2019-2020 National FFA Officers Elected

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November 2, 2019

As the 92nd National FFA Convention concluded in Indianapolis today, the results of the National Officer elections were made public for the first time. The new members of 2019-2020 National FFA Officer Team are:

President – Kolesen McCoy, Ohio
Secretary – Kourtney Lehman, Oregon
Eastern Region VP – Tess Seibel, Virginia
Western Region VP – Lyle Logemann, New Mexico
Southern Region VP – Yomar Roman, Puerto Rico
Central Region VP – Mamie Hertel, Montana

If you were there at the convention, share your own memories by hashtagging #FFA19 and #FFAonRFDTV.






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