2017-2018 Nevada FFA Secretary
Supervised Agriculture Experiences (SAE)
My favorite and most successful SAEs consist of horse exercising, landscape and home improvement, chapter organization and working on the Douglas County High School farm.
Favorite FFA Memory
My favorite FFA memory was at Summer Leadership Camp, where we competed in Tahoe Extreme, participated in leadership workshops, and attended Chapter Officer Leadership Training (COLT) workshops. Swing dancing after knee surgery and the lip sync were my absolute favorite parts. The whole camp is a memory I will never forget.
In my free time, I enjoy being active and being outdoors. I enjoy hunting, horseback riding, playing soccer, and working out.
I plan to graduate college with an Agricultural Science degree which I will use to find a job in the agricultural industry related to dairy and animal nutrition.
What do you want to accomplish as a state officer?
As a state FFA officer, I plan to increase member involvement and spread agriculture awareness throughout Nevada. I want to create a positive impact on chapters and members across the state.
“Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway." - John Wayne