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Professional Division National Officers

David Jones 
Professional Division National President
CFO, Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission

David graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Delaware in 1999 and passed the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination in 1999. He began his career with the Baltimore office of the international public accounting firm of Ernst & Young, advancing to the position of senior auditor. In 2003, David was appointed by Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. to serve as Director of Administration, Finance, and Human Resources for Maryland’s Secretary of State in Annapolis. In 2008, David accepted his current position of Chief Financial Officer with the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission in Baltimore. David is active in several professional organizations, including the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants, the Delaware Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Association of Accountants and Financial Professionals in Business, and the Maryland Corporate Council.

FBLA-PBL History:
• Professional Division National Vice President, 2012-2013
• Maryland Professional Division member since 2008
• Maryland State Officer, 1994-95
• Chairman of the Maryland FBLA-PBL Board of Directors (2008-present)
• National state key contact for Maryland FBLA-PBL since 2008
• Maryland State Competitive Events Committee and State Leadership Conference Committee (Since 2008)
• Secretary of the Maryland FBLA State Advisory Council (Member 1996-2008, Secretary 1999-2008)
• State and national conference speaker (1997-present) and competitive event judge (2007-11)
Blake Reynolds
Professional Division National Vice President
Document Production Specialist, The Brattle Group

Blake Reynolds, originally from Buxton, Maine, is the Document Production Specialist for The Brattle Group, a leading economic and financial consulting firm in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Previously, he was the Document Production Manager for Calloway Laboratories, a toxicology lab in Woburn, Massachusetts. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management from Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Blake’s FBLA career started his freshman year of high school in 1999, serving as secretary and president of his local chapter and parliamentarian, vice president, and president for the state of Maine. He resumed his FBLA involvement after college by becoming a member of the Professional Division and taking over the Massachusetts State Chairperson position in 2009. Blake has strengthened Massachusetts FBLA through aggressive recruitment and marketing campaigns as well as corporate partnerships, including the New England Revolution soccer club and the Boston Red Sox.
Kelly Scholl
Professional Division National Secretary/Treasurer
Business Education Program Specialist at the North Dakota Department of CTE

Kelly Scholl works for the North Dakota Department of Career and Technical Education as the Business Education Program Specialist. As part of her duties in this position, Kelly also serves as the North Dakota FBLA-PBL State Chair. Originally from North Dakota, Kelly moved to northern California after graduating from the University of North Dakota with a Bachelors degree in Business Education. She taught Business Education and was an FBLA adviser for 15 years. While living in California, Kelly earned a Masters degree in Education from Simpson College. Kelly moved back to North Dakota in 2001 to accept her current position.

Kelly was involved in FBLA as a high school student. She was also involved in PBL during her college years and served as a PBL state officer. As a Business Education teacher, Kelly started FBLA chapters in two high schools at which she taught, and she served three years on the California FBLA Board of Directors as the Northern Section Adviser. She is also a Lifetime Professional Division member. In her current position, Kelly oversees and runs the daily operations of North Dakota FBLA-PBL. In addition, she has served two terms on the FBLA-PBL National Awards Program Committee, has been a presenter at various state and national conferences, and regularly helps out in competitive events headquarters at the National Leadership Conference.

Kelly is a life-long supporter of FBLA-PBL, and she appreciates everything that FBLA-PBL has given her over the years. She is eager to begin working with the Professional Division as the Secretary/Treasurer.