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    President: Andrew Seibel

    Seceretary: Jessica Herr

    Central Region Vice President: Karstyn Cantrell

    Eastern Region Vice President: Gracie Murphy

    Western Region Vice President: Ryan Williamson

    Southern Region Vice President: MacKenna Clifton

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    The National FFA Organization provides leadership, personal growth and career success training through agricultural education.


    Today, there are 735,038 FFA members, aged 12-21, in 8,817 chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.


    FFA members are in grades seven through 12 and college.


    FFA members embrace concepts taught in agricultural science.



  • Become a National Officer

    It takes a highly motivated person to become a successful national FFA officer—an opportunity afforded to few members. If you want to be a national officer, take time now to learn about your passions and gain a better understanding of what life as a national officer is really like. A life of glamour and glory—maybe, but the truth is that as a national officer, your life is non-stop hard work and continual commitments.

    Each state may declare one candidate for national FFA office annually. National officer candidates must be active FFA members, must hold the American FFA Degree at the time of election, and must retain active membership through their term of office. FFA members employed by the National FFA Organization or serving on a national FFA nominating committee are ineligible.

    The National FFA Commitment

    With more than 735,038 FFA members in 8,817 chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, the National FFA Organization has a strong presence as the largest student-led organization in the nation.


    The National FFA Board of Directors and the National FFA Officer Team work together on matters of policy, long-range strategy and fiscal oversight of the organization. National FFA staff implements their recommendations.


    FFA looks to its mission as it develops programs and creates opportunities for FFA members. National FFA staff is focused on engaging students, supporting advisors and telling the FFA story by growing leaders, building communities and strengthening agriculture.

    National FFA Officer Expectations

    The primary responsibility of a national officer is to serve the organization in local, state, national and international activities in a way that will inform, motivate and inspire FFA members, advisors, state staff, teachers and others to achieve the mission, strategies and core goals of the organization.


    National officers dedicate one year of service with the organization. The time is spent representing student membership during meetings with the National FFA Board of Directors, facilitating workshops that bring leadership and knowledge to FFA members, delivering motivational speeches and serving as advocates for FFA on a global scale.

    Celebrate National FFA Week

    Each year, FFA chapters around the country celebrate National FFA Week. It’s a time to share what FFA is and the impact it has on members every day.

    What better way to show your support of FFA than to get involved in FFA Week? Whether it’s in person, on the phone or via social media, be sure to share your FFA stories during #FFAweek!


    Future Dates for National FFA Week:
    Feb. 18-25, 2023
    Feb. 17-24, 2024
    Feb. 15-22, 2025