2014 - 2015 State Officer Team
Vice President of Operations
Vice President of Communication
State Officer Biographies
Ceana Radilla is the SkillsUSA Oregon State President. Ceana is a part of the Class of 2015 at Sabin-Schellenberg Professional Technical Center where she is in the Law Enforcement chapter. She is a two term State Officer and a three year SkillsUSA Oregon member. She is a two year silver medalist for CSI, and also won silver in Career Pathway Showcase, Opening and Closing Ceremony, and bronze in State Pin Design.
She hopes to go to a university in the South or on the West Coast. She plans to study law and hopes to someday become a lawyer.
Ceana’s best experience as a member, was getting experience with public speaking at SLSC and discovering that she really has a passion for leadership! She hopes to promote an amazing year of SkillsUSA and to focus on member appreciation.
Mike Boyes is a first year member of SkillsUSA Oregon and his State Officer position is Vice President of Operations. He is part of the Class of 2015 at Sabin-Schellenberg Professional Technical Center in Milwaukie, Oregon.
Mike is involved in the Law Enforcement chapter at Sabin and focuses on the Criminal Justice competition of SkillsUSA. He won a gold medal this year in the event and will represent Oregon at the 2014 NLSC in Kansas City.
Mike hopes to use his experience as a State Officer to help him achieve his goal of becoming a full time police officer. His plans after high school are to attend Clackamas Community College for two years and major in either psychology or EMT Basic. After attending CCC, Mike hopes to transfer to Portland State University to continue his major and earn a four year degree.
Mike’s goal this year is to ensure a great 2014-2015 State Conference and to ensure SkillsUSA Oregon runs as smoothly as possible./p>
Shela Joyce, Vice President of Communication, is a Sophomore at Roseburg High School, where she is also a chapter officer in SkillsUSA. Shela is the Vice President of the Japanese Club, a member of Interact Club, and a member National Honor Society. She has been a member of SkillsUSA for two years.
As a member, she received second place in the Novice CAD competition her first year and this last year she placed second in Prepared Speech. Oregon State University is where she plans to attend college and major in Mechanical Engineering. During her time in college, she wants to study abroad in Japan. Afterwards she would like to get a master’s in Prosthetic Design. Her career goal is to be a Prosthetic Designer. After earning this degree, she is considering pursuing her career in Japan.
Shela's greatest experience in SkillsUSA was her first meeting as an officer at her school. At this meeting, she helped teach the other members how to tie a rescue knot. She now realizes this is a wonderful representation of how SkillsUSA can rescue one from ignorance and tie so many different people together. Through the organization, she has gained many friends and many skills. She wants others to have this same opportunity and that is her personal goal as a member.