Sophie Will, President
Sophie is a senior at Corner Canyon High School and has been a member of FBLA and her chapter officer team since her sophomore year when the school opened. FBLA has had a great impact on her life, and she is honored to be able to serve the students of the great state of Utah. Outside of FBLA Sophie serves as the Public Relations Director on the Draper Mayor’s Youth Council;her hobbies include playing the saxophone and guitar, speaking French, writing, genealogy, and being involved with local and state politics.
Kathy Liu is a junior at West High School and has been an active member in FBLA since her freshman year. Kathy started the FBLA chapter at her school and has served as her chapter’s president for two incredible years. Outside of FBLA Kathy debates, plays tennis, hikes, and tries to cook. Kathy is excited to serve as the 2015-2016 State Executive Vice President and looks forward to helping Utah FBLA members reach their potential in business leadership!
Olivia Ziter, Central Region VP
Olivia Ziter is a senior at Herriman High School and has been an active member of FBLA since her sophomore year. Her leadership skills have been advancing since her career in FBLA began. Olivia was appointed to be the Herriman Chapter President her second year in FBLA, and now her third year as a member, is serving as the Central Region VP. Her favorite thing about FBLA is that it has taught her crucial life lessons that will be used throughout her life. Outside of FBLA, Olivia loves to run, watch soccer, read, and enjoys anything pertaining to Doctor Who.
Kaylee Bruno, Eastern Region VP
Kaylee Bruno is a senior at Carbon High School. She discovered her love for FBLA as a freshman and has now been involved for four years. Kaylee enjoys reading, snowboarding, cheer-leading and is an officer in many clubs. Kaylee is going into the medical field and plans on becoming a pediatrician.
Anna Sung, Metro Region VP
Anna Sung is a junior as West High and has been a member of FBLA for two unforgettable years. Ever since she discovered this organization, she has been inspired by its dedication to driving each individual to his or her fullest potential in business leadership and hopes to help make FBLA as motivational and enriching to all members involved as it is for her. Outside of FBLA you can find her volunteering with Key Club, reading Nietzsche files for debate, or haunting the libraries.
Andrea Seager, a senior at Davis High School, has been actively involved in FBLA since her sophomore year. She has held an officer position in her local chapter for two year and has also participated in FBLA events on the regional, state and national levels. Andrea is passionate about FBLA and believes that being a part of this organization offers you many incredible opportunities to acquire future business skills, develop leadership qualities, meet new people, and make great memories. Outside of FBLA Andrea enjoys music, ATVing and spending time with family and friends. She is honored to have this opportunity to serve the amazing members of Utah FBLA and looks forward to another fantastic year as a future business leader of America.
Nicole Day, Southern Region VP
Nicole Day is a junior at North Sanpete High School. She has been actively involved in FBLA since her Freshman year. Nicole loves to play the piano, read , play tennis, and run track. She loves to smile, laugh, and just have fun.
Merry Joseph is a senior at Hillcrest High School. Her involvement in FBLA was sparked after she realized the scope of business present in numerous careers. She has been involved in FBLA since she was a junior and is eager to continue expanding her communication and leadership skills as FBLA State Secretary. Apart from FBLA Merry enjoys performing Indian Carnatic music, debating, meeting new people, seeing new places, and being Merry.
Sam Good is a senior at Weber High School. Having joined FBLA as a sophmore, Sam quickly worked his way up the ladder, ultimately attending the 2014 National Leadership Conference and becoming his chapter’s president. When he is not too busy playing the piano at a local hospital, or volunteering for and international environmental non-profit organization, Sam enjoys skiing, mountain biking and photography.
Dallan Stephens, State Webmaster
Dallan Kayle Stephens is a senior at Box Elder High School and has been a member of FBLA since his freshman year. He has had the opportunity to serve as his chapter’s Webmaster for three years, going on four and has loved the leadership experience that he has learned as an officer his entire career. He has always been committed to FBLA and has learned from it the qualities that make great leaders. He also enjoys be a part of Madrigals (choir), Youth Court, theatre, and life in general.
Ms. Brizzee has been the Utah FBLA-PBL Assistant State Director for five years. She graduated from Brigham Young University in 1988 with a degree in Business Teaching. She immediately started teaching at Ogden High School and has taught there for over 20 years. She currently teaches concurrent enrollment application programs, digital media, financial literacy, and is the adviser for the Ogden High FBLA chapter.
Ms. Brizzee loves the outdoors and playing sports. She enjoys her association with FBLA-PBL because of the caliber of students involved and her friendships with chapter advisers.
Duke K Di Stefano, State Director
Mr. D. has been the Utah FBLA-PBL State Director for five years. He graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Business & Information Technology Education and a minor in Marketing Education. He immediately started teaching in the Wasatch County School District and has been there for 10 years. Mr. D. loves FBLA-PBL and has been involved in the organization for over 17 years.
Mr. D. loves to travel and spend time with his wife and daughter in his spare time.