Matthew Stansbury - ALCFES State Officer - President
Matthew is a senior taking French V at Zachary High School. Matt has attended ALCFES every year that he has been in high school, and is very excited to be leading this year's conference. He is planning to major in culinary arts at Nicholls. He enjoys cooking and playing the upright bass.
Ashlyn Haycook - ALCFES State Officer - Vice President
Ashlyn Haycook is a senior in French IV Honors at Saint Joseph's Academy. She plans to major in French in college and eventually teach English as a second language in developing francophone countries. Ashlyn is also the president of her school's Amnesty International club and enjoys tribal dancing and ancient Mayan culture.
Peyton Pollard - ALCFES State Officer - Treasurer
Peyton Pollard is a senior student at Catholic High School of Baton Rouge, and has completed all available levels of french class at his school. He currently holds the State Office of Treasurer. His devotion to the advancement of the French Language in Louisiana is exceptional. He plans to pursue the career of physician, and enjoys flying and tribal dancing with Ashlyn Haycook.
Bradley Jouty - ALCFES State Officer - Historian
Bradley is a senior student at St. Charles Catholic High School and is currently enrolled in 4th level French class. Ever since first learning French in 9th grade, Bradley has had a passion for French. He says that it open up new doors and allows him to interact with more people than he ever could before. He is left handed and loves to play many different kinds of music.
Dakota Harp - ALCFES State Officer - Secretary
Dakota Harp is a junior currently attending Alfred M. Barbe High School. He has been in the French Immersion program since kindergarten and is now taking French V. He has also attended ALCFES for each year of high school. His primary focuses are excelling in French, singing (in english and french), and playing many types of music of music on guitar, piano, and trombone. Dakota also plans to one day be a professional musician.