75th Anniversary Leadership Hall of Fame
To help celebrate FCCLA's 75th Anniversary, FCCLA will recognize and honor current and former FCCLA/FHA/HERO members and supporters who:
- Have achieved success in their chosen professions
- Contributed significantly to their communities
- Helped FCCLA reach its goals
Anyone may nominate individuals for induction into the Leadership Hall of Fame. Nominees will first be verified by each state then nominees will advance to the National Selection Committee for consideration to be inducted into the FCCLA Leadership Hall of Fame. Honorees will be recognized during the 2020 National Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C. at a 75th Anniversary Leadership Hall of Fame Awards Dinner on July 6, 2020.
A link to the online nomination form can be found below along with a FAQ sheet and a word document containing all nomination form questions to aid you in completing your nomination. Please note, however, that the online nomination form still must be completed in order for your nomination to be accepted.
75th Anniversary Leadership Hall of Fame Awards Dinner
As part of the 2020 FCCLA National Leadership Conference 75th Anniversary celebration we will be commemorating leaders of the past and celebrating leaders of the present. At the 75th Anniversary Leadership Hall of Fame Awards Dinner, FCCLA will honor 75 Leadership Hall of Fame inductees who have made outstanding achievements in families, career, and communities within various industries across America through support of and participation in FCCLA and Family and Consumer Sciences education.
In addition to honoring FCCLA's distinguished inductees, the Dinner provides an opportunity for Family and Consumer Sciences leaders to join with friends and allies in an evening celebrating the rich history of FCCLA. An organization celebrating 75 years, FCCLA continues the mission of preparing youth to be successful leaders in their families, careers, and communities through Family and Consumer Sciences education.
In addition to the Awards Dinner FCCLA will be hosting a silent auction. All proceeds from this event will be used to develop a state support fund for states to apply to use to support new programmatic efforts or to assist in a significant time of need.
Dress Code is Red Tie or Professional Business.