The National FFA Organization and Foundation have a new CEO. Scott Stump is an Indiana native with a background in agricultural education and the FFA. This role is something he’s been preparing for a long time. “I want a chance to expand the influence FFA has not only on the student membership, but our agriculture industry needs the next generation of leaders to be ready to step forward,” said Stump. “I was part of the FFA when we moved the National FFA Convention from Kansas City, Missouri to Louisville, Kentucky.” When Stump begins the job June 21, the 2021 National FFA Convention and the strategic plan will be two big priorities. Stump replaces Mark Poeschl, who resigned in January after leading National FFA for five years. Read more.
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