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posted: 12/18/2013 12:00 PM

Warren High FBLA members attend leadership conference

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The Warren Township High School chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America participated at the National Fall Leadership Conference Nov. 15-16 in Cleveland, Ohio.

More than 1,100 FBLA-PBL members, advisers, and guests gathered to put excellence in action and network with people from across the country.

Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. is a student business organization with nearly a quarter of a million members and advisers in 12,000 charted high school, middle school, and college chapters worldwide.

Its mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

Warren High had 52 members in attendance. Warren students attending were: Pratik Ainapure, Anthony Amrozowicz, Michael Balla, Taylor Beck, Erica Blevins, Evan Boutelle, Steven Brown, Belinda Cavazos, Olivia Chen, Christine Clark, Catherine Diaz, Carl Fleming, Hannah Frier, Amanda Gardner, Kelly Gardner, Madeline Gastfield, Matthew Gutterman, Rebecca Gutterman, Jeremy Herzog, Asif Huq, Omair Iqbal, Ashley Joseph, Carolyn Kalinowski, Elizabeth Karlovics, Ammar Khan, Connor Leden, Keralynn Little, William Liu, Allison Lu, Joshua Luka, Laura Mahnke, Alanna Martin, Julianna Martinez, Paul Neal, Jillian Nowry, Ganiyat Olasobikan, Julia Papillon, Carolyn Plath, Giselle Rojas, Jessica Rojas, Camila Sanchez, Jennifer Schneider, Vincent Serrano, Roshan Shankar, Alyssa Sherman, Dhara Shukla, Druti Shukla, Ruben Torres, Mackenzie Whitlock, Matthew Wiechert, Joshua Winkler, and Hayden Yunker. Three school advisers also attended.

Informative workshops that focused on strengthening local chapter involvement through FBLA-PBL programs, technology, community service, business marketing and management, career exploration and success, communication, entrepreneurship, and leadership skills were attended by the Warren High FBLA members.

FBLA-PBL is the oldest and largest business career and technical student organization that promotes competent business leadership training.

For information about FBLA-PBL, visit,, and

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