2022 NATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
FBLA National Officer Elections
There are nine national officers who represent FBLA’s membership. The National President, National Secretary, National Treasurer and Regional Vice-Presidents were voted by delegates during the National Leadership Conference.
The National Parliamentarian is appointed after submitting an application for office and scoring the highest on the parliamentary procedures objective test.
We are seeking candidates for FBLA National Secretary.
According to the Bylaws, Article IV, Section 2, if no state chapter submits an applicant for a particular office by the May 15 deadline, then the deadline for the particular office shall be extended to June 15.
Please encourage FBLA members in your state to apply for this office.
To apply for candidacy for FBLA National Secretary, click here.
Votes are determined as follows:
Each state chapter in good standing shall be entitled to send two voting delegates and one alternate from its active membership. These State Voting Delegates vote on the election of the National President, National Secretary, National Treasurer and any bylaw amendments. State Key Contacts will determine each of their two State Voting Delegates based on a form which is due by May 14.
Each local chapter in good standing shall be entitled to send from its active membership, two to four local voting delegates and one alternate for each voting delegate to the National Leadership Experience in accordance with the following:
- Under 50 members—two voting delegates.
- 50–100 members—three voting delegates.
- Over 100 members—four voting delegates.
These delegates vote for their Regional Vice President. These are determined from those members that are registered for the conference. A report will determine the number of votes based on registration and membership received by May 1. The FBLA Local Chapter Voting Delegation Registration Deadline is June 4, 11:59 p.m. ET
Candidates for elected offices will be elected by ranked voting. A majority vote will determine the winner for each elected office.