Melody Lindorf is a junior at Hidden Valley High School and is serving as the 2014-15 Oregon FBLA State President. She enjoys FBLA and is a third-year member in this amazing association. Melody was recognized as a Who’s Who in Oregon FBLA recipient and also qualified for the National Leadership Conference in the Job Interview competitive event.
While Melody is not entirely sure of her future plans, she knows she wants to stay in the beautiful state of Oregon.
Melody served as the 2013-14 Oregon FBLA State President and decided to run for the same position because of the amazing opportunity the members of Oregon FBLA gave her. She knows and appreciates how truly life-changing being an FBLA member is.
Tyler Snyder is your Blue Mountain Region Vice President. Tyler is a sophomore from Ontario High School and is looking forward to working with the OR FBLA members this year!
In his freshman year Tyler sought many options for extracurricular activities. He went to FFA, Japanese Club, High Schools against Cancer, and many more, but settled on one: FBLA. In his two years in FBLA Tyler has competed at the regional and state levels in Public Speaking, and competed at the national level in Introduction to Technology Concepts.
Outside of his work in FBLA, Tyler enjoys running cross country and playing golf for Ontario High School. He also enjoys summer camping trips with his family, spending time with his amazing friends, and much more. As your Blue Mountain Vice President, Tyler is excited for the year!
Maudey Vore is a sophomore at Northlake High School and is excited to serve as your 2014-2015 Cascade Region Vice President.
Maudey has been actively involved in FBLA for two years. She is currently serving as her chapter’s assistant vice president. Maudey placed second at the 2014 State Business Leadership Conference in the Impromptu Speaking competitive event. She was excited to attend the National Leadership Conference in Nashville. Maudey is also involved in many other clubs including FFA, 4-H, Varsity Volleyball, Varsity Softball, and Student Council. For FFA and 4-H Maudey raises pigs and within the next year plans to start her own breeding program.
Maudey wishes to attend Stanford University and major in government sciences. Her goal is to receive her doctorate degree and then move her way up through politics. Making a difference in some of the major issues in Oregon and America as a whole is what drives Maudey to success.
Ellie Graham is a junior at Centennial High School. She currently serves on the 2014-2015 State Officer team as the Mt. Hood Region Vice President.
Ellie has spent the last two years working hard in her chapter. Serving as chapter president as a sophomore, she was excited to begin looking for ways to further use her leadership skills. As a freshman, Ellie Graham had the honor of placing first in Business Plan along with her two partners. At the 2014 Oregon State Business Leadership Conference, she placed in two events, taking first in FBLA Principles and Procedures and second in her school’s American Enterprise project, which she chaired. At the conference she was also awarded all four levels of the Business Achievement Awards (BAAs).
She’s lived in Portland, Oregon, her entire life and has attended the Centennial Schools since the first grade. In her free time Ellie enjoys watching live music and taking her dogs for walks in her neighborhood. Ellie appreciates all the support from her parents, grandparents, adviser, and the rest of her family!
Your Northwest Territory Region Vice President is Tatiana Dyler, a sophomore at Tualatin High School. This is her first year being an active member of FBLA, and she couldn't be more excited to delve into the program.
Aside from FBLA ,Tatiana has her own business, “Bling Bling Accessories,” which is a line of vintage button rings that she sells at stores and trunk shows. She started this business in 2012 when her mother cut the cable and told her to be productive. After brainstorming for days, her business evolved. Not only does she love business, but she loves playing tennis. She has played for Tualatin High School’s tennis team for the past two years. She played doubles on JV her freshman year and is currently playing doubles on Varsity.
Tatiana enjoys hanging out with her family as well as friends in her free time. She is a very social person and loves the fact that she has friends from all around the country.
Alyssa Potts is a junior at Hidden Valley High School and serves as the Rogue-Umpqua Region Vice President. This is her first year in FBLA, and at SBLC she was lucky enough to place first in Management Information Systems, which is an up-and-coming event in FBLA. Alyssa was overjoyed to learn that she would be able to attend the National Leadership Conference.
She absolutely loves the state of Oregon, but what many people don’t know is that she has lived across the country. She was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, and moved to a little town called Troy in the state of New Hampshire when she turned three. When she was eight, her family moved to North Bend, Oregon, then left again when she was twelve to live in Colorado Springs. At thirteen her family moved back to Oregon, specifically Grants Pass, where she started her freshman year at Hidden Valley High School.
After Alyssa graduates from HV she plans to attend Brigham Young University – Idaho where she wants to either major in Business Management or Human Services. Her dream is to change the world and create a better tomorrow. FBLA has taught her the skills to follow her dream and to teach others to follow theirs.
Cameron Kropf, a sophomore at Silverton High School, is very proud and honored to serve as your Willamette Valley Region Vice President for the 2014-2015 year. He has been involved in FBLA since his freshman year and is very blessed to have joined this marvelous organization.
Cameron has helped his community by assisting in the local SACA Food Drive and has helped entertain elementary school students by reading books to them. He is an active pupil who participates in Cross Country, Concert Band, and Track and Field. He is known not for his Kendama hobby (a Japanese skill toy), but he’s known throughout his high school as being friendly, caring, and humble to students and staff. Cameron plans on attending Chemeketa Community College for two years, then transferring to a four-year university in Oregon.
Cameron is very excited to have a productive year with Oregon FBLA. His plans include forming a bond with other regions in the state and spreading the benefits of FBLA to schools that don’t have a chapter. Cameron is eager and prepared to serve as your Willamette Valley Region Vice President and looks forward to an unforgettable year with the members of Oregon FBLA.