Meet your new 2022-23 National FFA officer team!

New officers were announced at the 95th National FFA Convention and Expo.


Six new officers were elected at the 95th annual National FFA Convention and Expo this year in Indianapolis, Indiana.

2022-23 National FFA Officers:

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Andrew Seibel of Virginia was elected National President.

Jessica Herr of Pennsylvania was elected National Secretary.

Ryan Williamson of Texas was elected Western Region Vice President.

MacKenna Clifton of North Carolina was elected Southern Region Vice President.

Karstyn Cantrell of Oklahoma was elected Central Region Vice President.

Gracie Murphy of Illinois was elected Eastern Region Vice President.

The 2021-22 National FFA Officers:


Cole Baerlocher (Washington) - President

Jackson Sylvester (Delaware) - Secretary

Cortney Zimmerman (Wisconsin) - Central Region Vice President

Mallory White (Kentucky) - Eastern Region Vice President

Josiah Cruikshank (Oregon) - Western Region Vice President

Erik Robinson (Georgia) - Southern Region Vice President

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