The Missouri Association of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is made up of fourteen regions with local chapters within the region. The purpose of the regional level is to provide meetings that will offer training and an understanding of the total FCCLA organization. Each region holds a fall meeting during which leadership training sessions are held.
Regional officers are elected to provide leadership for the region, plan and carry out the regional meeting and to help the chapters within the region. The procedure for their election will vary in accordance with the bylaws of the region.
Regional officers have an opportunity to be involved in Family, Career and Community Leaders of America above the local level. This involvement requires a greater understanding of FCCLA to be able to transfer knowledge of the organization to other members. A regional officer is to be a regional, state, and national affiliated member in good standing on the local level and be willing to take on added responsibility.
2013-2014 Missouri Regional Presidents
Region 1 - Kaley Dittemore. North Andrew R-IV High School
Region 2 - Shaylee Summers, Hale High School
Region 3 - Caylie James, Meadville R-IV High School
Region 4 - Bethany Weldon, Troy Buchanan High School
Region 5 - Breiona Lewis, Hazelwood East High School
Region 6 - Rebecca Burger, Scott City High School
Region 7 - Dylan Shepherd, Clarkton High School
Region 8 - Mollie Strickland, Bloomfield High School
Region 9 - Emily Manning, Cabool High School
Region 10 - Shelbie Countryman, Walnut Grove High School
Region 11 - Payton Stringer, Marionville High School
Region 12 - Josie Lovejoy, Adrian R-III High School
Region 13 - Jordan Zurmiller, Tipton High School
Region 14 - Alexander Tipton, Lee’s Summit West High School
State Executive Council Information
Each State Executive Council Member is a liaison between the state and regional organizations. Every member is expected to attend the annual State Leadership Conference, Fall Leadership Conference, National Leadership Conference, and two State Executive Council Meetings (summer and winter). Each is also responsible for leadership development activities within their respective region, in cooperation with the regional executive council.
The State Executive Council will:
- Determine policies and procedures.
- Determine what business will be brought before the State Leadership Conference.
- Pass upon credentials of the candidates for national office.
- Approve funds for use of delegates and chapter advisors attending National Leadership Conference.
- Plan the annual budget.
- Make plans for the State Leadership Conference.
- Make plans for leadership training program (s).
- Conduct other necessary business for growth of the association.
The State Executive Council has the authority and control over the association, subject to such regulations and bylaws as may be adopted by the Missouri Association Family, Career and Community Leaders of America.
The State Executive Council of the Missouri Association Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is composed of the elected state officers, occupational representative appointed by the president in consultation with the state advisor, and national liaisons.