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Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
2015-2016 Leadership Training Team
Scott DesLauriers is a junior attending South Dakota State University. He is majoring in
Secondary Education with content areas in Speech Communications, Mass
Communications, and Family and Consumer Sciences. His long-term goal is to found
a non-profit that develops charter schools in developing countries. Scott’s involvement
with FCCLA began in the eighth grade and his appreciation for the organization has
been continually deepened since. He interned at FCCLA National Headquarters as the
Leadership Development Intern in the summer of 2013. Outside of school and FCCLA,
Scott enjoys golfing, photography, spending time at the lake, and traveling. As a
member of the LTT, Scott is honored by the opportunity to give back to an organization
that has provided so much for him and looks forward to meeting extraordinary FCCLA
youth leaders across the nation. Scott constantly is reminded that FCCLA’s central
focus is the family because, as he believes, we are one.
South Dakota
National Membership Network
Nicole Gwishiri
@sldeslauriers [email protected]
Nicole Gwishiri is a high school Family and Consumer Sciences educator from North
Carolina. She has been invloved with FCCLA since her first year of high school and is
ecstatic to be an adviser, as well as serve as a Leadership Training Team member.
One of her fondest memories of FCCLA while in high school was competing in STAR
Events each year with classmates. She learned a lot about herself, her community, and
her interests for her career and future. Nicole also coaches high school track and field
and is pursuing a master's degree in Agricultural Education from North Carolina
Agricultural and Technical State University. When Nicole isn't coaching state
champions, at an FCCLA meeting, or studying, she is enjoying time with family and
friends, shopping, or catching up on sleep! Nicole hopes this experience will be an
inspiration to her students to do great things within the organization and strives to have
a great impact on the leaders of FCCLA.
North Carolina
National Competitive Events Network @MsNikkiCoco
[email protected]
Carson Petrea
Carson Petrea hails from Selah, Washington, and is in his first year at Johnson &
Wales University pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Sports/Events/Entertainment
Management with minors in Adventure Sport and Nature Based Tourism and
Beverage Service Management. He is a member of the Johnson & Wales Theta Delta
Chi Executive Board, the National Student Organization club, and the Ski and
Snowboard club. Carson started his FCCLA Journey in high school and served on
the Washington State Executive Board as State President, Director of Programs, and
Vice President of Region 7. He competed in the Job Interview STAR Event and FACS
Knowledge Bowl, in which his team placed 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. In his free time, Carson
enjoys snowboarding, skeet shooting, fishing and camping. He is excited to be a part
of the LTT to further gain leadership experience as well as to educate members and
inspire them much like the LTT members did for him.
Rhode Island
National Program Network
@CarsonPetrea [email protected]
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