Brighton Snow

Brighton Snow

State President

Mid America Technology Center
Local Advisor: Carl Walls


Leadership Voice:  Pioneer


Bio:  This agriculturalist from Washington, Oklahoma says his favorite part of BPA is the various networking opportunities and international competitions. Brighton is a future-oriented leader and often finds himself dreaming up ideas to help expand his horizons. He describes himself as a hard working individual who does his best to outwork expectations.

What is unique about Brighton? Brighton enjoys being outdoors and loves working with animals.


Duties: It shall be the duty of the State President to preside at all business meetings; preside over all Executive Council meetings; with the approval of the State Executive Council and State Advisor, establish and appoint members and chairs of appropriate committees for a period not to exceed his/her term of office and assist these committees in their activities; serve as an ex-officio, nonvoting member of all committees; perform other duties of a presiding officer; and promote the general welfare of Business Professionals of America, Oklahoma Association.


Contact:  besnow03@gmail.com

Adriel Lora

Adriel Lora

State Vice President

Northwest Technology Center – Fairview
Local Advisors: Amy McClure and Stacy Lee


Leadership Voice:  Creative


Bio: This leader’s favorite things about BPA are the opportunities to work together as a team. Adriel believes that teamwork divides the workload and multiplies the results. Adriel describes himself as someone with a noble heart who needs order and organization in his world.

What is unique about Adriel? He is ultra-respectful and cannot stand to see anyone being made fun of.


Duties: It shall be the duty of the Vice-Presidents to serve in any capacity as directed by the President; accept the responsibilities of the President as occasions may demand; assist in compiling and publishing the State Association Annual Report; serve as liaison between local members and the State Executive Council; contact each assigned local chapter at least once each month; and promote the general welfare of Business Professionals of America, Oklahoma Association.


Contact:  alora.mvb@student.nwtech.edu

Dillon Henry

Dillon Henry

State Vice President

Meridian Technology Center
Local Advisors: Daniel Devers, Les Little, and Teri Ray


Leadership Voice:  Nurturer


Bio:  Dillon’s favorite parts of BPA are the leadership opportunities available and the opportunities to meet amazing people from all over the world. Dillon uses his ability to empathize with others to be the best leader and to assist those around him. He describes one of his best qualities being his willingness to look for ways to improve himself and do his best to implement his findings.

What is unique about Dillon? Dillon is pursuing a career in IT and hopes to own his own computer store or repair shop in the future. He enjoys building and repairing computers.


Duties: It shall be the duty of the Vice-Presidents to serve in any capacity as directed by the President; accept the responsibilities of the President as occasions may demand; assist in compiling and publishing the State Association Annual Report; serve as liaison between local members and the State Executive Council; contact each assigned local chapter at least once each month; and promote the general welfare of Business Professionals of America, Oklahoma Association.


Contact:  dillonchenry@gmail.com

Hallee Schonfield

Hallee Schonfield

State Reporter

Central Technology Center – Drumright
Local Advisor: Athena Frank


Leadership Voice:  Creative


Bio:  This recent first place National Leadership Conference champion in Small Business Team loves the wide variety of opportunities and competitions offered to members. Her favorite competitive event is 510.  Hallee describes her two best qualities as being a very positive person who always tries to find the good in everything and her ability to persevere. She is always encouraging people and wants to put her full effort into every task.

What is unique about Hallee? She is a full-time cosmetologist and entrepreneur who plans on owning a chain of salons and other businesses


Duties: It shall be the duty of the Reporter to prepare and submit the organization’s news to all news media; serve as the public relations liaison to other State associations and the national organization; compile local chapter activity news for the State newsletter; and promote the general welfare of Business Professionals of America, Oklahoma Association.


Contact: Hallee.Schonfield@student.centraltech.edu

Keeli Cope

Keeli Cope

State Secretary

Fargo High School
Local Advisor:  Tracy Pipins


Leadership Voice:  Creative


Bio:  This track state qualifier, softball, basketball, and cheer competitor. loves the leadership qualities and competitive spirit BPA brings. All of these organizations contribute to the leadership skills she is building in herself and hopes to share with others. Keeli is outgoing and loves the many opportunities and great friends being made along the way.

What is unique about Keeli? Keeli played Bo Peep in the state officer skit at CTU!


Duties: It shall be the duty of the Secretary to keep an accurate record of all business and Executive Council meetings; promptly submit one (1) printed copy of the minutes and any substantiating reports to the President, State Executive Council, and the State Advisor; and promote the general welfare of Business Professionals of America, Oklahoma Association.


Contact:  Keeli.cope@yahoo.com

Brannon Watts

Brannon Watts

State Historian/Chaplain

Central Technology Center – Drumright
Local Advisor:  Athena Frank


Leadership Voice:  Connector


Bio:  This leader’s favorite parts of BPA are the competitions and the friends you make along the way! Brannon describes his two best qualities as his ability to make friends with just about anyone and his exceptional work ethic.

What is unique about Brannon? Brannon’s sense of humor is pretty unique!


Duties: It shall be the duty of the Chaplain/Historian to be in charge of appropriate devotional exercises for council meetings and State association meetings; document and submit all historical events such as conferences, meetings, etc. to the State chapter; compile local and State chapter activities for the State scrapbook; be available for promoting the general welfare of chapter meetings; provide inspiration and encouragement to the State Executive Council; serve as a liaison to middle level chapters; and promote the general welfare of Business Professionals of America, Oklahoma Association.


Contact:  Brannon.Watts@student.centraltech.edu

Logan Mullins

Logan Mullins

State Parliamentarian

Cushing High School
Local Advisor: Ashley Neilson


Leadership Voice:  Creative 


Bio:  Logan’s favorite part of BPA is the opportunities that are provided to compete at both a state and national level. This analytical problem solver says that he is good at figuring out problems exist, why they have happened, and how to fix them.

What is unique about Logan?  He likes retro games and retro styles games.


Duties: It shall be the duty of the Parliamentarian to advise the President and other association members on the orderly conduct of business in accordance with the organization’s bylaws and the current edition of Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised; be responsible for the general conduct at all business and Executive Council meetings; rule on rules of order, should the occasion arise, during business meetings; and promote the general welfare of Business Professionals of America, Oklahoma Association.


Contact:  Logan.Mullins@student.centraltech.edu