VP of Programs

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Nicholas Livengood

Arizona State University-W.P. Carey School of Business
FBLA-PBL Involvement: Boulder Creek HS FBLA Chapter VP of Finance (2012-2013),Boulder Creek HS FBLA Chapter President (2013-2015),FBLA AZ State VP of Finance (2014-2015),FBLA AZ State Officer Coach (2015-2016),ASU PBL Treasurer (2015-2016)
ASU PBL President (2016-17),AZ PBL VP of Marketing (2016-17)

Awards: 2017-Financial Concepts 3rd (State),Client Service 1st, (State) 3rd(nationals)

Interests/Hobbies: Basketball, Golf, hiking, exercise, video games, sports, movies, music, business, and FBLA&PBL!

Bio:

Bio: My name is Nicholas Livengood and I am proud to serve as the AZ PBL 2017-2018 State VP of Programs. I was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1996 and I moved out to Anthem, AZ in July of 2003. My mom Julie, my dad Brad, my little brother Matthew John, and myself have happily lived out here for about 13 years now, but we also travel as much we can back to visit family. I attended Boulder Creek High School in Anthem and graduated in 2015. I played basketball and golf while at BC, while also playing club basketball for traveling teams. I continue to play intramural basketball and also any other competitive leagues. I was heavily involved in FBLA at my high school as the Chapter VP of Finance and as the Chapter President, while also serving as the FBLA AZ State VP of Finance. After my senior year, my state director offered me a job as the State Officer Coach for the 2015-2016 school year. In addition to my experiences with FBLA, I also completed over 200 hours of community service with BC’s National Honor Society. I am entering my senior year at ASU and will graduate in the Spring of 2018. My major is in Accountancy and a Certificate in Sports Business. I have been involved in PBL since the Fall of 2015, and I am very proud to have continued my FBLA-PBL journey throughout my college career as both the AZ VP of Marketing and the chapter President at ASU last year. I will be serving as the ASU VP of Finance this upcoming year. It is an honor to serve as a state officer, but it is an even greater honor to serve a second year in Arizona PBL. We have such great potential in Arizona PBL with our state staff, our state officers, each one of our chapters, and all of our dedicated members, and I cannot wait to see what we can all accomplish this year!