Every year, 7 members of Ohio DECA have the opportunity to lead the 5,000 Ohio Association members in networking, sponsorships, and competitions. Learn more about the responsibilities of an officer, how to become an officer, and who the current State Officers are!
2021-2022 State Officers
President: Liberty Moyers
Liberty Moyers is a proud member of the Carey High School DECA chapter, serving on its leadership committee, as well as the secretary. She has served as a state officer for the past two years, and is beyond excited for what this year has in store. When Liberty doesn’t have her DECA blazer on, she is participating in Ohio Scholars Association, Teen Leadership Corps, Student Council, and cheerleading. After graduation, her goal is to use her skills learned in DECA to study marketing at The Ohio State University.
Liberty decided to run for office to give members countless opportunities to find their inner leaders and grow. She has found a home in DECA and wants others to have that same connection with this amazing organization. After a year of many obstacles, Liberty wants to work with the other talented officers to lead Ohio DECA towards a year full of many successes, where each and every member can confidently say that this year was one to remember.
A quote that inspires Liberty is, “What you get from achieving your goals is not as important as who you become by achieving your goals” by Zig Ziglar.
Secretary: Chloe Stringer
Chloe Stringer is an active member of Great Oaks- West Clermont DECA, serving as her chapter's president. Outside of DECA Chloe’s is involved with track, cross country, and swimming. She also works as a manager at a local restaurant. After graduation, using the knowledge gained from DECA and her business classes she plans to pursue a degree in finance.
Chloe decided to serve as a state officer because she believes she has a great deal of experience she could share with other Ohio DECA members. She wants to motivate and really impact members by setting team goals to enhance their experiences in the organization. She looks forward to getting to know members through camp, district, state and international conferences.
A quote that inspires Chloe is by John Wooden “Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out.”
Vice President: Grace Gehner
Vice President: Eve King
Eve King is a senior at Harrison High School and currently serves as President of the Great Oaks Harrison DECA Chapter. Outside of DECA, Eve is involved in color guard, student council, robotics, and her church’s youth group. After high school, Eve plans to study education to one day teach English.
Eve chose to run for a state officer position to be a part of creating memorable experiences for all members of Ohio DECA. Eve wants to help create an environment where every member of Ohio DECA is able to get involved and find their passion. There’s something for everyone in DECA, and Eve wants to help all of our members find their home in Ohio DECA.
A quote that inspires Eve is by C.S. Lewis: “You can't go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.”
Vice President: Alexis Holdren
Alexis Holdren is currently a junior at Sycamore High School and has the chance to participate in DECA through their Great Oaks program. She entered the marketing program because she saw all of the great opportunities the class provided and fell in love immediately. Alexis plays varsity water polo at Sycamore and is also on the regional USA team for archery independently, where she has placed high not only nationally but internationally. She is not certain about what she wants to study in college, but marketing and business is a major interest for her.
Alexis initially ran for state officer because her advisor picked her out and saw her as a promising candidate. As only a second-year DECA student, she wants to go into the year working as hard as possible to make her advisor and chapter proud.
A quote Alexis likes to keep in mind is by Ralph Waldo Emerson, saying "All of life is an experiment. The more experiments you make, the better".
Policy Advocate: Meghan Littlejohn
Public Relations Representative: Isabella Lambrinides
Isabella Lambrinides is a junior from the Butler Tech Colerain DECA Chapter. Outside of DECA she is class president, student senate vice president, and president of her Business Professionals of America Chapter. Isabella volunteers at an animal shelter and collects canned goods for a local food shelter. In addition she is a varsity swimmer and part of the National Honor Society. Recently she served a term on a local commission in her county and helped plan an event in Cincinnati called Day of the Girl. In the future she plans to major in marine biology and one day create her own non-profit to protect marine animals.
Isabella decided to run for the Ohio DECA Public Relations Representative this year because she is passionate about serving Ohio DECA and ensuring the success of all members. With her experience in running multiple social media accounts for school and her community, she is confident that she can lead and serve the members of Ohio DECA.
A quote that motivates her is “Leadership is never an avenue to be self serving but, a platform to render great service to people”, by Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha