State Officers 2016-2017

Adam Nalley
Vice President of Service  

Adam Nalley is a junior at Owyhee High School, the only school for the Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck Valley Indian Reservation. He is honored to represent his school, community, and Nevada FBLA as Vice President of Service. He joined FBLA as a freshman, not knowing of his potential. That same year, he qualified for NLC in Introduction to Business Communication. As a sophomore, he placed in six competitive events, qualifying for NLC in Cyber Security and Community Service Project. As a junior, he placed in Accounting I and ran for Vice President of Service. Now, for his senior year, he plans to network with members, make unforgettable experiences, and HAVE FUN.

Along the way, he participated in Band, FFA, TRiO Upward Bound, Poetry Out Loud, SYLAP, AISES, Student Council as Treasurer, and was involved in Football, Wrestling, Basketball, and Track and Field. He plans to attend Harvard University with degrees in Computer Science and Accounting.

Adam Nalley is pleased to work with all of you right now for his 2016 – 2017 term in FBLA. Maten memmi

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Adrian Lee
Vice President of Membership

As a senior from West Career and Technical Academy, Adrian Lee is primed to serve Nevada FBLA as the Vice President of Membership! As a fourth year member of the organization, he has completed the Leader level of the Business Achievement Awards and the Community level of the Community Service Awards, served as a chapter officer for two years, and has tried to spit hot fire when being put on the spot to talk about FBLA.

Jokes aside, his true passion for FBLA is the members! Why? They are quirky, passionate, intelligent, and on a good day, some of the best people in the world both academically and socially. And to him, every day is a good day! After all, who else can have the honor of focusing his efforts on these awesome people this year?

Adrian would like to take his passion of business to college and his career goals. His pursuit in a career of finance would likely lead him in the world of financial planning. With experience doing volunteer tax returns through Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and learning about how money works in his finance class, he realizes that financial planning would be a great field for him to share his knowledge and passion for finance.

Adrian is more than delighted by this year’s theme and it spectacular timing! He gets to be a state officer in the year of “A Legacy of Leadership” as a senior! What could possibly be better than that? 

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Michelle Phan
Vice President of Public Relations

As a senior at West Career and Technical Academy, Michelle Phan is ecstatic and privileged to be serving as the 2015-2016 Nevada FBLA Vice President of Public Relations. Heading into her fourth year of membership, FBLA has given Michelle three years worth of memories and skill. FBLA has been able to give Michelle the opportunity to advance in her social skills and apply knowledge she has obtained from her Business Program major. Since her first meeting freshmen year, Michelle has developed a passion for FBLA and the potential that it gives members. As a junior, Michelle served as her chapter’s Vice President of Public Relations and accomplished the Future and Business levels of the Business Achievement Awards. Now, Michelle plans to spend her fourth and final year giving back to FBLA in return.

Aside from FBLA, Michelle continues her dedication to give back to the community through a multitude of organizations that include National Honor Society, Givens Grizzly Mentorship Program, Key Club, National Business Honor Society, and being a student ambassador for her school.

Beyond academics, Michelle enjoys to spend her free time either being with family and friends or travelling. From the rainy days of Seattle to the island of Hainan, China, Michelle has made her way to different parts of the world. Although, through Michelle’s intended college majors of Marketing and International Business, she will be able to fulfill her dream in visiting other parts of the world. Michelle is excited to be working closely with this year’s state officer team to take Nevada FBLA to new heights with positive mindsets and smiles!

“You’re never fully dressed without a smile.” - Martin Charnin

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Landi Goddard
Eastern Region Vice President

Landi Goddard is honored to be representing Spring Creek High School FBLA as the Eastern Region Vice President. She will be a Junior in the 2016-2017 school year and will be starting her fourth year as a member of FBLA. She has been the FBLA treasurer for two consecutive years, and has placed at Nationals in multiple events her Freshman and Sophomore years. Landi started FBLA because of her older sister Billie Jo Goddard, who encouraged her to become an officer as a Freshman, and her sister is one of the main reasons Landi is where she is today. FBLA has helped Landi develop a plethora of skills in the past three years that she has been involved in the program and she continues to grow and learn from it every day. She also aspires to help as many people as possible develop their passion for FBLA along her journey. Landi is involved in many extracurricular activities including HOSA and National Honors Society. Outside of school she spends most of her time with her five dogs and six horses; she also enjoys hunting, fishing, reading, writing, listening to music, and so much more. Landi is a very busy young lady, doing as many activities as she can, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. She plans to go to the University of Nevada Reno, and for her future Landi’s goal is to find a career where she can bring together everything she loves, which will undoubtedly include the business world. She is very excited to have this opportunity and will appreciate every connection she makes throughout the Eastern Region, as well as Nevada FBLA. It is extremely exciting for her to be part of something so much bigger and that will help shape her into the Future Business Leader she has always dreamed of being.

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Jordana Andrada
Southern Region Vice President

Jordana Andrada is excited to serve as your Southern Region Vice President for the 2016-2017 school year! Currently a senior at Advanced Technologies Academy, she has been an energetic FBLA member for three years. Since joining, Jordana has previously been Vice President of Public Relations for her local chapter. In her sophomore year, she qualified for nationals for three events! In her junior year, she qualified for nationals again, and attended the life-changing event, vying against members from coast-to-coast for a chance to take center stage for Social Media Campaign. Joining FBLA her sophomore year, Jordana did not expect to experience some of her greatest memories and grow indefinitely as a leader. She desires to entice others into joining, so they, too, can lavish in the benefits of being a member.

Outside of FBLA, Jordana engrosses herself in a variety of activities, all with the goal of helping others. She is involved in organizations such as NHS and DECA. Additionally, she is a freshman mentor and ambassador for her school. Whenever Jordana has free time, she enjoys exploring other cultures, through telenovelas and Korean dramas. She is also enthusiastic about singing and trying new foods.

When Jordana graduates, she desires to major in psychology and minor in business in able to become an Industrial-Organizational Psychologist. By actively working as a student tutor for AP Psychology, and majoring in the Business Management program at ATECH, she hopes to continue on a pathway toward success!

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