Hadley Brown was born and raised in Sumner County, Tennessee. As DECA’s Southern Region Vice President, she hopes to inspire other leaders and share her passion for leadership. Hadley discovered that the road to leadership is unique through firsthand experiences in leadership positions across Tennessee and interviewing community leaders on her YouTube channel, Grown Leaders with Hadley Brown. Hadley served twice as the Tennessee DECA President and as her chapter’s Vice President of Leadership. When not changing the world as a student leader, she enjoys spending time with her family (and two dogs!) as well as eating as much sushi as she can get.
Social Media at DECA Conferences: Do’s and Don’t’s
This conference season, don't forget to collaborate, create and connect with the DECA community. As you prepare, check out these five tips to remember as you pull out all the stops for social media shots this Spring.
Preparing for Your Future Career Starts Today
During the Ultimate DECA Power Trip, the Executive Officer Team attended the first ever DECA Workforce Development Summit. Members of DECA’s National Advisory Board gathered to discuss the future of employment and industry across the business world.
From a Handshake to a Helping Hand: Connecting with Community Professionals
Stepping into a conversation with a professional can be intimidating, but with five key steps, you can create a connection that goes from an introductory handshake to a long-term career helping hand.
From Your Chapter to Your Community: All Those in Favor Say, “Let’s Vote!”
This November, general elections will take place. After registering to vote, research local poll locations, schedules and each candidate running. Be prepared to stand in line for your turn to vote on Election Day (Tuesday, November 8, 2022) or seek the availability of early voting.
From Your Chapter to the Executive Program of Leadership: Impact at All Levels
This year, the Executive Officer Team has three primary goals: communication, member engagement and leadership development. As a member, you may ask... How can I help? What impact can I have on accomplishing these goals? Read on to find out!
Your Leadership Position Is Ending... Now What?
Within DECA (and life!), rewarding experiences often require raising your hand to enter the race, stepping up to the plate, and taking a risk as a leader. Risks come from new challenges, elections, committees, teams and setting goals. Here are thoughts to keep in mind as you pass the torch and leave office.