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COLLEGIATE STATE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

April 20, 2024
University of
Colorado, Colorado Springs




 

Updated March 18 
The events listed below will be offered as live competitions during the State Conference, in addition to all objective testing events.
  • Accounting Case Competition
  • Business Ethics
  • Business Presentation
  • Hospitality Management Case Competition
  • Job Interview
  • Marketing, Sales, and Communication Case Competition
  • Public Speaking

Any event not offered at the state-level will be available for competitors at the National Leadership Conference. More information can be found in the SLC Call to Conference.

2024 SLC Sponsors

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2024 SLC Deadlines

March 1st: National FBLA Membership Deadline and Membership Payment Deadline

  • Note: Collegiate FBLA members can join as individuals using Collegiate Direct, linked above

March 15th: SLC Registration Deadline

March 15th: State Officer Candidate Application

March 22nd: Multiple Deadlines

March 20th - April 3rd: Online Testing Window

  • Advisers will be able to download testing tickets from the registration site after registration closes

April 3rd: Optional hotel reservation deadline.

April 5th: Prejudge submission deadline for events with a prejudge component

April 26th: Notification of NLC Intent

  • Collegiate NLC will be held in Orlando, FL from June 24 - 27, 2024

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Workshop & Presenter Info

Johnna Reeder Kleymeyer, President & CEO of the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce, Keynote Speaker

Johnna Reeder Kleymeyer took over as president and CEO of Southern Colorado’s largest chamber and economic development organization in 2022.

Prior to that, she managed her own consulting firm. Her previous roles include president and CEO of Regional Economic Development Initiative (REDI) Cincinnati, leadership positions at Duke Energy, Citi, United Way-Cincinnati, OH, and Obion County Chamber of Commerce and Jackson Downtown Development Corporation-Tennessee.

She’s a proud graduate the University of Memphis (BA – Communications), Thomas More University (Master of Business Administration), and the Oklahoma University Economic Development University (OUEDI). In addition, she completed her certificate in economic developer through the International Economic Development Council.

A champion of the communities where she lives, she serves on several boards and committees.
In her down time, she enjoys exploring new trails, restaurants, and shops with her husband, Kurt, and spoiling their beloved French Bulldog, Nutmeg.
 

Post-Conference Information

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