Livingston Future Business Leaders Take First Place in Six Categories

April 8, 2014 at 12:00 AM

LIVINGSTON, NJ - Livingston Future Business Leaders won first place in six different categories with 20 students overall qualified to compete this summer in the National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tenn. The students were recognized in a broad range of business and career-related areas during the 2014 NJ Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference, on March 27-28. Students competed in events testing their business knowledge and skills.

Future Business Leaders of America is a not-for-profit student organization designed to bring middle school, college students, and especially high school students to the business world.

The winners are as follows:


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  • Business Financial Plan​: Josh Schuftan, Michael Druckman, Dylan Camche​
  • Business Math​​​: Dan Zhu
  • Introduction To Business​​: Kevin Xiang: ​​​​​​
  • Public Speaking 1​​: Jeanna Qiu
  • Word Processing​​: Justin Leff
  • Public Service Announcement: Jeremy Jeong, Tracy Cheung, Wendy Peng


  • Introduction to Business Communications: Adam Chang  ​​​​​​
  • Marketing: Dan MacBlane, Josh Rosenfeld, Michael Segal​​​​
  • ​​​​​​Word Processing: Susan Luo


  • Electronic Career Portfolio: Puja Deshpande​​​​​
  • Fourth place
  • Economics: Jonathan Wei​​​​​​


  • Job Interview: Jeremy Knopf​​​​​​
  • ​​​​​Website Design: Helen Chen, Karen Xu

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