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The state historian's committee is dedicated to helping the state historian - Krina Patel - gather info and resources for social media, the Spotlight, and public relations projects. This is a great opportunity to get involved at the state level and learn more about social media campaigning

If selected,  responsibilities will include:

-Creating content for NJ FBLA social media accounts

-Attending certain local chapter events to gather photos and videos for social media/website content

-Maintaining a clean and user friendly social media impression 

-Posting regularly to personal social media accounts to facilitate and update members of NJ FBLA

-Serve under NJ FBLA State Historian, Krina Patel, to give design input and provide new ideas regarding social media, state website, monthly newsletter, and chapter resources.  


Congratulations to all that made the State Social Media Committee! 

Social Media Committee Members: 

Ariana Lim, from Northern Valley at Old Tappan Regional High School

Danielle Fetzner, Wallkill Valley Regional High School

Alexa Sonnenburg, Livingston High School

Narayani Atchutuni, Monroe Township High School

Motunrayo Akinrefon, Sayreville War Memorial High School


The state community service committee is focused on organizing and executing community service initiatives throughout the state. Students interested in polishing their leadership and policy skills, growing their range of community service, and interacting with FBLA at the state level should apply. 

Members of the NJ FBLA Community Service Committee will:

– Attend monthly calls with the selected committee and NJ FBLA Community Service VP, Sheikh Mahmud.

- Create resources to help local chapters with community service-related events, projects, fundraisers, etc.

- Promote and publicize the Community Service Awards (CSA) program, Operation: Uplift (2020 Community Service Project), the Community Service Challenge, and the statewide fundraiser for the March of Dimes.

- Maintain close contact with our service partner, the March of Dimes.

- Assist the Community Service VP with initiatives listed on the NJ FBLA 2020-21 Program of Work as well as additional tasks when asked.

- Represent the NJ FBLA Community Service Committee and NJ FBLA as a whole in a professional manner when interacting on social media and in-person. 


Congratulations to all that made the State Community Service Committee! 

Social Media Committee Members: 

Charlotte O'Hare, from Pequannock Township High School

Brian Chin, Hopewell Valley Central High School

Smridhi Mahajan, Morris Hills High School

Shagun Khare, Middlesex County Academy

Thanmayee Kavuri, Monroe Township High School

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