Ranking 4th in the nation, Monta Vista Future Business Leaders of America is a business-focused organization that creates endless opportunities for Monta Vista High School students. As a member, students can learn, explore, and experience business and leadership through our various competitions, projects, and networking opportunities. We strive to foster growth and assist students in the establishment of career goals by promoting the development of lifelong skills needed beyond high school. Our goal is to encourage members to improve their homes, businesses, and communities. Whether it’s competing at fun conferences with your friends or networking with professionals at companies such as Facebook, MVFBLA truly does have a lot to offer. Join us today!
Compete to win.
FBLA offers over 70 competitions which can be grouped into five main categories: individual objective, individual oral, impromptu, prejudged, and technology. No matter what you’re interested in pursuing, MVFBLA has something for you!
Do something cool.
MVFBLA provides our members with the opportunity to join chapter-wide initiatives known as Projects, an opportunity to implement the skills they have learned through competition and gain real-world experience in the business and tech world.
2020-2021 Officer Team
Alice Zhou, President
Jasmine Lu, Executive Vice President
Reva Lalwani, VP of Competitions
Howard Peng, Director of Impromptu Competitions
Marissa Jensen, Director of Prejudged Competitions
Nikhil Sathye, Director of Individual Oral Competitions
Trisha Sreedhar, Director of Individual Objective Competitions
Nathan Wang, Director of Technology
Akshat Rohatgi, VP of Operations
Nitya Yerraguntla, VP of Marketing
Parmi Shah, Director of Design
June Wang, Director of Public Relations
Anya Goyal, Secretary-Treasurer
Sathvika Gopalasetty, VP of Projects
Kushagra Srivastava, Director of State Projects
Manvi Kottakota, Director of American Enterprise Project
Cindy Zou, Director of Community Service Project
Yolanna Lu, Director of Partnership with Business Project