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WSPN Goes Clubbing: Future Business Leaders of America

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Join Staff Reporter Annika Martins as she interviews Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) leader Anshuman Parulekar.

In the 12th edition of WSPN goes clubbing, Staff Reporter Annika Martins interviews senior Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) leader Anshuman Parulekar.

What is FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)?

“[FBLA is] a club where we talk about business and we teach people about financial literacy and everything going on in the world of business,” Parulekar said. “We do a lot on stocks and how to properly gain wealth in the United States.”

How did this club begin?

“A couple of [past graduated] seniors, Porter Moody and Mike Long, started it here four or five years ago and then it’s just been going,” Parulekar said. “Usually, the seniors who have been doing [the club] for a while will take over and lead it.”

Why should someone join the club?

“I think it’s always good to learn about business and personal finances,” Parulekar said. “Earning more money is always good, so I think it’s helpful to create a base before college and becoming an adult, and joining this club will definitely help you on that journey.”

What are meetings like and how often are they?

“We meet bi-weekly on Wednesday,” Parulekar said. “We have a topic that we’ll talk about for that day, and then we plan for our end-of-year conference in April [at Bentley University]. It’s going to be in person this year, but [in past years] it’s been online .”

What is one goal that you have for the club this year?

“[I’m] hoping for new members and making sure everyone takes something away from it,” Parulekar said.

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Annika Martins, Staff Reporter
Annika Martins, Class of 2024, is a first year reporter for WSPN. She plays basketball for Wayland’s girls Varsity team. Outside of school, she enjoys playing club basketball. Contact: [email protected]
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