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Lucille Brizzee: Utah Distinguished Business Educator

On February 19, 2012, Lucille Brizzee was named the Utah Distinguished Business Educator of the year at the Western Business Education Association (WBEA) conference in Newport Beach, CA, for her outstanding contributions to the Utah Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA).

Each year WBEA recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to business education. As an affiliate of the National Business Education Association, WBEA’s mission “seeks to share educational experiences that will prepare individuals to excel as consumers, workers, and citizens in our economic systems.”

Lucille has been very active in the FBLA as an advisor, state FBLA-PBL board member chair, assistant state director, and presenter. Since 2008, she has been the state assistant director for Utah FBLA-PBL. For 16 years, Lucille has been the Ogden High School FBLA chapter advisor. During the past 10 years, Lucille has presented at state and national fall leadership conferences throughout the country. Since 1996 she has attended every national, state, and regional leadership conference.

Ogden High School FBLA President Vanessa Coburn said, “In FBLA, Ms. Brizzee assists students in finding events to compete in that benefit them the most. She really goes the extra mile to be the best teacher and advisor that she can be.”

Utah Career and Technical Education Coordinator Wendi Morton said, “Lucille’s personal demeanor and enthusiasm are contagious; her peers are drawn to her. She shares her passion with them and through her endeavors has established herself as a leader throughout our state.”

In addition to Lucille receiving the WBEA award, in 2004, Lucille was named the Outstanding FBLA Advisor and her chapter received six Gold Seal Chapter Awards of Merit.

UtahCTE.org congratulates Lucille on her many accomplishments. She truly exemplifies the qualities and characteristics of a leader in education.

Lucille Brizze with WBEA president, Roietta Fulgham

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