The newly elected North Dakota FFA President Breanna Hosman is eager to work with FFA members across the state. “We’ll have to get creative in how we impact members,” said Hosman. “That’s my biggest goal; to impact at least one FFA member the way the previous FFA officers have impacted me. I was heavily influenced by former State Secretary Madison Bodine when I was a Greenhand competing in the FFA Creed competition. That state officer gave me encouragement, which allowed me to be brave. Then, I got second place in the contest.” Hosman also has a passion for agriculture. She plans to attend North Dakota State University in the fall and pursue a degree in agricultural education. “I’d like to be a high school teacher in North Dakota,” said Hosman. “I view this state FFA office position as a precursor to that to learn how to interact with members and make a positive difference in their life.” Hosman is a member of the Hebron, North Dakota FFA Chapter.
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