This organization is a true passion of mine and I hope to share its vast influence on education and leadership with others. I have a supportive family, wonderful advisor, and fantastic chapter. I attend Midland High School where Mrs. Dinah Istre serves as my adviser. I am locally active in 4-H, Student Council, and Beta. I enjoy singing, painting, and spending time with my family. My goal for this year is to welcome and thrill not only new, but old members of Louisiana FCCLA, while also creating a beneficial impact on their leadership and preparation skills. As Ralph Nader said, “ The function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers.”
Hi everyone! I am a junior at Hathaway High school and I look forward to being your 1st Vice President for the upcoming year! I have always been the quiet person around school, having only two friends or so in class. This organization has helped me grow and develop in every way imaginable. I’ve been involved through other clubs also which have helped me to grow as the leader I am today. My goal for this year is to encourage you, the members of our organization, to grow as a leader while gaining valuable life-skills experience and a new found confidence to follow you throughout your journey in life. I can’t wait to meet you all!
Hey y’all! I am Gabrielle Robinson, your Vice President of Membership for the 2017-2018 school year. I am a junior at Elton high School where I work with the best advisor, Mrs. Cindy Doise. I am involved in many activities in addition to our great organization which include: 4-h Reporter, Beta Club, Library Club, Track and Field, Youth Choir Leader for St. Paul Catholic Church, and Alive Student Ministries. My main goal for this year is to increase our membership across the state by exercising creative and energetic leadership and recruitment activities. Our organization provides unique, fun, and challenging opportunities for youth and I believe that EVERY high school student should have the option to join this fantastic organization.
Hello Louisiana FCCLA! My name is Stacy Peoples and I am your Vice President of STAR Events. I am a seventeen year old senior at Mansfield High School and the youngest of my mother’s five children. My principal is Mr. Sedric Clark and Mrs. Alicia Bradley serves as my chapter adviser. I am highly involved in FCCLA, Mansfield High School Band, and the Mansfield JROTC. My main goal as your Vice President of STAR Events is to increase popularity of the events, increase overall STAR Event participation, and bring back skills test to our state conference. I look forward to a fantastic year with all of you and I hope to see you at our State Leadership Conference in March.
Hi, I am Brittany Walker and I am your 2017-2018 State Vice President of Community Service! I attend Mansfield High School where I am involved in cheerleading, softball, and FCCLA. I also serve as the class treasurer of my junior class. My adviser, Mrs. Alicia Bradley, and I have worked hard to get where we are today. This organization has become a great part of my life by helping me prepare for life after high school. My mission is to reach other members through networking with others, leadership development, and personal skills development. My goal as your Vice President of Community Service is to implement state-wide service projects that will help needed individuals in our communities. I look forward to serving each of you throughout the upcoming year!
Gabrielle Prejean – Vice President of Public Relations
Hello fellow members! I am your 2017-2018 Vice President of Public Relations, Gabrielle Prejean. I am a seventeen year old senior at Midland High School and the oldest of two girls. Mrs. Dinah Istre serves as my advisor. I am locally active in both HOSA and Student Council. I enjoy spending my free time with family and friends, reading, watching movies, and being outdoors with my dog. My goal for this year is to promote our organization to new heights through social media. As Audrey Hepburn once said, “Nothing is impossible, as the word itself says ‘I’m possible.'”