District 7 treasurer Rodrigo Grimaldo and District 7 officer Lilibeth Estrada spoke about overcoming their fears of public speaking by participating in SkillsUSA leadership and competitions. They also spoke about the power of teamwork, and how SkillsUSA has impacted their lives.
Officers for Cosmetology representing Magnolia High School are Rodrigo Grimaldo, President Lilibeth Estrada, Vice President, Selica Crowell, Secretary, Lauren Decoux, Treasurer, Madison Meiss, Reporter, Demi Prejean, Historian, Misty Wunsch, Parliamentarian, Kayla Price, Chaplin
Officers for Cosmetology representing Magnolia West High School Stephany Lopez, President, Monica Anaya, Vice President, Sarah Yeaple, Secretary, Madison Nordt,Treasurer, Tia Matthews, Historian, and Makayla Sanchez, Parliamentarian
Officers for Health Science Magnolia High School Megan Thomas, President, Cara Gerthe, Vice President, Emilee Clark, Secretary, Genesis Semple, Treasurer, Sabrina Carrillo, Reporter, Ana Molina, Historian, Maegan Davila, Parliamentarian, and Dana LaPoint, Chaplin
Officers for Health Science Magnolia West High School Chelsey Orr, President, Katherine Hinchley, Vice President, Kacie McIntosh, Secretary, Kylie Elenbaas, Treasurer, Abigail Milam, Historian, Laney Graham, Parliamentarian, and Jordyn Ivey, Sgt At Arms
SkillsUSA is a national partnership of students, teachers and industry, working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA has more than 300,000 students and instructors as members. SkillsUSA chapters help students who are preparing for careers in technical, skilled and service occupations become leaders who are job ready day one.
Written by: Madison Meiss