PHS Student Elected to DECA Executive Officer Team

PHS Student Elected to DECA Executive Officer Team
Posted on 05/07/2021
Marisol Tanguma was the Social Media Director for the Colorado DECA Association Officer Team. She is a senior at Ponderosa High School located in Parker, Colorado. As a four-time international qualifier, she has competed in a variety of events, including Travel and Tourism Team Decision Making, Franchise Business Plan and Marketing Communications. She is a two-time international qualifier in the Hospitality and Tourism Professional Selling event. She also served a two-year term for her local chapter officer team. Aside from DECA, she is the Vice President of Sources of Strength Ponderosa, and outside of school, cheer is her favorite hobby. Currently, she is an all-star cheerleader at Cheer Athletics Denver and has been cheering for over 11 years. She also enjoys hiking with her family and friends and learning to cook new meals with her aunts and uncles. She plans to continue her education by attending a four-year university and majoring in business/marketing. Her dream job is to be a marketing executive for an NFL team.

Meet the 2021-2022 DECA Executive Officer Team.
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