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2019 - 2020 FBLA Officers
  • President: Jahnna Essex
  • Vice President: Sophie Gann
  • Secretary: Robert Hoskins
  • Treasurer: Katelyn Hoskins
  • Historian: Ian Harjo
  • Parliamentarian: Jacob Vest
  • Reporter: Lacey Swearingin
Mrs. Lisa Perkins, Adviser

Lisa Perkins


FBLA dues of $15 are required to be paid before students can attend any FBLA activities or be recognized as active members. If you have not turned in your dues, you need to do so ASAP.

Your FBLA leaders had a great time at CLUE in Jefferson City on Monday, July 17, 2017! Be sure to ask them what they did and the vision they have for the 2017 - 2018 year.

Future Business Leaders of America


Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL) is the largest career student organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business.

Did You Know??

  • Discounts are provided to members of the association across all four divisions. Members can utilize their benefits by showing their membership card at stores, hotels, and online retailers.  A full listing of discounts can be found on the National website's Membership page.
  • Both Missouri FBLA-PBL and National FBLA-PBL offer scholarships to students who showcase a desire to continue their business education at a post-secondary institution.  FBLA-PBL has a mission to facilitate the transition from school to work, and by providing funding to advance skills, the organization accomplishes this goal.

Did you know Northwood University’s business organization scholarships award up to $4,000 to FBLA students? Scholarship monies can be combined with academic merit scholarships too, so your school’s FBLA star could be headed to the premier specialty business university to make their mark on the business world. Learn more at Northwood University.

At Boston University, we connect students with world-class industry professionals, respected researchers, and leading business organizations like FBLA. Our students emerge with dynamic, vital skills for success in the business world and obtain remarkably high job-placement rates. Learn more at Boston University.

The following meeting dates have been added to the calendar. Some dates may changed based on competition dates.

You are required to attend all meetings in order to remain an active member and go to competitions/trips.

  • September 3
  • October 6
  • November 10
  • December 8
  • January 5
  • February 2
  • March 3
  • March 30
  • April 27 (Last meeting, officer voting)
  • Attending All Meetings Is Required.
  • All meetings will be held during advisory in Mrs. Perkins' room unless you are notified otherwise.
  • Other meetings may be scheduled as needed.
  • Missing several meetings could result in active member status being revoked


All members of FBLA are required to participate in fundraising activities. We will have two: one in the fall and one in the spring. Fundraising pays for dues, competitions, and trips. Successful fundraising helps reduce costs for members.