Utah FBLA State Officers

 

Alan Nichols, President
Presidentpresident@utahfbla.com

Alan is a senior at Wasatch County High School and has been a member of FBLA since his freshman year. Alan has loved the opportunity to participate in FBLA and is honored to serve as Utah FBLA President. Outside of FBLA Alan has earned his Eagle Scout award and has been inducted as a Ne Plus Ultra member.  His hobbies include National Honor Society, varsity tennis, and cross country.  Alan also enjoys traveling and hopes to one day open a speech-language pathology clinic.


Kaden Madson, Executive VP
Executive VPexecutivevp@utahfbla.com

Kaden is a senior at Bear River High School. After attending most of his sophomore year at Box Elder High, Kaden transferred to Bear River and plans to stay there! He loves business classes and FBLA. Outside of high school Kaden loves to debate, be with family and friends, talk politics, play piano, and plan events. He also has his own drone photography business. He is very excited to serve as your 2016-2017 Executive Vice President for Utah FBLA.


Marin Murdock, Central Region VP
central@utahfbla.comCentral VP

Marin is a senior at Herriman High School and has been an active member in FBLA since her sophomore year.  FBLA has given Marin many great opportunities to become a better leader and individual, and she hopes to be able to give the same opportunities to other Utah FBLA members this year.  Apart from FBLA Marin also enjoys singing and playing the piano, reading, and participating in several other clubs at her school.


Logan Engar, Eastern Region VP
eastern@utahfbla.comEastern VP

Logan is a senior at Carbon High School. He has been involved in FBLA since the 7th grade and has loved every moment. Logan is excited to serve on the Utah State Officer team and hopes to make the 2016-2017 year fantastic. His favorite thing about FBLA is the organization’s ability to help students maximize their potential. Logan has many hobbies, including snowboarding, running, swimming, ultimate Frisbee, quiz bowl, music, and generally laughing with friends. After high school he plans to go into professional engineering in architecture or aeronautics.


Na Yeon Kim, Metro Region VP
metro@utahfbla.com
Metro VP

Na Yeon is a senior at West High School and has been a member of FBLA since her freshman year. Na Yeon has competed at the regional, state, and national levels in FBLA events and has acted as secretary of her local chapter for two amazing years. Outside of FBLA you can find Na Yeon volunteering at a local hospital, playing the violin, and trying to find a good book. Na Yeon is excited to serve as this year’s Metro Region Vice President and looks forward for another fantastic year in FBLA!


Alex Johnson, Northern Region VP
northern@utahfbla.com
Northern VP

Alex is a senior at Clearfield High School and has been an active member since his sophomore year. After attending the 2015 National Leadership Conference, Alex was honored to serve as his chapter president his junior year. He is a full diploma International Baccalaureate student and pursues writing in his free time as a teen correspondent for the Standard Examiner. He also enjoys participating in the various clubs around his school. More than anything Alex is honored and excited to serve as the 2016-2017 Northern Region Vice President and looks forward to helping others within the organization.


Kyler Nelson, Southern Region VP
Southern VP southern@utahfbla.com

Kyler Nelson is a senior at Manti High School and has been part of FBLA since his sophomore year. Kyler found himself quickly launched from his first regional competition to the 2015 National Leadership Conference in Chicago and then into an active role in his local chapter. He has served as the vice president in his chapter as a junior and is now serving as president. Outside of FBLA Kyler enjoys playing the piano and trombone, performing in the Resonance show choir and in theatrical productions, dancing, running cross-country, programming computers, and being involved in his school’s speech and debate team. He is also involved in his local youth city council and provides computer services to people in his community.


Soyoung Jeon, Secretary
Secretary secretary@utahfbla.com

Soyoung is a senior at Hillcrest High School and has been an active member of FBLA since her freshman year. Outside of FBLA Soyoung enjoys debating, playing tennis, and volunteering at numerous organizations. She is excited to serve as the 2016-2017 state secretary and is looking forward to meeting and helping Utah FBLA members!


Jeffrey Whiting, Public Relations Director
Public Relations Directorfblawrvp@fbla.org

Jeffrey is a senior at Wasatch County High School. Jeffrey joined FBLA his freshman year of high school and has been involved every day since joining, ultimately attending the 2015 National Leadership Conference in Chicago. Jeffrey is a student ambassador at Wasatch High and currently serves as his senior class president and yearbook editor. Apart from FBLA Jeffrey enjoys fishing, hunting, golfing, or watching Netflix. Jeffrey’s favorite colors are green and orange.


Abigail Olson, Webmaster
Webmaster webmaster@utahfbla.com

Abby is a senior at Hillcrest High and has been a member of FBLA since her freshman year. She has loved the leadership experience and career development she has gained as being a member of this organization. Outside of FBLA Abby enjoys competing in policy debate, swimming, reading, and building robots.


Lucille Brizzee, Assistant State Director IMG_6729-1
LucilleBrizzee6@gmail.com

Ms. Brizzee has been the Utah FBLA-PBL Assistant State Director since 2008. She graduated from Brigham Young University 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 DirectorIMG_6733-1
duke.distefano@wasatch.edu

Mr. D. has been the Utah FBLA-PBL State Director since 2008. 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 family in his spare time.