The perk of being a small, close-knit organization is there are more opportunities for leadership development. Below lists our Spring 2018 Executive Team. They can be contacted via email@example.com. Members also have the opportunity for more leadership roles on the state and national leadership team. According to 2017-18 National Parliamentarian Candidate Taylor N. Libbert from Truman State University, “the local chapter experience without a doubt prepared me to conquer leadership roles on a larger scale and to conquer my future career. Although I was not appointed National Parliamentarian, I’ve grown as the Activities Personnel for Missouri FBLA-PBL these past 3 years and have imparted my knowledge to members in various divisions and levels of the association.” The question is now whether you will step up to the challenge of leadership.
The President shall (a) preside over meetings of the Chapter, (b) appoint all committees, (c) serve as an ex-officio member of all chapter committees, (d) serve as Business Student Executive Council representative, (e) hold regular meetings with the adviser(s), and (f) promote the growth and development of PBL. Questions about fundraising and social media are sent to her as well.
The Vice President of Professionalism shall (a) plan and facilitate chapter meeting programs, (b) enforce professionalism within the chapter, (c) assist the president in the promotion and development of PBL, (d) educate new members about FBLA-PBL, and (e) serve as the Professionalism Committee Chair.
The Vice President of Event Management shall (a) educate members, campus, and community about March of Dimes Foundation, (b) plan and facilitate community service projects, (c) encourage chapter participation in campus-wide activities, and (d) plan and facilitate recreational and social events, (e) enhance chapter morale and camaraderie, (f) serve as Risk Management Officer, and (g) serve as the Event Management Committee Chair.