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Welcome Our New State Adviser, Sheena Searcy

Sheena Searcy State Adviser

Sheena Searcy joins the Kentucky Department of Education, Office of Career and Technical Education, Student Leadership Branch, serving as Kentucky FBLA’s State Adviser effective July 1, 2024 after nineteen years of service as a business educator at Franklin-Simpson High School.

During her tenure there, she has served on the Kentucky FBLA Board of Directors, as a Region 2 Executive Council Member and Chair, as a State Executive Council Member and Kentucky FBLA Leadership Development Camp Coordinator. She has also worked with over 25 region and state officers, witnessing the positive impact FBLA has on both students and advisers first hand. 

A native of Marion, Kentucky, Sheena Searcy graduated from Crittenden County High School in 2002. A hilltopper at heart, she holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business and Marketing Education (2005) as well as a Master of Arts in Education, specializing in Secondary Education (2009) from Western Kentucky University. In 2010, Mrs. Searcy earned National Board Certification. She was recognized nationally in 2023 as a recipient of the Distinguished Educator of Personal Finance Award, as Kentucky FBLA’s Adviser of the Year in 2010, 2014, and 2019, as a Region 2 Outstanding Adviser during all years of service and Highland Media Adviser of the Year in 2014 and 2016.

Mrs. Searcy spends her free time with her two sons and husband. She enjoys travel, trying new restaurants, theater, reading and volunteers time with rec league sports in Simpson County. She is a member of the Kentucky Business Education Association and Long Hollow Church.

Greetings Kentucky FBLA Members and Advisers!
With excitement and great anticipation, I welcome you to what I hope will be Kentucky FBLA’s biggest and best year yet. I am both honored and humbled to serve as your state adviser with our esteemed State Chair, Board of Directors, State Executive Council and State Officer Team.
I look forward to seeing growth in both middle and high school chapters, learning more about roles and opportunities at regional and national fall conferences, and watching your hard work pay off in region and state level competition. It is my hope to work alongside you and your chapters to ensure Kentucky FBLA is ready to represent in Anaheim next summer! 
I wish each of you nothing but the very best this year “Navigating the Landscape with Kentucky FBLA”! Sheena Searcy, State Adviser



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