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March 2015

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#FabFriday: Bianca Cseke

Our #FabFriday goes to Bianca Cseke! Bianca is a first year UNLV DECA member, but she is no stranger to the world of Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO). Her CTSO career started at Southwest Career and Technical Academy where she was a DECA member and an outstanding member of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). During her high school years, Bianca was elected to the FBLA Southern Region Vice President and made tremendous achievements from organizing conferences with her state officer team and visiting the highest number of local high school chapters. Today, Bianca is studying Journalism and furthers her education by being a reporter for the Rebel Yell (UNLV Newspaper) and UNLV DECA Public Relations Coordinator. Bianca has been an instrumental member in different capacities from reviewing ten articles due in a week and being a team leader in different projects. Thank you for everything you have done for our chapter and we are excited for the future with you!

“The emphasis on individual initiative, accomplishment and recognition is fundamental to DECA’s success during our first 50 years and it will be an important part of our future.” – Dr. Edward Davis, Former DECA Executive Director

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#FabFriday: Jailene Vazquez

Our #FabFriday goes to Jailene Vazquez! She is one of the hardest working UNLV DECA member and the hardest individual to take a picture of! She always seems to know where the camera is.. Jailene is a graduate of Clark High School and an active high school DECA member. Jailene is a part of UNLV’s Global Entrepreneurship Experience (GEE) Program Cohort 6 and pursuing a degree in Hospitality Management! In the GEE program, Jailene is studying what makes the culture of companies amazing, how she can be a successful entrepreneur, and how to build an international empire. As a freshman, Jailene has accomplished a lot as a member of our organization from being a leader to giving back to the community. She has served on different committees and was the co-chair for our largest volunteering project, Nevada DECA State Career Development Conference. On this committee, Jailene and her team recruited members to participate in our largest philanthropy project and the result was the largest number of volunteers in the history of the project. Jailene has proven multiple times as a dependable UNLV DECA member and a leader on various projects no matter her role. Thank you for being a part of our family and we look forward to the upcoming years with you (especially more photos of you)!

“The emphasis on individual initiative, accomplishment and recognition is fundamental to DECA’s success during our first 50 years and it will be an important part of our future.” – Dr. Edward Davis, Former DECA Executive Director

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#FabFriday: Blaze Lovell

Our #FabFriday goes to our first time UNLV DECA member Blaze! Blaze is from Hawaii and has been a member of Hawaii DECA during his high school years. Blaze is currently studying journalism at UNLV. As a freshman, Blaze has done amazing feats for the chapter. Blaze not only volunteers in different capacities from being an intimidating bouncer to team leader, he can also make anyone smile. Even when some members feel a bit down, he’s there to cheer them up. Thank you for being a part of our family and we look forward to more happy memories!

“The emphasis on individual initiative, accomplishment and recognition is fundamental to DECA’s success during our first 50 years and it will be an important part of our future.” – Dr. Edward Davis, Former DECA Executive Director

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#FabFriday: Olivia Crick

Our #FabFriday goes to Olivia Crick! Olivia is a freshman pursuing a bachelor in Hospitality Management and a minor in Finance. While most freshman would be focused on their studies, Olivia has balanced her school work and continuing to be an active DECA member. Olivia is originally from Montana where she started her DECA career. Olivia competed in UNLV DECA’s 2nd Annual Shark Tank with Daniel Dinev and won People’s Choice Award. She is an outgoing member who can make a room full of strangers become a home filled with friends. Thank you for being apart of our growing family and we look forward to great memories!

“The emphasis on individual initiative, accomplishment and recognition is fundamental to DECA’s success during our first 50 years and it will be an important part of our future.” – Dr. Edward Davis, Former DECA Executive Director