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National Leadership Conference
Dallas, TX
June 18-21, 2008

2008 Daily Updates

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The third day of HOSA’s 31st annual National Leadership Conference began early with judges arriving for breakfast at 7:30 to prepare for a day of judging competitors.

The following events took place on Friday at the Dallas Sheraton:
Job Seeking Skills
Community Awareness
Health Education
Biomedical Debate
Extemporaneous Speaking
Knowledge Tests
Prepared Speaking
Clinical Specialty
Dental Spelling
Medical Spelling
HOSA Bowl

Off-site events:
HOSA is very appreciative of DeSoto Fire Training Center, PCI Career Training Center and Baylor Nursing for hosting skills event competitors.
EMT
CERT
Administrative Medical Assisting
Biotechnology
Medical Laboratory Assisting
Nursing Assisting
Clinical Assisting

Exhibitors made the most of their final day and continued to meet with HOSA delegates until the HOSA exposition ended at 1 p.m. on Friday afternoon.

Educational Symposiums continued taking place throughout the day with such topics as “Laughter in Emergency Medicine,” “MRC 101; Building Blocks of Community Resiliency,” “Got Murder? Death Investigations,” and “Genes in a Bottle.” The Educational Symposiums at this year’s NLC were outstanding and gave HOSA members an opportunity to learn about different areas and aspects of healthcare.

The New Advisor Leadership Academy, with approximately 50 in attendance, took place from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Friday. This provides new local advisors with the opportunity to learn more about HOSA and how to create a successful chapter in their school. Congratulations to those advisors and best wishes implementing the newly learned best practices.

The National Recognition Session, which recognizes those chapters and their members who have contributed to HOSA as well as individual chapter accomplishments throughout the past year, began at 7:30 on Friday evening.
The first awards were presented to Outstanding HOSA Advisors. Each HOSA advisor is a positive influence for their students and makes a difference in the life of every HOSA member they teach. This is a chance to recognize those individuals for their hard work.

The following advisors were nominated by their state association for the award of OUTSTANDING HOSA ADVISOR:

State

Name

School

Division

AL

Margie Wooten

Arab High School

Secondary

AR

Angela Scott

Gravette High School

Secondary

AZ

Michelle Merolla

Page High School

Secondary

CA

Debbie Curtin

Blair High School

Secondary

CA

Terri Rudd

MT San Antonio College

Postsecondary/Collegiate

FL

Chrissy Fields

Jupiter High School

Secondary

GA

Sandra Ukah

Grady High School

Secondary

GA

Melinda Shiflet

North Technical College

Postsecondary/Collegiate

HI

Brooke Nacua

Maui High School

Secondary

IA

Gloria Sampson

Roland Story High School

Secondary

ID

Cindy Currie

Meridian Medical Arts HS

Secondary

IN

Barb Alletto

Twin Lakes High School

Secondary

KS

Jan Evans

Shawnee Mission West

Secondary

KS

Denice Klassen

Wichita Area Tech College

Postsecondary/Collegiate

KY

Cindy Allardin

Ballard Co CTC

Secondary

KY

Angie Harlan

Bowling Technical Glasgow

Postsecondary/Collegiate

ME

Beth Weatherbee

Tri-County

Secondary

MD

Terri Broemm

Hardford Tech HS

Secondary

MI

Rhonda Manninen

Marquette HS

Secondary

MN

Connie Sullivan

Blaine HS

Secondary

MS

Dawn Smith

AP Fatherree-Jones CCC

Secondary

MS

Sherry James

MS Gulf Coast CC/George

Postsecondary/Collegiate

NE

Tracy Wiese

Lincoln Southwest

Secondary

NH

Gail Minor-Babin

Gallen Career and Tech Ctr.

Secondary

NJ

Vera Lewis

Academy of Voc Careers

Secondary

NJ

Jacqueline Clarke

Camden County Tech School

Postsecondary/Collegiate

NY

Lorraine Brink

Hillcrest High School

Secondary

NY

Marcy Mullen

Questar III BOCES

Postsecondary/Collegiate

NC

Linda West

Plymouth HS

Secondary

NV

Vicki Smith

Rancho High School

Secondary

OH

Paula Wathen

Miami Valley CTC

Secondary

OK

Sherrie Burton

Red River Tech Center

Secondary

OK

Carol Maxwell

Kiamichi Tech  – McAlester

Postsecondary/Collegiate

OR

Katie Meyer

Benson Polytechnic HS

Secondary

PA

Norma Tamayo

Reading Muhlenberg CTC

Secondary

PA

Debra Kirchoff-Glazier

Juniata College

Postsecondary/Collegiate

SC

Carol Geiger

Pelion High School

Secondary

SC

Tammy Pugh

Applied Tech Edu Campus

Postsecondary/Collegiate

TN

Cindy Leslie

Bradley Central HS

Secondary

TX

Sandra Kinabrew

Coppers Cove

Secondary

UT

Shannon Hansen

Weber High School

Secondary

UT

Julie Taylor

Snow College

Postsecondary/Collegiate

VA

Jennifer Steffey

Washington County Tech Ctr.

Secondary

VA

Ellie Riggs

Wise County Tech Center

Postsecondary/Collegiate

WV

Caspia Sheppard

Boone CTC

Secondary

WV

Michele Ellis

Roane Jackson

Postsecondary/Collegiate

WI

Linda Farine

Waukesha Acad of Health

Secondary

OUTSTANDING HOSA CHAPTERS

Secondary Chapters

Earnest Pruett Center of Technology

AL

Tuckerman High School

AR

Quitman High School

AR

Greenway High School

AZ

Central Arizona Valley Institute of Technology

AZ

Palmdale High School

CA

Bollman Technical Education

CO

Park Vista Community High School

FL

Cypress Bay High School

FL

Colquitt County High School

GA

Harris County High School

GA

Maquoketa High School

IA

Roland Story High School

IA

Hoosier Hills Career Center

IN

Harrison County ATC

KY

Tri-County Tech

ME

Pontotoc Ridge Career and Technology Center

MS

Gulfport High Technology Center

MS

A.P. Fatheree Vo-Tech

MS

Richmond Senior High

NC

Forbush High School

NC

Southern Alamance High School

NC

Ledford High School

NC

Smithfield-Selma High School

NC

Meyers Park High School

NC

J.F. Webb High School

NC

Passaic County Tech

NJ

Red River Tech Center

OK

Green Country Technology Center

OK

Berks CTC-West-Sunrise

PA

Berks CTC-West-Sunset

PA

Reading-Muhlenberg CTC-Freedom

PA

Thunderbolt Career and Technology Center

SC

Academy for Technology

SC

Loudon High

TN

Bradley Central High School

TN

Manistique Satellite Center

MI

Crockett County High School

TN

J.B. Alexander Magnet

TX

Glen Rose High School

TX

The Academy of Irving

TX

Friendswood High School

TX

Boerne High School

TX

Mission High School

TX

Jimmy Carter High School

TX

Judson Senior High School

TX

Port Naches Groves High School

TX

Duncanville High School

TX

Judson Sr High School

TX

Northridge High School

UT

Brooke Point High School

VA

Franklin City High School

VA

Washington Park High School

WI

Post Secondary Chapter

Caddo Kiowa VTC

OK

The following students participated in the NATIONAL RECOGNITION PROGRAM:

State

Name

AZ

Allison Morrow

CA

Deborah Akinsilo

CA

Peter Aziz

CA

Jordan Cisneros

CA

Rofel Eleazar

CA

Jose Figueroa

CA

Heath Garren

CA

Denis Gonzalez

CA

Stephanie Guiterrez

CA

Jacob Hefter

CA

Jaclyn Jardon

CA

Evelyn Lahip

CA

Lourdes Medrano

CA

Paulette Pelayo

CA

Maddeline Rodas

FL

Andres Conde

FL

Lucinda Lowe

FL

Tristan Montaque

FL

Audrey Stewart

HI

Ailea Apana

HI

Franalyn Galiza

HI

Ruel Reyes

IL

Allison Cool

IL

Jill Grieff

IL

Katie LaBorence

IL

Melissa Mantia

IL

Laura Schaffer

IL

Samantha Thacker

IN

Beth Granderson

IN

Tabitha Lowry

IN

Chris Moody

IN

Paula Moschner

IN

Sabrina Smith

IN

Kelsey Weber

MS

Amanda Cordray

MS

Hanh Duong

MS

Emma Hamilton

NH

Hannah Greenlaw

NH

Danielle Kiedaisch

NH

Natalie Kublbeck

NH

Courtney Morgan

NC

Brandon Beasley

NC

Shania Felton

NC

Jasmine Rodriguez

NC

Amber Sapp

NC

Britany Stanley

NC

Rachel Vogler

OK

Kristina Cole

OK

Amanda Radebaugh

OK

Lisa Sexton

PA

Silena Michel

TN

Rachel M. Brown

TN

Joshua Burse

TN

Sam Curtis

TN

Cornesha Edwards

TN

Ashley Ellis

TN

Amber Futtrell

TN

Amber Green

TN

Jamhz Jackson

TN

Alexandria Jones

TN

Meghan LaFevor

TN

Rachel Lewis

TN

Bradley Maldonado

TN

Colby Napper

TN

Michelle Neal

TN

J.D. Smith

TN

Kimberly Smith

TN

Ellice Soto

TN

Felando Warr

TN

Jordon Wells

TX

Cory Alcott

TX

Alessandra Cannon

TX

Nallely Castillo

TX

Brianna Cisneros

TX

Crystal Crumrine

TX

Sara Durkin

TX

Mayra Escobedo

TX

Lacie Feller

TX

Lily Fox

TX

Astrid Garcia

TX

Stephanie Gilbreath

TX

Aileen Hernandez

TX

Pamela Johnson

TX

Adithya Joolukunto

TX

Erick Juarez

TX

Stephanie Light

TX

Claudia Limas

TX

Kevin Meyers

TX

Tania Moreno

TX

Ali Priest

TX

Stephanie Ramirez

TX

Kenneth Ramirez

TX

Denisse Ramirez

TX

Amanda Sanders

TX

Ashley Stenger

TX

Ruby Tovar

UT

Edward Kimber

VA

Laura Eckard

VA

Matthew McClafferty

VA

Alexandra Norris

VA

Elizabeth Osborne

VA

Amber Tate

VA

Cassandra Washington

NATIONAL SERVICE PROJECT
Jennifer Smith from Autism Speaks, HOSA’s 2006-2008 National Service Project, presented the awards to the associations and chapters that performed “above and beyond” in financial donations or volunteer service to Autism Speaks.

The state president from North Carolina,   Claire Lucas, joined Ms. Smith and the National Officers on stage as North Carolina was recognized for making the top financial contribution to Autism Speaks, which was more than $19,000.

HOSA’s largest single chapter contribution was more than $11,000 from Eastern Suffolk Long Island-BOCES in New York.

The following chapters received an award of recognition for either raising funds of $100 or volunteering a minimum of 100 hours for HOSA’s National Service Project:

State

School

Volunteer Hours

Amount Donated

AL

Russell County High School

208

$16.00

CA

Encina Preparatory High School

$200.00

CA

Ygnacio Valley High School

$203.10

GA

Rabun County High School

$212.00

KY

Hancock County High School

$300.00

NY

Genesee Valley BOCES – 17123

$100.00

NY

Genesee Valley BOCES – 17115

$100.00

NC

Douglas Byrd High School

25

$225.00

NC

J.H. Rose High School

50

$100.00

NC

South Central High School

$361.40

OK

Frances Tuttle Technology Center

$100.00

OK

Kiamichi Technology Center – Stigler

100

$217.51

OK

Mid-America Technology Center

$350.00

OK

Northwest Technology Center

38

$220.36

SC

Aiken County Career and Technology Center

$100.00

SC

Applied Technology Education Campus

2

$125.00

SC

Batesburg Leesville High

10

$93.00

SC

Cope Area Career Center

10

$250.00

SC

Dorchester County Career and Tech Center

$150.00

SC

Floyd Johnson Technology Center

$176.00

SC

Gilbert High School

$200.00

SC

Lexington Technology Center

$369.50

SC

Lower Richland High School

$100.00

SC

Marion County TEC

10

$250.00

SC

Ridge View High School

$350.00

TN

Benton Co Career and Tech Center

$305.65

TN

Bradley Central High School

$100.00

TN

Dresden High School

$100.00

TN

Union County High School

$210.00

TN

Westview High School

$100.00

VA

E.C. Glass High

$100.00

VA

Martinsville High School

$100.00

VA

Smyth Career and Technology Center

$250.00

WV

Fayette Institute of Technology

$100.00

WI

Oak Creek High School

$246.77

WI

Waukesha Academy of Health Professions

$100.00

The following chapters received an award of merit for either raising funds of $500 or volunteering a minimum of 500 hours for HOSA’s National Service Project:

State

School

Volunteer Hours

Amount Donated

CA

Health Professions High School

$510.00

CA

Palmdale High School

$500.00

FL

Boca Ciega High School

10

$520.00

FL

Jupiter High School

200

$2,640.00

GA

Hiram High School

$830.00

IN

Hoosier Hills Career Center

$775.00

IN

Southern Indiana Career and Tech

165

$2,709.00

KS

Pittsburg High School

$1,100.00

MD

Harford Technical High School

$700.00

NV

Rancho High School Medical Magnet Acad.

$1,630.00

NC

Berry Academy of Technology

65

$1,602.08

NC

David W. Butler High School

521

$5,457.51

NC

E.E. Smith High School

130

$642.00

NC

Forbush High School

12

$503.50

NC

Jay M. Robinson High School

188

$2,540.33

NC

Plymouth High School

$656.00

NC

Providence High School

20

$705.02

NC

Smithfield-Selma High School

40

$1,810.00

NC

Topsail High School

$3,852.42

NC

UNC – Greensboro

120

$500.00

NC

Westover High School

300

$1,731.46

NH

Pinkerton Academy

132

$1,250.00

NH

New Hampshire HOSA

$3,262.00

OH

Miami Valley Career Technology Center

0

$3,600.00

OK

High Plains Technology Center

555

$500.00

OK

Yukon High School

200

$1,000.00

OR

Roseburg High School

35

$500.00

SC

Academy for Technology and Academics

$567.00

SC

Barnwell County Career Center

$500.00

SC

RD Anderson Applied Technology Center

144

$1,000.00

SC

Spring Valley High School

$788.00

SC

White Knoll High School

6

$750.00

TN

Crockett County High School

650

$2,150.00

TX

Boerne High School

$755.96

TX

Holland Medical High School

10

$912.34

UT

Fremont High School

2

$570.00

VA

Brooke Point High

$500.00

VA

Greene County Technical Education Center

100

$405.00

VA

Franklin City High School

 

$1,745.00

WV

James Rumsey Technical Institute

200

$600.00

HOSA is thankful for all those chapters and individuals who participated in the National Service Project!

MOST ENTHUSIASTIC STATE ASSOCIATION

California HOSA was recognized for showing the most enthusiasm at this year’s NLC. Congratulations!

MOST PROFESSIONAL STATE

This year, National HOSA recognized the state that most exemplified the most professional state association. The Most Professional State at this year’s NLC was Oklahoma HOSA. Congratulations!

LARGEST STATE DELEGATION

Texas, with a record 512 members and guests in attendance, was recognized for having the Largest State Delegation at this year’s NLC. Congratulations!

KAISER PERMANENTE HEALTHCARE ISSUES EXAM
Kaiser Permanente sponsors HOSA’s National Health Care Issues Exam. This year, Kaiser Permanente donated $1000 per division to those with the highest scores on the health care issues exam.

Mastery Level – Postsecondary/Collegiate Division:

State

Name

CA

Rachel Kuchera

MA

William Bernard Reid-Varley

OK

Emmanuel Attah

OK

Traci Coberly

OK

Alfonza Lewis

OK

Lisa Yearout

SC

Steven Holmes

UT

Linda Poulsen

The first place postsecondary/collegiate winner receiving the $1,000 scholarship is William-Bernard Reid-Varley from Massachusetts. Congratulations William-Bernard!

Mastery Level – Secondary Division:

State

Name

AZ

Amy Zou

AZ

Daniel Hernandez

MI

Abe Bargoutny

OH

Christine Garner

OK

Summer Davis

OR

Tanaira Jelley

UT

Megan Asay

SC

Jenna Lyons

TN

Jill Strating

TX

Alejandra Estrella

TX

Katrina Guzman

TX

Amelia Hernandez

TX

Vinita Israni

TX

Malcolm Ladines

TX

Megan Lebow

TX

Matthew Lee

TX

Kendra Naranjo

TX

Ify Okonkwo

TX

Priya Patel

TX

Elham Rahimy

TX

Jody Serrano

TX

Katrina Troppy

TX

Jonathon Vo

TX

Anna Ybarra

VA

Leslie Englert

WI

Jon Allan

WI

Jenny Ditter

WI

Kathleen Keouah

WI

Grace Kruger

The first place secondary winner receiving the $1,000 scholarship is Elham Rahimy from Texas. Congratulations Elham!

NATIONAL HOSA WEEK
The following chapters were recognized for participating in National HOSA Week from November 4-10, 2007. Chapters promote HOSA through community service, knowledge fairs, guest lectures and other healthcare related activities during HOSA Week.

State

School

Level

FL

Cypress Bay High School

SS

FL

Jupiter High School

SS

FL

Park Vista High School

SS

FL

Pensacola Catholic High School

SS

FL

Pensacola Junior College

PSC

GA

Hiram High School

SS

KY

Breckinridge County ATC

SS

MS

Gulfport High School

SS

MS

Lamar County Center for Technical Ed.

SS

MT

Flathead High School

SS

NC

Career Center WSFCS

SS

NC

Madison High School

SS

NC

North Mecklenburg H. S.

SS

NC

Rosewood High School

SS

NC

South Central High School

SS

NC

South View High School

SS

NC

Southern Alamance High School

SS

NC

Topsail High School

SS

NC

UNCG

PSC

OK

Kiamichi Technology Center

PSC

PA

Berks CTC West Campus

SS

TN

Cumberland County High School

SS

TN

Decatur Co Riverside High School

SS

TN

Dresden High School

SS

TN

East High School

SS

TN

Jefferson County High School

SS

TN

Westview High School

SS

TX

Vines High School

SS

TX

Holland Medical High School

SS

TX

J.B. Alexander HS for Health and Science

SS

TX

Jimmy Carter High School

SS

TX

Judson Senior High School – Seale

SS

TX

Judson Senior High School – Zalaznick

SS

UT

Roy High School

SS

VA

Brooke Point High School

SS

VA

Green County Technical Education Center

SS

VA

Martinsville High School

SS

VA

Smyth Career and Tech Center

PSC

VA

Wise County Career-Technical Center

SS

WI

Waukesha Academy of Health Professions

SS

WV

James Rumsey Technical Institute

SS

HOSA encourages each chapter to participate in the 2008 HOSA Week, which will be held the week of November 2-8, 2008.

CHAPTER NEWSLETTER
In order to increase the visibility of HOSA to potential healthcare students, associations and healthcare corporations, HOSA chapters are encouraged to develop newsletters. The Chapter Newsletters submitted for recognition included:

State

School

AL

Escambia County High School

AZ

CAVIT HOSA Pulse

AZ

Central Arizona Valley Institute of Technology

CO

Pikes Peak Community College

CT

East Haven High School

FL

A. Philip Randolph Academies

FL

Boca Ciega High School

FL

Coral Glades High School

FL

Jupiter High School

FL

North Miami Senior High School

FL

Pensacola Catholic High School

FL

Pensacola Junior College

FL

Robert Morgan Educational Center

FL

Simmons Career Center

FL

St. Lucie West Centennial High School

GA

Westlake High School

ID

Bonneville High School

ID

Eastern Idaho Professional Technical High School

IN

Ebbertt Education Center

IN

New Castle Area Career Program

KY

Hancock County High School

KY

Harrison Co ATC

KY

Martin County Area Technology Center

ME

Tri County Technical Center

MI

Bay Arenac ISD Career Center

MS

North Forrest High School

NJ

Passaic County Technical Institute

NJ

Salem County Vocational Technical Schools

NY

Genesee Valley BOCES – 17123

NY

Genesee Valley BOCES – 17115

NC

Atkins School of Biotechnology

NC

Forbush High School

NC

Smithfield-Selma High School

NC

South View High School

NC

UNC – Greenboro

OK

Indian Capital Technology Center

OK

Kiamichi Technology Center – McAlester

OK

Kiamichi Technology Center – Stigler

PA

Reading Muhlenberg CTC

SC

Academy for Technology and Academics

SC

Aiken County Career and Technology Center

SC

Applied Technology Education Campus

SC

James Island Charter High School

TN

David Crockett High School

TN

Obion County Central High School

TN

Richland High School

TX

J.B. Alexander

TX

Jimmy Carter High School

TX

Judson Senior High School

TX

La Joya High School

TX

Los Fresnos High School

TX

Mission High School – Villarreal

TX

Mission High School – Rivera

TX

Nikki Rowe High School

TX

The Academy of Irving ISD

TX

United South High School

UT

Fremont High School

UT

JATC WJ – Hardman

UT

Jordan Applied Technology WJ - Larson

UT

Jordan Applied Technology Center

VA

Martinsville High School

WV

Fayette Institute of Technology, School of Practical Nursing

WI

Oak Creek High School


The newsletters recognized with a Certificate of Excellence for earning a rating of 80% or higher were:

Alabama

Janet McCaster - Escambia County High School

Connecticut

Christina Notarino - East Haven High School

Florida

Catherine Barrios - Jupiter High School
Tiffanie Graham - Boca Ciega High School
Zachary Hastings - Pensacola Junior College
Idarleen Figueroa - Robert Morgan Education Center
Destiny Fleming - Simmons Career Center
Sara Sapp - Saint Lucie West Centennial High School
Kelsey Dehlinger - Coral Glades High School

Kentucky

Jackie Smith - Martin County Area Technology Center
Jen Linn - Hancock County High School 

North Carolina  

Brandon Beasley - Smithfield-Selma High School
Carmen Durham - Atkins School of Biotechnology
Lauren Williams - Forbush High School

Oklahoma

Brittney Wilson - Indian Capital Technology Center - Stillwell

Pennsylvania 

Silena Michel - Reading Muhlenberg CTC

Tennessee 

Danny Hannaman - Obion County Central High School
Cody Shell - David Crockett High School

Texas

Dulce Rivera - Mission High School
Alex Villarreal - Mission High School
Damaris Zuniga - Los Fresnos High School
Leticia Ramos - United South High School
Laura Salyer - Judson Senior High School

West Virginia

Angie Harper, Editor - Fayette Institute of Technology, School of PN

Wisconsin

Cindy Kim, Editor - Oak Creek High School

Congratulations!

National HOSA 2008

Barbara James Service Award

President’s Volunteer Service Award

The HOSA members listed are recognized as winners of the Barbara James Service Award for outstanding service to the citizens of their local communities.

In addition, HOSA members with extensive community services hours received the President’s Volunteer Service Award in addition to the Barbara James Service Award.

HOSA members contributed 18,058 hours of volunteer service to others and documented their service in the Barbara James Recognition Event. 

* 100 – 174 hours - Bronze Level
** 175 – 249 hours - Silver Level
*** 250 or more hours - Gold Level  

Alabama   Tiffany Patterson
Arizona   Loren Stringer *
Diane Wasley *
Pamela Williams ***
Joseph Castillo ***
Madicella Anaya ***
Patricia Adilen Rios
California   Maribel Hermosillo ***
Florida   Khemdai Budhu
Georgia   Ashley Williams *
Aarick Zaman *
Kaithlin Wilkinson
Hawaii

  Ailea Apana *
Allyson Fukuyama *
Jaimee Sambrano *
Roger Shiu *
Idaho   Kimberly Morris *
Moriah Pelleron *
Brandon Ibarra **
Claudia Luna **
Illinois   Sarah Clark
Kentucky   Kayla Demmons *
Suzzanne Conover
Missouri   Anna Maupin *
Whitney Thomas
Mississippi   Ariale Walters *
Kayla Walters *
North Carolina   Christian Matthew Baker *
Amnazo Christel Muhirwa **
Arcena S. Todd *
Rebecca Joyce Cook ***
Alanna Propst ***
Linsey Ardis ***
Kathryn Cook ***
Sarah Kaitlyn Piper ***
Ashley Westbrook *
New Hampshire   Leigh-Ann Albanese *
New York   Alesha Amend **
Lindsay Wellspeak ***
Ashley Adrian *
Sierra Greggs ***
Georgina Berry ***
Taynia Dye ***
Ashley Graham Perel *
Ohio

  Morgan Deer
Amanda Lynn Gill
Allison Horseman *
Ashley Horsley
Amanda Mueller
Jazmyne Norwood
Amber Schwartz *
Lauren Shelton *
Randi Straw *
Oregon   Tanaira Jelley *
South Carolina

  Michael Brode ***
Ravyn Hall **
MaKelle Chaplin
Cindy Kibler
Vince Vandette
Brittney Morgan *
Chardae Anderson *
Carmen Grace Geiger ***
Kaci Turner ***
Tabitha Owings *
Tennessee   Shelby Miller ***
Pooja Jagadish *
DaMarius Person **
Texas   Pamela Johnson ***
Stephanie Light *
Asmani Patel **
Adrienne Anderson *
Jonathan Vo ***
Stephanie Mathew  
Savannah Montemayor *
Ana Karen Alanis *
Diane Ocanas *
Saakshi Chowdhary
Kourosh Zakeri***    
Sree Yarlagadda *
Utah   Misty Bell ***
Virginia    Mandi Edwards
Emily Vann
Patricia Morriss ***
Ashley Kaplinger ***
West Virginia   KC Barrett ***
Heather Sheppard *
Wisconsin     Dhruv Mahtta *

NOMINATING COMMITTEE
The Nominating Committee was then recognized at the session. The Nominating Committee is responsible for interviewing and selecting the candidates to serve on the 2008-2009 National Executive Council, and we thank them for their service to the organization.

Secondary Representatives
Daniel Abbott (UT)
Jon Linn (KY)

Postsecondary/Collegiate Representatives
Al Dorsey (MI)
Zachary Sanders (AZ)

Adult Representatives
Nancy Allen (SC)
Wanda Potts (OK)

Executive Council Members
Luis Baez (TX)
Lorin Moton (TX)
Whitney O’Neal (TN)
Jennifer Roesch (FL)
Allen Stephens (NC)

2008-2009 NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Following recognition of the Nominating Committee, the 2008-2009 National Executive Council was announced.

Postsecondary/Collegiate Vice-President: Andrew McLaurin (FL)

Region I Vice-President: Anthony Barnett (TX)

Region II Vice-President: Jonathan Campbell (AL)

Region III Vice-President: Seiichi Villolona (NJ)

Postsecondary/Collegiate Board Representative: Jan Rodriguez (FL)

Secondary Board Representative: Miguel Doreteo (FL)

President-Elect: Michael Brode (SC)

President: Luis Baez (TX)

Congratulations to the newly elected 2008-2009 HOSA National Executive Council! They have an exciting year ahead of them and will surely represent HOSA to the best of their ability.

HOSA congratulates all members and advisors recognized at this year’s National Recognition Session. Keep up the good work!

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