Wed Feb 20, 2019
State Officer Biographies
PA FBLA President
|"The way to get started is
to stop talking and start doing." This is a quote that your PA FBLA
State President, Logan Dubil, lives by day by day, and he cannot wait to
see all of the accomplishments that are achieved this year.
Logan will be a senior at
North Penn High School throughout his second term in PA FBLA office.
Aside from being State President, he also serves as North Penn's
President. In the past, he has had experience as Chapter Reporter and
State Vice President at Large. With all of his experience with FBLA, he
is determined to meet all of the goals set by the state of Pennsylvania.
To do this, he plans on allocating his time to travel to numerous
chapters across the state, whether that being to speak to the members or
to attend fundraisers, so if you have any interest in him visiting your
chapter, do not hesitate to contact him. From a competitive stand point,
Logan has made it to states in 2018, competing in public speaking. He
also has participated in the outstanding chapter program along with the
membership madness program and has succeeded with fundraising.
On a personal note,
Logan keeps himself busy when not working on FBLA assignments. He has
been a runner for over 5 years, competing in cross country and track
since the fourth grade. Logan also enjoys volunteering at his local food
shelter and other places around his community.
Here are some quick fun
facts that he would like you to know about him. His favorite TV show is
"This Is Us". His favorite movie is Big Daddy. His favorite book is
"Great Gatsby". His favorite ice cream flavor is pistachio. Last but not
least, he is determined to make this year the best yet.
Logan is looking
forward to serve as your next president, and is excited to see where we
will go this upcoming year.
PA FBLA First Vice President
Ferguson is honored to serve as your PA FBLA First Vice President on the
18-19 State Officer Team. He is a high school student at Jersey Shore
Senior High School in Region 7, who loves meeting new people and going
to FBLA conferences. Besides being on the State Officer Team, Max is
also Region 7’s President and an Executive Member of his high school’s
Outside of FBLA he participates in many school extra-curriculars, such
as Cross Country, Track, Model UN, Mock Constitutional Convention,
Choir/Select Choir, and Musical. He is also 2020 Class Co-President. Max
enjoys running, hiking, fishing, hunting, and playing guitar, violin and
singing. Max is extremely excited to be a part of this year’s State
Officer Team, and can’t wait to see what amazing things they can
accomplish for this great organization.
PA FBLA Secretary
Jack Monte, a senior at Wallenpaupack Area
High School, is pumped to be your State Secretary. After not qualifying
for his event in FBLA as a Freshman, he was determined to work his way
up the FBLA ladder, and the rest is history. He is current a member of
the National Honor Society, Student Council, and The WHS
Morning News Show. Along with that he is a member of amazing Cross
Country and Track and Field teams which consist of not only the best
coaches around, but also the hardest working and most dedicated athletes
one could find.
When not in his business suit you can find
him working as a lifeguard at
Springs, in the weight room lifting, hanging out with his
friends, or outside running or hiking on pretty much any surface.
PA FBLA Treasurer
Cindy Liu, a
student at Beaver Area High school, is honored to serve as the 2018-2019
PA FBLA State Treasurer. Cindy has always been interested in business
and immediately signed up for FBLA when it was offered at her local
school. After 2018 NLC, she will be attending Iacocca Global
Entrepreneurship Intensive at Lehigh University as she continues her
interest in business.
Cindy is involved
in her local church and will serve as a member on the Leadership Team at
First Presbyterian Church in Beaver, PA. Cindy plays tennis on the
Girls’ Varsity Tennis Team at Beaver, and she plays violin on the school
orchestra team. Ever since when she was young, she showed an
extraordinary interest in numbers, mathematics, etc.
In the future,
Cindy hopes to travel to many known cities (e.g. London, Paris, Tokyo).
She also wants to attend Harvard University for her undergraduate and
MBA degree. After college, Cindy wants work in the leading financial
center of the world, the Wall Street. Her favorite quote is “After all,
isn’t a goal without a plan just a dream?” Cindy hopes to represent FBLA
to help you achieve your goals!
PA FBLA Reporter
Madison Becker, a
senior at Littlestown High School, is honored to serve as your 2018-2019
PA FBLA State Reporter. Madison has been an active member of FBLA since
her freshman year and her love for the organization has only grown since
then. She has competed at three SLCs so far and was a national qualifier
for Introduction to Business Communication in 2017. In addition to
serving as your state reporter, Madison serves as her local chapter’s
Vice President and Community Service Chairperson as well as the Region 6
Outside of FBLA,
Madison is a member of National Honor Society-an organization that has
furthered her appreciation for community service and giving back. She is
also a member of student council, serving as Littlestown’s student body
historian and historian of her graduating class.
PA FBLA VP at Large #1
Michael Baker, a
junior at Claysburg-Kimmel High School, is honored to be a part of the
2018-2019 PA FBLA State Officer team. Serving as State Vice President at
Large, Michael has high expectations for this year’s FBLA student body.
Michael has been an active member of FBLA for 3 years, along with being
involved in other clubs in his school. Michael is class president at his
high school, and is a member of the Scholastic Scrimmage team, plays on
the basketball team, and is his school’s mascot – “Baker the Bulldog.”
Michael has accumulated a sizeable list of accomplishments. He completed
the Future and Business levels of the BAA awards, completed the
Community level of the CSA awards, and helped his chapter win several
awards at the SLC. During the 2016-2017 school year, Michael and his
dodgeball team, the “Blazin Bulldogs” won the dodgeball tournament at
the 2016 State Leadership Workshop in Harrisburg, PA. He has placed 2nd
and 3rd in his competitive events at the 2017 and 2018 SLCs.
Michael has attended two State Leadership Workshops, two State
Leadership Conferences, and two National Leadership Conferences.
Being the youngest
of three sons, Michael’s brothers and parents have been his biggest
supporters and motivators in reaching his goals. Michael believes that
FBLA is going to change his life, and with FBLA he believes he can help
to change the lives of others. Michael is ready to create, lead, and
inspire Pennsylvania FBLA, and with the 2018-2019 state officers, he
plans to do just that.
PA FBLA VP at Large #2
extremely excited to be serving on the 2018-2019 State Officer team as
your 2nd Vice President at Large. He is a sophomore at Marian
Catholic High School and serves as region 23 secretary. Maxwell enjoys
serving others, and being so, he has been involved in numerous school
activities and has done hundreds of community service hours.
Besides FBLA, he is involved in Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science
and is a Student Ambassador. Maxwell also enjoys spending time with his
family and friends. When he is not in his FBLA suit, you can find him
running with his friends on the cross country team, and is a part of his
school’s baseball team. Maxwell is excited to meet and work with
students that have the same passion for FBLA that he does, he is ready
for a fantastic year.
PA FBLA VP at Large #3
Tetreault, your Vice President at Large 3, is hype for the opportunity
to serve on the 2018-2019 state officer team. Ezra felt a strong
connection to FBLA right from the start. At the 2017 NLC in Anaheim, he
realized his calling for a significant leadership role within the
organization. As an officer, one of Ezra’s leadership goals is to get PA
members and future members excited for all of the things that FBLA has
As a junior at
Western Wayne High School, Ezra is a varsity athlete for the football
and track and field teams. When not on the field, Ezra is an active
member of the National Honor Society and serves as his class president.
A fun fact about Ezra - he lives in a cornfield - that must be where his
love for sweet country music comes from!
Ezra is outgoing
and can strike up a conversation with people of all ages and interests.
He is not afraid to stand up before a crowd and represent an idea or
group. Ezra is hoping to meet and network with his fellow FBLA members,
so don’t be afraid to approach him, look him up, or reach out on
PA FBLA Parliamentarian
Sanjana Shanbhag is
thrilled to be serving as your 2018-2019 state parliamentarian! Sanjana
is a junior at the Downingtown STEM Academy and has been an avid member
of FBLA since her freshman year. She appreciates the unique experience
it offers students at the middle, high school, and college levels. She
has qualified for the national level in the event introduction to
parliamentary procedure and hopes to achieve these same goals next year.
Sanjana has also
been taking private piano lessons for the last eight years and has
participated in the National Piano Teacher’s Guild Auditions for the
past four. She has also been deemed a national winner in piano and loves
to play classical and contemporary music. Sanjana also spends her time
tutoring young students in math and enjoys working with numbers and
logic. In school, Sanjana is a part of the National and Spanish Honor
Societies and is an active member of Model UN and TSA. She hopes to
expand upon her high school experience and make this year an
unforgettable one for FBLA!