Aspiring nurses, graphic designers, chefs, contractors and fashion designers are among this year’s SkillsUSA student leaders at our Career and Technical School Albany and Schoharie campuses.
During a tradition-rich ceremony, the officers were sworn-in and conducted their first official acts as SkillsUSA officers.
2020-21 Albany Campus SkillsUSA Officers
- President Jacob Gilmore, Two-Year Sequence of Health Careers, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake (BHBL)
- Vice President William Rodriguez-Lopez, Automotive Trades Technology, Schenectady
- Treasurer Luke DaBiere, Auto Body, Shenendehowa
- Secretary Michael Zobre, Criminal Justice, Shenendehowa
- Parliamentarian Kennedy Nautel, Culinary Arts, Niskayuna
- Historian/Photographer Emily Burdikoff, Digital Media Design, BHBL
- Community Service Liaison Lashawn Ogilvie, Cosmetology, South Colonie
- President Jada Doedema, Culinary Arts, South Colonie
- Vice President Jocelyn Howe, Global Fashion Studies, Mohonasen
- Treasurer Aliyah Colon, Culinary, Schalmont
- Secretary Ashlyn Knapp, Pet Tech, South Colonie
- Parliamentarian Sa-id Jones, Electrical Trades, Mohonasen
- Historian / Photographer Matthew Bellinger, Culinary, Shenendehowa
- Community Service Liaison Justice Jacobs, Food Service, Bethlehem
- President CJ Thomas, Criminal Justice, Middleburgh
- Vice President and Secretary Erin Haugh, Criminal Justice, Cobleskilll-Richmondville (CRCS)
- Parliamentarian and Historian/Photographer Britney Beisly, Two-Year Sequence of Health Careers, Schoharie
- Treasurer and Community Service Liaison Cynthia Viscosi, Culinary Arts, CRCS
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA members earn valuable skills they can apply, not only in their careers, but also as leaders in their communities.