2016–2017 State Officers

Photo by R. Ibarra, Studio 5 Design

Photo by R. Ibarra, Studio 5 Design

The 2016–2017 Washington FFA State Officers from left to right: Secretary Corrina Davis, Treasurer Megan Gould, Sentinel Luke Moore, Reporter Drew Carlson, Vice President Tye Taylor, President Alyssa McGee.


Photo by R. Ibarra, Studio 5 Design

Photo by R. Ibarra, Studio 5 Design

Alyssa McGee, President

Home Chapter: Sumner
District VII

Learn more about Alyssa ›

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Photo by R. Ibarra, Studio 5 Design

Tye Taylor, Vice President

Home Chapter: Prosser
District IV

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Photo by R. Ibarra, Studio 5 Design

Corrina Davis, Secretary

Home Chapter: Ferndale
District I

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Photo by R. Ibarra, Studio 5 Design

Megan Gould, Treasurer

Home Chapter: Toutle Lake
District VIII

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Photo by R. Ibarra, Studio 5 Design

Drew Carlson, Reporter

Home Chapter: Stanwood
District I

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Photo by R. Ibarra, Studio 5 Design

Luke Moore,
Sentinel

Home Chapter: Colton
District VI

Learn more about Luke ›


Interested in becoming a State Officer?

Serving as a Washington FFA State Officer is an incredible experience and a great responsibility. As provided for in our constitution and bylaws, state officers represent all Washington FFA members to the board of directors, industry representatives, and agriculture instructors. You can learn more about the expectations of state officers in the guide below, or download a state officer candidate guide to  read about the election process and requirements.

 
This past spring, retiring state officers were asked to participate in an exit survey regarding their year of service to their state FFA association. The survey collected data surrounding their responsibilities as a state officer while also pinpointing other highlights of their FFA career. We are excited to present the findings of our research based on a representative sample of 54% of retiring state officers who responded.

This past spring, retiring state officers were asked to participate in an exit survey regarding their year of service to their state FFA association. The survey collected data surrounding their responsibilities as a state officer while also pinpointing other highlights of their FFA career. We are excited to present the findings of our research based on a representative sample of 54% of retiring state officers who responded.