Mundelein High School’s Future Business Leaders of America [FBLA] group took part at an Area Competition held at Wauconda High School Jan. 28 and brought home a number of awards. While there, 53 members did well enough to qualify as either a team or an individual to continue on to State competition to be held in Springfield April 6 and 7.
Sophomore Sofia Feijoo campaigned and was elected to the position of Area Vice President for the Northern Illinois FBLA region.
MHS took home the following awards for competitive events:
First Place: Tyler Collins, Business Calculations; MacKenzie Stewart, Business Law; Jillian Hoffstadt, Sales Presentation.
Second Place: Sahil Patel and Thomas Riggio, Global Business; Justin Park, Introduction to Business; Sydnie Mathews, Journalism; Liam Guiritan, Networking Concepts.
Third Place: Natasha Kumar, Business Communications; Michal Gryga, Cyber Security; Derek Lee, Introduction to FBLA; Christine Espinosa, Kavana Belagur and Taneesha Tavkar for Website Design.
Fourth Place: Ryann Ray, Business Calculations; Xavier Greene, Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure; Josephine Hutson, Journalism; Hunter Magee, Personal Finance.
Fifth Place: Kendall Job, Business Communications; Matthew Pawlowski, Cyber Security; Nathan Clapp, Introduction to Financial Math; Kate Fladhammer, Public Speaking.
Sixth Place: Allan Rodriguez, Kaithen Hoferitza and Sofia Feijoo for Broadcast Journalism; Colin Geary, Economics; Yasmeen Fathallah Rivera, Christine So for Emerging Business Issues; and Sydney Szalinski, Journalism.
Eighth Place: Gertrude Palillo, Health Care Administration; Justin So, Public Speaking; and Parker Geary, Accounting.
Sarah Menas and Chris Hoster are the FBLA advisors at MHS.
Visit the MHS FBLA web page to learn more about this activity.