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  2012-2013 NATIONAL FFA OFFICERS
 
By: Texas FFA
November 01, 2012

 
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President
Clay Sapp, Florida



Secretary
Kalie Hall, Georgia



Eastern Region Vice President
Joenelle Futrell, Kentucky



Central Region Vice President
Brennan Costello, Nebreska



Southern Region Vice President
Wiley Bailey, Alabama



Western Region Vice President
Lindsey Anderson, California

Collectively, they will travel more than 100,000 miles throughout the country as they engage top leaders in business, government and education and lead a host of personal growth and leadership training seminars for FFA members.

The team will also help set policies that will shape the future of the National FFA Organization and promote agricultural literacy in general.

Nominees for national office must first qualify at the state level to represent their state FFA association. They must submit a detailed application that highlights their academic accomplishments and showcases contributions to their local communities. Those seeking national office must also submit an essay that explains their desire to be elected to national office.

At the national FFA convention, candidates participate in five rounds of interviews, take an in-depth written test and complete two writing exercises. A panel of nine state FFA officers comprises a nominating committee that recommends the six national FFA officers to a group of 450 FFA convention delegates.

 
 
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