, Isabell Rice, Madison Linneman, Rylan Stefankiewicz, Kate Kottman, Kaisen Carter, Makenna Stundebeck, Drake Whitman, Daniel White, Emry Gutz, Halley Marek, and Alyssa Smedley. The following students place in the Top 10 in the state:Isabell Rice, 10th in Intro to Public Speaking
Drake Whitman, 9th in Sales Presentation
Kaisen Carter and Makenna Stundebeck, 7th in Social Media Strategies
Kate Kottman, 5th in Computer Applications
*Tori Ricketts, 4th in Introduction to Business Procedures
*Madison Linneman, Kate Kottman, and Drake Whitman, 3rd in Broadcast Journalism
*Kaisen Carter, Alyssa Smedley, and Makenna Stundebeck, 2nd in Website Design
*Alyssa Smedley and Emry Gutz, 2nd in Publication Design
*Rylan Stefankiewicz and Daniel White 1st in Public Service Announcement

Those who placed in the top 4 will advance to the national leadership conference held in Chicago, IL June 28-July 2. *Denotes National Qualifier

Makenna Stundebeck served as the 2021-22 State Vice President of Relations for the FBLA organization. Makenna played a vital role in the production of the state leadership conference, as well as many other state activities and events that happened throughout the year. Makenna did an outstanding job of representing our school and community.