2018-2019 STATE PARLIAMENTARIAN

JW Patterson serves as the Postsecondary Parliamentarian and currently attends Washburn University Institute of Technology enrolled in  the Information Systems Technology Program.  He has worked in many fields from an OTR Driver, Welder, Heavy Equipment Operator to being a business owner. He enjoys working on computers and helping others. In his spare time he enjoys hunting, fishing and riding his Harley. 

2013-2014

Halee Greene serves as the Postsecondary Secretary. She currently attends Washburn University Institute of Technology.  

2017-2018 Postsecondary State Officers present Governor Brownback the SkillsUSA Framework Pin in honor of him supporting Career Technical Education. 

SkillsUSA Kansas Ambassadors

Daxton Ross serves as the postsecondary state president. He currently attends Washburn University Institute of Technology and is  enrolled in the Advanced Systems Technology Program after graduating from the Building Technology program. Daxton is serving his second term as a state officer. He is a 2018 state gold medalist and national competitor in quiz bowl. Daxton is pursuing a career in aviation after granduation. 

2014-2015

Dakota Brungardt serves as the Postsecondary Vice President. He currently attends Washburn University Institute of Technology in the Technical Drafting Program. He has always had a passion for serving people, so his dream career is to combine that passion with his artistic and technical skills to build better lives through architecture. 

A Lifetime of Memories

State Officers: Being a State Officer takes commitment and dedication to the SkillsUSA Kansas Organization. State Officers are representatives and the voice of the membership. They meet with the Legislators, Senators and the Governor, as well as our Business & Industry Partners. As a team, they work together hosting our State's Conferences and pushing our organization forward. State Officers run the Delegation meetings during the State Championship Conference.

OFFICER INSIGHTS

2018-2019 STATE VICE PRESIDENT

2017-2018 Career Technical Student Organization's State Officers meet the

Kansas Education Board of Directors

2018-2019 STATE HISTORIAN

2017-2018 Postsecondary State Officers meet with the

Kansas Board of Regents.

District Officers: Being a district officer shows you are ready to take the next step toward a leadership role in serving the organizations initiatives. District Officers attend, lead, and work hard during the Fall Leadership Conference and State Championships. They run the district meetings in September and in October.

Barbara Evans serves as the Postsecondary Historian. She cuurently attends Washburn University Institute of Technology enrolled in the Information Systems Technology Program. Barbara's career goal is to be a Network Administrator with a goal becoming a Network Engineer. 

OFFICER MATERIALS

2018-2019 STATE SECRETARY

 STATE OFFICER TEAMS

2017-2018 High School State Officers meet Kansas Governor Brownback

2015-2016.

2016-2017

Cody Edwards serves as the Postsecondary Treasurer. He currently attends Washburn University Institute of Technology enrolled in the Advanced Systems Technology program. Cody' has aspirations of becoming an industrial mechanic and working on complex and interesting systems. 

Brooke Ritter serves as the High School Vice President. She currently attends Olathe Advanced Technical Center. 

Local Officers: Being a local officer gives one the opportunity to lead fellow members to success and have a lot of fun in the process. As a local officer, you will engage your chapter in the "Program of Work" activities and complete the Chapter Excellence Program Application so your chapter gets the recognition it deserves,  Local Officers run the local chapter meetings throughout the year. 

Joshua Musick serves as the high school state president. He currently attends Olathe Advanced Technical Center. 

2017-2018

Allie Brodbeck serves as the High School Treasurer. She is a sophomore in the Engineering Program at Winfield High School. Her career goal is to become a Biomedical Bioelectrical Engineer and research Parkinson's Disease and Epilepsy, in addition to developing a device to treat both conditions. 

2018-2019 STATE PRESIDENT

Jasmine Dryer serves as the High School Secretary. She currently attends Olathe Advance Technical Center and is in her second year in the Construction Trades program. Her career goal is to become a mastered electrician.

2017-2018 Postsecondary State Officers meet the Kansas Board of Regents Technical Education Committee

2018-2019 STATE TREASURER

Aniela Zamarripa serves as the High School Parliamentarian. She currently attends Olathe Advanced Technical Center. 

Will Dublin serves as the High School Historian. He currently attends Olathe Advanced Technical Center. 

2018-2019 STATE REPORTER

Abi Bomberger serves as the Postsecondary Reporter. She is part of the Cabinet and Millwork program at Washburn University Institute of Technology. She plans to eventually have her own business building custom mini houses.