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Northshore DECA students earn 87 invitations to international conference

Northshore School District sent 203 high school DECA students to compete at the state DECA competition and earned 87 invitations to the DECA International Career and Development Conference (ICDC) to be held May 3-6, in Atlanta, Ga.

Distributive Educational Clubs of America (DECA) provides high school students with hands-on experiences in the fields of marketing, business and entrepreneurship. The students earning invitations to nationals and their areas of competition are:

 

Bothell High School:

- Sophia McMahon, Apparel and Accessories Merchandising

 

Inglemoor High School:

- Aileen Chang, Lilian Liang and Grant Pachosa, Advertising Campaign

- Lucy Zhu and Mac Abdi, Apparel and Accessories

- Lori VerMurlen, Automotive Services

- Jackson Murphy, Business Finance

- Marc Lotorto, Ben Baxter, Marisa Lauck and Julia Bauman, Business Law and Ethics

- Daniel Briggs, James Takami, Alyson Harrington and Nick Russell, Business Services

 

Operations:

- Brian Cullinan, Ryan Johnson, Shane Buller and Kathleen Zhou, Buying and Merchandising

- Kevin Bi, Jeffrey Ni and Reily Poole, Buying and Merchandising Operations

- Megan Rigby, Entrepreneurship Franchise

- Ben Baxter and Marc Lotorto, Entrepreneurship Growing Your Business

- Martin Corpus, Entrepreneurship Independent

- Nathan Ascue and Eric Dimitrovich, Entrepreneurship Innovation

- Tessia Lee, Casey Rosen, McCall Levy and Alisa Kean, Fashion Merchandising

- Spencer DeWitt and Joyman Chen, Financial Services

- Camellia Clark, Food Marketing

- Bailey Cullinan, Elodie Li, Jonathan Meiusi and Emily Carpenter, Hospitality Services

- Ali Darvish, Hotel and Lodging

- Martin Corpus and Jade Wy, International Business Plan

- Jim Bishop, International Business Plan

- Daniel Briggs, James Takami, Melissa Harris and Ryan Smith, Marketing Communications

- Alex Fuller, Marketing Management

- Kety Bloch, Professional Selling

- Lauren Vandivort, Nicholas Haring and Nicholas Haring, Professional Selling

- Chris Brummer, Quick Serve Restaurant

- JD White, Restaurant and Food Service

- Jeffrey Ni and Kevin Bi, Sports and Entertainment Marketing

- Madison Brock, Danny Holt, Janie Reid and Jade Wy, Travel and Tourism

 

Woodinville High School:

- Emily Chambers, Sophie Fleuret and Madelyn Cline, Ad Campaign

- Alek Kacmarcik, Automotive Services

- Charles Mehrmann, Business Finance

- Danny Scheid, Kim Perdue, Ashley Barnett and Emily Allen, Entrepreneurship Independent

- Dua Kahn, Entrepreneurship Innovation

- Kalei Munsell, Akshata Ketkar and Keenae Tiersma, Fashion Merchandising

- Kennedy Whalen, Food Marketing

- Melanie Logan, and Briegan Sims, Hospitality Professional Selling

- Sarah Houck, Hospitality Professional Selling

- Emmy Billmaier, Chloe Callahan, Geena Glen and Shelby Heath, Hospitality Services

- Jacob Hoogerwerf, Hotel and Lodging

- Tyler Matheson, Marketing Management

- Chandler Olson and Micah Rubart, Quick Service Restaurant

- Matthias Argenyi, Restaurant and Food Service

- Noah An, Sports Promotion Plan

- Mallori Lindberg and Chase Carter, Travel and Tourism

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