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Orlando, FL
June 20 -23, 2007

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Friday, June 22, 2007

The third day of HOSA’s 30th 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 Orlando World Center Marriott:

 

Job Seeking Skills

Interviewing Skills

Community Awareness

Health Education

CPR/First Aid

Biomedical Debate

Extemporaneous Speaking

Knowledge Tests

Speaking Skills

Prepared Speaking

Clinical Specialty

Dental Spelling
HOSA Bowl

HOSA is very appreciative of Poinciana High School and Valencia Community College for hosting skills event competitors in Nursing Assisting, Dental Assisting, Medical Laboratory Assisting and Physical Therapy.

 

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 “The Medicinal Use of Laughter,” “The ABC’s of Being a High School Athletic Training Student Aid” 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 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Friday morning. 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

AL

Mary Virginia Hall

Peter J. Kirksey Career Center

AZ

Cathy Monroe 

Sunnyside High School

CA

Dianna Anderson

E. Bakersfield High School

CA

Donna Breed

North Orange County ROP

CO

Alana Scott

Pickens Technical College

FL

Chrissy Fields

Jupiter High School

HI

Candace Chun

Miliani High School

IA

Julie Babbit 

S.W.I.S. Career Vision Academy

ID

Joanne Clovis

Bosie School District

IL

Karen Calligaris 

Grundy AVC

IN

Lori Stapleton 

Hoosier Hills Career Center

KS

Melody Robinson 

Wichita West High School

KS

Denice Klassen

Wichita Area Technical Center

KY

Tammy Wright

Louisville Central Magnet Academy

KY

Kim Nealis 

Maysville Community and Technical College

MD

Joan Coffman 

Harford Technical High School

ME

Karla Gordon 

Bath Regional Vocational Center

MI

Dawn Stewart 

Oakland Technical Center - SW

MN

Sandra Warp

Duluth Secondary Tech. Center

MS

Martha Stokes

Philadelphia-Neshoba Vocational Center

MS

Sandra Thomas

Meridian Community College

NC

Lynne Ingle

Hopewell High School

NE

John Hubert

Midlands HOSA/Papillion-LaVista

NH

Janine Parent

Salem High School

NJ

Johanna Herman

Salem County Vo-Tech Schools

NJ

Gina DeMaio

Atlantic County Institute of Technology

NY

Bonny Shelby

Genesee Valley BOCES

NY

Donna Bellamare 

Questar III BOCES

OH

Bob Bundy

Clay High School

OK

Heather Fenton

Kiamichi Technology Center McAlester

OK

Pamela Adamson

Kiamichi Technology Center Hugo

PA

Debra Kirchhof-Glazier

Juniata College

PR

Wilson Sanchez Bonilla

Puerto Rico

PR

Ruth Rivera Rodriquez

Puerto Rico

SC

Virginia Bishop

Lexington Technology Center

SC

Doris Gainey

Applied Technology Campus

TN

Cheryl Wooten

Stewart County High School

TX

Deanna Harville

Frenship High School

UT

Garth McFarland

West High School

UT

Mindy Tulane

DATC

VA

Susan Baitis

Brooke Point High School

VA

Margie Farmer

Richmond Technical Center

VT

Julie Ware

Hartford School of Technology

WI

Jane Leto

West Allis Central

WV

Cynthia Sundstrom 

Fayette Institute of Technology

The following students participated in the NATIONAL RECOGNITION PROGRAM:

State

Name

School

AZ

Erik Gutierrez

Central Arizona Vocational Institute of Technology

CA

Hazel Alvarenga

Palmdale High School

CA

Wendi Routhier

Palmdale High School

FL

Beryl Colbert

Boca Ciega High School

FL

Jenna Watson

Columbia High School

FL

Katelyn Aiello

Coral Reef Senior High School

FL

Melissa Gonzalez

Coral Reef Senior High School

FL

Sarah Martinez

Coral Reef Senior High School

FL

Roshan Nagarsheth

Jupiter High School

IN

Ryan Pierce

Southern Indiana Career & Technical Center

IN

Jennifer Michel

Southern Indiana Career & Technical Center

IN

Kelli Hatcher

Southern Indiana Career & Technical Center

KY

Heather Williams

Harrison County ATC

MS

Kristin Lamb

Gulfport High School

MS

Simon Nichols

Gulfport High School

MS

Lauren Anderson

Gulfport High School

NC

Allen Stephens

Smoky Mountain High School

NH

Kate DiNapoli

Concord School of Technology

NJ

Kristen Ernst

Bridgeton High School

OK

Rosa Comstock

Kiamichi Technology Center

OK

Billy Carlton

Kiamichi Technology Center

OK

Audra Emberson

Kiamichi Technology Center

OK

Trixie Duncan

Northeast Technology Center

OK

Keri Couch

Northeast Technology Center

OK

Calvin Gwartney

Northeast Technology Center

OK

Jason Kersey

Northeast Technology Center

OK

Amanda Seabolt

Northeast Technology Center

OK

Amber Carter

Oklahoma Northwest AVTS

PA

Yolanda Rodriguez

Reading-Muhlenberg AVTS

TN

Inna Krivolapova

Bradley Central High School

TN

Kim Smith

Bradley Central High School

TN

Sarah-Taylor Argo

Crockett County High School

TN

Will Golliver

Crockett County High School

TN

Aaron Bishop

David Crockett High School

TN

Sabrina Guinn

David Crockett High School

TN

Kristy Moore

David Crockett High School

TN

Amanda Stanley

David Crockett High School

TN

Zachary Wilson

David Crockett High School

TN

Michelle Neal

East High School

TN

Detricia Peeples

East High School

TN

Courtney Richardson

East High School

TN

Ladarrius Spencer

East High School

TN

Chatuan Winfrey

East High School

TN

Meredith Dunn

Gibson County High School

TN

Meredith Murray

Gibson County High School

TN

Erica Porter

Giles County High School

TN

Joshua Burse

Hamilton High School

TN

Brittany Fowler

Hamilton High School

TN

Corey Jones

Hamilton High School

TN

Felizita Little

Hamilton High School

TN

Chelsey Triplett

Hamilton High School

TN

Freddie Williams

Houston High School

TN

Chad Sisk

Richland High School

TN

Cody Coulter

Stewart County

TN

Trent Wooten

Stewart County

TX

Shingmei Chang

Arlington High School

TX

Amarette Edmonson

Boerne High School

TX

Stephanie Moreno

Boerne High School

TX

Annie Poppel

Copperas Cove High School

TX

Jena DiSimoni

Copperas Cover High School

TX

Evelia Sosa

James Pace High School

TX

Rosa Villarreal

James Pace High School

TX

Frank Barrera

James Pace High School

TX

German Juarez

James Pace High School

TX

Ernesto Gonzalez

James Pace High School

TX

Milida Vargas

James Pace High School

TX

Cecily Schneider

Judson Senior High School

TX

Norma Mata

La Joya Senior High School

TX

Selena Martinez

Los Fresnos High School

TX

Fatima Garcia

Morton Ranch High School

TX

Ariel Alonso

Rivera High School

TX

Stephanie Alanis

Rivera High School

TX

Jose Sanchez

Rivera High School

TX

Emily Fravel

Tomball High School

TX

Lauren Mandola

Tomball High School

TX

Julpa Dave

UT Arlington

TX

Mahmuda Fartha

UT Arlington

VA

Laura LaPerle

Brooke Point High School

VA

Tanye Renee Martin

Martinsville High School

VA

Alondra Rangel

Massanutten Technical Center

VA

Brittany Palmer

Massanutten Technical Center

WV

Domenica Mancuso

Preston High School

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 , Allen Stephens, 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 $20,000.

 

HOSA’s largest single chapter contribution was more than $2,000 from David W. Butler High School in North Carolina .

 

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

CA

Ygnacio Valley High School

391

CA

Mt. San Antonio College

385

CA

Smoky Mountain High School

152

IL

West Aurora High School

150

MN

Wright Tech Center

100

MN

Duluth Secondary Technical Center

24

350

NE

Ralston & Papillion/Midlands HOSA

360

NH

Gallen Career & Technical Center

418

NH

Region #9 Vocational Technical Center

173

NY

Genesee Valley BOCES #17115

200

NY

Genesee Valley BOCES #17123

200

NC

Smoky Mountain High School

152

OK

Indian Capital Tech Center Sallisaw

265

OK

Kiamichi Tech Center McAlester

22

300

OK

Frances Tuttle Technology Center

4

100

PA

Berks Career and Technology Center West

30

150

SC

RD Anderson ATC

105

SC

Marion County TEC

46

180

SC

Lexington Technology Center

337.50

SC

Applied Technology Education Campus

200

SC

Spring Valley High School

100

TN

Bradley Central High School

250

TN

Houston High – Germantown

150

TN

Dresden High School

100

TN

East High

100

VA

Greene County Tech Ed Center

10

422

VA

E.C. Glass High School

4

100

VA

Martinsville High School

100

VA

Franklin County High School

200

VA

Smyth Career and Technology Center

200

WI

Oak Creek High School

400

WV

Fayette Institute of Technology - Sundstrom

100

WV

Boone Career & Technical Center

100

WV

Fayette Institute of Technology – Shumaker

150

WV

Fayette Institute of Technology – Petitt

150

WV

McDowell County Career & Technical Center

100

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

$$ Donated

AR

Quitman High School

2792.23

AR

Conway High School West

500

FL

Simmons Career Center

503.44

IN

Hoosier Hills Career Center

500

IN

Southern Indiana Career & Technical Center

750

2000

MI

Bay Arenac ISD Career Center

88

1123.90

MS

AP Fatheree

260

2000

NC

Plymouth High School

15

500

NC

Berry Academy

3

2617.56

NC

David W. Butler High School

23

4698.06

NC

Highland School of Technology

389

861.73

NC

Hopewell High School

60

3854

NC

Providence High School

717.55

NC

University of North Carolina Greensboro

322

500

NC

Smithfield-Selma High School

40

707

NC

Southern Alamance High School

330

295

NH

Gallen Career & Technical Center

100

418

NH

Pinkerton Academy

51

1300

NJ

Orange High School

630

1300

OK

Tulsa Technology Center

822.13

OK

Northwest Technology Center

29

724

OR

Roseburg High School

35

500

PA

Center for Arts & Technology – Pickering

105

849

PA

Carrick High School

100

1736

PA

St. Marys Area High School

1140.25

SC

White Knoll High School

1000

SC

Gilbert High School

510

TN

Siegel High School

1122

TN

Union County High School

507.50

TN

Bolton High School

16

550.50

TN

Ravenwood High School

500

TX

Boerne High School

762.77

TX

Duncanville High School

361

480

TX

Plano Senior High School

1600

VA

Brooke Point High School

4

500

VA

Franklin City High School

20

4002

WI

William Horlick High School

150

500

WV

James Rumsey Technical Institute

1020

516

WV

Preston High School

225

300

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

MOST ENTHUSIASTIC STATE ASSOCIATION

Hawaii 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 Colorado HOSA. Congratulations!

LARGEST STATE DELEGATION

Texas , with a record 472 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

Randy Luttrell

CA

Susan Ruan

CA

Tai Tang

MA

William-Bernard Reid-Varley

OK

Mackenzie Enright

OK

April McCoy

OK

Lu Stephens

SC

Teresa Russ

WV

Michelle Barnett

WV

Deborah Phelps

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

Cameron Crane

AZ

Marissa Keane

AZ

Amy Kijewski

AZ

Erin Reiman

CA

Jonathan Quach

CA

Lisa Teixeira

CA

Stefanie Yoshizuka

ID

Tucker Logan

IN

Tabitha Lowry

NC

Ehren Dancy

NC

Binh Ly

NJ

Katrina Bandeli

NJ

Ehsanur Meah

OK

Bianca Myers

PA

Sarah Park

SC

Scott Johnson

TN

Oren Livingston

TX

Asif Ansari

TX

Carissa Braun

TX

Jillian Catral

TX

Marissa LaMoure

TX

Norwin Mascarenhas

TX

Kate Mozynski

TX

Kendra Naranju

TX

Tam Nguyen

TX

Trang Nguyen

TX

Priya Patel

TX

Bradley Pierce

TX

Luba Polyak

TX

Ali Priest

TX

Erin Purser

TX

Radhika Sakalkale

TX

Ravi Sunkara

TX

Haleigh Svoboda

WI

Kayla Blado

WI

Neil Sharma

WV

Autumn Fraley

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

NATIONAL HOSA WEEK

The following chapters were recognized for participating in National HOSA Week from November 5-11, 2006. Chapters promote HOSA through community service, knowledge fairs, guest lectures and other healthcare related activities during HOSA Week.

State

School

Level

AR

Conway Area Career Center

SS

AR

Quitman High School

SS

AR

Tuckerman High School

SS

AZ

Central Arizona Valley Institute of Technology

SS

FL

Jupiter High School

SS

FL

Plantation High School

SS

FL

Pensacola Catholic High School

SS

FL

Pensacola Junior College

PSC

ID

Meridian Medical Arts Charter High School

SS

IN

Southern Indiana Career and Technical Center

SS

MI

Bay-Arenac ISD Health Technology

SS

MS

South Pike Career and Technical Center

SS

MS

Gulfport High School

SS

MS

Perry County Vocational Technical Center

SS

MS

Forrest County Agricultural High School

SS

NC

North Mecklenburg High School

SS

NC

Polk County High School

SS

NC

Southern Alamance High School

SS

NC

South View High School

SS

NC

Smoky Mountain High School

SS

NC

UNC Greensboro

PSC

NC

Mitchell High School

SS

NC

Hopewell High School

SS

NY

Genesee Valley BOCES #17115

SS

NY

Genesee Valley BOCES #17123

SS

OK

Indian Capital Technology Center

SS

OK

Indian Capital Technology Center

PSC

TN

Cumberland County High School

SS

TN

Dresden High School

SS

TN

Jefferson County High School

SS

TN

Hamilton High School

SS

TX

Arlington High School

SS

TX

Judson Senior High School

SS

TX

North Garland High School

SS

TX

Brenham High School

SS

TX

J.B. Alexander

SS

TX

University of Texas at Arlington

PSC

TX

La Joya Senior High School

SS

TX

Plano Senior High School

SS

TX

Boerne High School

SS

TX

Duncanville High School

SS

TX

Judson High School

SS

TX

Abilene High School

SS

UT

Roy High School

SS

VA

Greensville County High School

SS

VA

Franklin City High School

SS

VA

Martinsville High School

SS

VA

Greene County Tech Ed Center

SS

VA

Brooke Point High School

SS

VA

Smyth Career and Tech Center

SS/PSC

WI

Oak Creek High School

SS

WV

James Rumsey Technical Institute

SS

HOSA encourages each chapter to participate in the 2007 HOSA Week, which will be held the week of November 4-10, 2007.

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

State

School

AZ

Central Arizona Valley Institute of Technology

CT

East Haven High School

FL

Boca Ciega High School

FL

Jupiter High School

FL

Palm Beach Lakes Community High School

FL

Pensacola Catholic High School

FL

Pensacola Junior College

FL

Philip Randolph Academies of Technology

GA

Colquitt County

IL

Grundy AVC

KY

Harrison County ATC

KY

Martin County Area Technology Center

MI

Bay-Arenac ISD Career Center

MS

Forrest County Agricultural High School

MS

Greene County Vo Tech

NC

David W. Butler High School

NC

Forbush High School

NC

Smithfield-Selma High School2

NC

Smoky Mountain High School

NC

UNC Greensboro

OK

Green Country Technology Center

OK

Indian Capital Technology Center 50736

OK

Indian Capital Technology Center Sallisaw

OK

Indian Capital Technology Center Stillwell

OK

KTC McAlester

TN

Decatur County Riverside High School

TX

Arlington High School

TX

Boerne High School

TX

Duncanville High School

TX

Jasper High School

TX

JB Alexander High School

TX

Judson High School

TX

Mission High School

TX

Plano East Senior High School 60055

TX

Plano East Senior High School 60273

TX

Plano Senior High School

TX

United South High School

VA

Chesterfield Technical Center

VA

Rockbridge County High School

WI

Oak Creek High School

WV

Fayette Institute of Technology

Congratulations!

OUTSTANDING HOSA CHAPTER

The Outstanding HOSA Chapter event encourages all HOSA chapters to plan a program of work in conjunction with the goals and purposes of HOSA and to encourage the development of local chapter activities to benefit the student, the local institution, and the community.

The Outstanding HOSA Chapter winners were:

State

School

Level

AR

Conway Career Center

SS

AR

Conway Senior High School

SS

AR

Quitman High School

SS

AR

Tuckerman High School

SS

AZ

Central Arizona Vocational Institute of Technology

SS

IA

Maquoketa High School

SS

IL

Grundy Area Vocational Center

SS

IN

Hoosier Hills Career Center

SS

KY

Harrison County ATC

SS

ME

Tri-County Tech

SS

MI

Bay-Arenac Career Center

SS

MS

A.P. Fatherree Vo Tech

SS

MS

Gulfport High Technology Center

SS

NC

David W. Butler High School

SS

NC

Forbush High School

SS

NC

Highland School of Technology

SS

NC

J.F. Webb High School

SS

NC

Myers Park High School

SS

NC

Smithfield-Selma High School

SS

NC

West Montgomery High

SS

NJ

Passaic County Tech

SS

OK

Kiamichi Tech - McAlester

PS

OK

Moore-Norman Tech Center

PS

OK

Green Country Technology Center

SS

OK

Red River Tech Center

SS

OR

Roseburg High School

SS

PA

Reading Muhlenberg Arts-Freedom

SS

SC

Marion Co. Tech Ed Center

PS

SC

Academy for Technology and Academics

SS

TN

Bradley Central High School

SS

TN

Hamilton High School

SS

TX

Boerne High School

SS

TX

Duncanville High School

SS

TX

Friendswood High School - Burdick

SS

TX

Friendswood High School - Scarpa

SS

TX

Leander High School

SS

TX

Port Neches Groves High School

SS

UT

Northridge High School

SS

VA

Brooke Point High School

SS

WI

Washington Park High School

SS

CONFERENCE THEME

The Voting Delegates chose the following theme to serve the 2008 National Leadership Conference:

Submitted by North Carolina HOSA, the theme is “Where Dreams are Made and Futures Begin.”

Becky Davis, chair of HOSA, Inc. Board of Directors, presented the 2006-2007 National Officers with plaques for serving on the National Executive Council. HOSA thanks them for their service to the organization!

BARBARA JAMES SERVICE AWARD

President’s Student Service Award Recipients

Millions of students volunteer every day improving communities and making America stronger. Launched in 1998, the President's Student Service Awards is an opportunity for schools, colleges and community organizations to reward and recognize young people for their outstanding community service and encourage more young people to serve.

In conjunction with the Barbara James Service Award recognition, HOSA has endorsed and encouraged involvement in the President’s Student Service Awards & Scholarship program. The individuals listed below have collectively volunteered over 6,338 hours to others and have earned both the HOSA Barbara James Service Award and the President’s Student Service Award.

 

GOLD

 

State

Name

Michigan

Stephanie Bowker

Michigan

Justin Watkins

Mississippi

Thomas Roney

North Carolina

Sarah Piper

Tennessee

Erica Porter

Virginia

Shaisha Ferguson

Virginia

Matthew Lyons

Virginia

Amanda O’Conner

West Virginia

Michael Haase

SILVER

 

State

Name

New Hampshire

Elizabeth Lavigne

South Carolina

Carmen Grace Geiger

Texas

Stephanie Light

Virginia

Courtney Migneault

BRONZE

 

State

Name

Idaho

Sara Knapp

Iowa

Chris German

Mississippi

Lauren Anderson

Mississippi

Kristin Lamb

North Carolina

Jessica Helms

Oklahoma

Kimberly Clift

Oklahoma

Megan Putze

Oklahoma

Beth Veach

South Carolina

Zachary Oswald

Texas

Shirali Dave

Texas

Mahmuda Farha

Texas

Ashley Hibbard

Texas

Sophia Pena

Texas

Ashlyn Wessels

Virginia

Maegan Evans

West Virginia

Ashley Bailey

West Virginia

Stephanie Bush

West Virginia

Janis Shaffer

Barbara James Volunteer Hours – 50 to 100 Hours 

The following HOSA members contributed 821 hours of volunteer service to others and documented their service in the Barbara James Service Award. These members attended this year’s NLC.

State

Name

Missouri

Rebecca Brucato

Oklahoma

Cynthia Elise Ault

Oregon

Tanaira Jelley

Texas

Shingmei Chang

Virginia

Tanya Renee Martin

Virginia

Johnny Scott

The following HOSA members did not attend this year’s NLC but contributed almost 11,060 hours of volunteer service to others.

State

Name

Alabama

Linda Fitzmaurice

Arizona

Michelle Wong

Florida

Jocelyn Covington

Hawaii

Ailea Apana

Indiana

Kristin Edmondson

Iowa

Jennifer Creps

Iowa

Valerie Creps

Iowa

Eunises Rodriguez

Mississippi

Brandon Legg

Mississippi

Jenny Ngo

North Carolina

Paul Kelly Nicholson Jr.

North Carolina

Allen Norman

North Carolina

Ariel Sheppard

North Carolina Samantha Hardy
North Carolina Cassie Harrington
North Carolina Haley Holden
North Carolina Nina Ridgely
North Carolina Dalanie Webb

New York

Ashley Adrian

Oklahoma

Zach Arbuckle

Oklahoma

Britny Perigo

Oklahoma

Kelisha Thomas

Oklahoma

Jennifer Wilson

Oregon

Nhi Vu

Oregon

Linh N. Duong

Texas

Tiffany Chen

Texas

Osama Hanif

Texas

Vanina Pydugada

Texas

Arun Rao

Texas

Daniel Sandoval

Utah

Breanna Judson

Utah

Sarah Swapp

Virginia

Carrie Carden

Virginia

Tiffany Eason

Virginia

Adriene Foster

Virginia

Genece Marie Perez

Virginia

Patricia Morris

Virginia

Samantha Smith

Virginia

Kenna Taylor

Virginia

Ashley Thomas

Virginia

Brittany Weight

Virginia

Natasha Wright

West Virginia

Samantha Strawser

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 2007-2008 National Executive Council, and we thank them for their service to the organization.

 

Secondary Representatives

Kelsey Bowling (IN)

Shana Martin (VA)

Postsecondary/Collegiate Representatives

Casie McCann (KY)

Patricia Whitt (WV)

Adult Representatives

Nancy Allen (SC)
Wanda Wolf (OK)

Executive Council Members

Heather Coggins (SC)
Landon Stoker (UT)
James Cartwright (TN)
Jenn Gilman (WV)

2007-2008 NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

Following recognition of the Nominating Committee, the 2007-2008 National Executive Council was announced.

 

Postsecondary/Collegiate Vice-President: Jennifer Roesch (FL)

Region I Vice-President: Lorin Moton (TX)

Region II Vice-President: Raelise Emard (FL)

Region III Vice-President: Allen Stephens (NC)

Postsecondary/Collegiate Board Representative: Jude Alcide (FL)

Secondary Board Representative: Whitney O’Neal (TN)

President-Elect: Luis Baez (TX)

President: Heather Coggins (SC)

Congratulations to the newly elected 2007-2008 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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