Brandon Kertz – President
Brandon is a senior at Pleasant Valley High School. He has been actively involved in his culinary classes and FCCLA which have given him leadership skills and how to be a part of a team. He likes playing video games and hopes to have a Michelin Star Restaurant someday.
Zoey S. Miller – Vice President
Zoey is a junior at Pleasant Valley High School. Being involved in FCCLA in her Life Management and Culinary classes has helped her learn leadership skills such as being a good public speaker and great public skills working with her teacher Mrs Burns with catering. Some of her interests include: spending lots of time with family and friends, cooking and baking, and making crafts with the cricket. A fun fact about her is that she has 4 dogs and loves the tv series”Friends.” She wants to help Region 2 FCCLA increase members and possibly get a middle school so that kids can get involved earlier.
Jesse Gonzalez – Secretary
Jesse is a sophomore at Pleasant Valley High School and is excited to be serving FCCLA as Region 2 Secretary. Being involved in FCCLA has helped him learn leadership skills such as Communication and Collaboration. Some of his interests are: Soccer, Guitar, and Football. A goal of his is to get more people involved into FCCLA Region 2.
Zander L. Shutt - Treasurer
Savannah Birch – Historian
Courtney Eaton – Reporter
Courtney is a junior at Pleasant Valley High School, and this is her third year in FCCLA. She is honored to serve as Region 2’s Reporter for the 2020-2021 school year. She has competed in Professional Presentation twice, able to present topics she feels passionate about while improving her communication skills. FCCLA has helped her gain leadership and career skills she will surely use in her future as a radiologist.
In her free time, she loves writing her own books, drawing, sketching, reading manga, watching anime, and listening to music. She has been on her school’s cross-country and track & field teams for the past two years, and hopes she can continue to compete in the future. She hopes she can make this year in FCCLA the best it can possibly be!