High School’s FBLA installs 105 new and returning members

The Minisink Valley Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) recently inducted 105 members for the 2022-23 school year, featuring 52 new members and 53 returning members.

The following officers were also installed:

FBLA officersPresident: Andrew Hines, junior
Vice President: Rachael Cesarz, junior
Co-Secretary: Nicolas Merante, junior
Co- Secretary: Audrey Guido, sophomore
Co-Treasurer: Cassie Walsh, junior
Co-Treasurer: Jessica LaFollette, sophomore
Co-Treasurer: Allyson Levin, sophomore

FBLA guest speakersThe induction ceremony featured the installation of officers with a “Young Professionals Panel” composed of former Minisink Valley students who are all in the workforce in business-related fields:

  • Jeffrey Little, Class of 2014
  • Katherine Peters, Class of 2016
  • Emily Stehlik, Class of 2016

The panel, moderated by advisor Seth Johnson, discussed transitioning from college to the workplace, why internships are important, how did they deal with setbacks and more.

“They shared valuable insight with every member,” added Mr. Johnson.

2022-23 inductees are:
Vincent Biondollilo
Kayleigh Bosch
Madison Boyce
Richard Cai
Brian Capper
Hannah Cohen
Heather Day
Alexis DeBeauvernet
Courtney Delaney
Hana Kim Ebbert
Evelyn Fisch
Caroline Gibbons
Kaitlyn Glebocki
Sylvia Glebocki
Niamh Gray
Rhyan Green
Clin Hansen
Hana Hassan
Madison Hauck
Nyree Hidalgo
Caitlyn Higby
Merlot Hindley
Avary Hoffmann
Madeline Huggins
Makayla Hughson
Tyler Hunter
Samantha Jack
Joshua Lawrence
Lorelei Leonard
Allison Lukiansky
Chloe MarcoVecchio
Olivia Masseria
Krista Mazariegos
Fiona McElduff
Kaitlyn McElduff
Nicolas Merante
Matthew Monahan
Megan Murray
Faith Padavano
Ronald Parshall
Rachael Petty
Justin Roccabruna
Devion Rosa
Gavin Rossi
Maja Sande
Nick Sommella
RJ Sosler
Kaitlyn Stephenson
Savannah Tomasulo
Jazlyn Urena
Nicela Vega-Knowles
Kayla Wasserman
James Wodzinski

FBLA is the high school division of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. FBLA helps high school students prepare for careers in business through academic competitions, leadership development and educational programs.