Vice President of Public Relations

Vice President of Public Relations, Brisa Hernandez

Brisa Hernandez













Lovely members of Washington,

My name is Brisa Hernandez, your 2017-2018 Vice President of Public Relations. Entering my second term as an officer, I’m a freshman at Chiawana High School, home of the Riverhawks!

I am happy to continue my journey with FCCLA. I had the ability to make so many new friends here, in a town 10 minutes away from me for our 2017 State Leadership Conference, and cannot wait to do the same in 2018! As I cross the bridge over into Kennewick, I am eager to meet the participants in my Program of Work and beyond.

This year, promoting and publicizing FCCLA & FCS is my target… and there are many goals to achieve.


The social media hashtag challenge starts in September. Social media plays a huge role in our lives. It is a gate for interaction between family and friends. Why not promote FCCLA & FCS while you’re at it!

Members can post under the following hashtags:

September: #StartItUpWAFCCLA

The school year is starting, show WA-FCCLA how you recruit new members, hold your first meeting, or rock the red!

October: #OpportunitiesAwaitWAFCCLA

The month of Fall Leadership Meeting. Be !nspired, your opportunities await! Show off your chapter getting ready for the upcoming year, or attending your Fall Leadership Meeting.

November: #OurNeighborhoodWAFCCLA

This is a time to be grateful… show off you or your chapter thanking someone in your family or community that has done something great. Appreciate those around you, you never know the difficulties they may face.

December: #DedicateAndDeliverWAFCCLA

This is the month of giving! Choose a local group to reach out to and help. Dedicating your time to help someone in need is a powerful thing.

January: #JumpForJoyWAFCCLA
Happy New Year! Regional STAR Events is being wrapped up, pose for a pic with your friends or STAR Event certificate. The countdown to State Leadership Conference 2018 is on.


The post with the most likes under that hashtag will be recognized on the official WA-FCCLA Instagram ( and receive an award at the 2018 State Leadership Conference. Participants in the hashtag challenge will also be recognized.

Stay tuned for an FCS promotional campaign being released in September.

We can do it, Washington! Best of luck to you and all your goals for this upcoming year.


Brisa Hernandez

Vice President of Public Relations