2022-2023 State Officers


Sam Martin - President
Sam Martin

Holly Schmitt - Secretary
Holly Schmitt

Rachel Teunissen - Reporter
Rachel Teunissen

Kate Schaefer - SC Vice President
SC Vice President
Kate Schaefer

Sam Philips - NW Vice President
NW Vice President
Sam Philips

Ryan Wolf - NE Vice President
NE Vice President
Ryan Wolf

George Martin - SW Vice President
SW Vice President
George Martin

Annie Bower - SE Vice President
SE Vice President
Annie Bower

Mary Ann Fox- NC Vice President
NC Vice President
Mary Ann Fox

Photos Courtesy of Doese Photography

Events that involve state officers throughout the year: 

SLCDO (State Leadership Conference for District Officers); COLT (Chapter Officer Leadership Training); Iowa State Fair; Chapter Workshops & Banquets; GFU (Greenhand Fire-Up); National FFA Convention & Expo; Ignite/Amplify/Transform Conferences; Legislative Symposium; LDEs & CDEs; State Leadership Conference

Serving as a state FFA officer is an honor as well as a great responsibility. The year of service as an officer is an unforgettable one. The privilege of serving Iowa FFA members is an incredible, life-shaping opportunity that few get to experience.

Serving as a State FFA Officer

The chance to serve as a state officer comes with many opportunities to influence, impact and serve FFA members, advisors, teachers and supporters of the organization. These opportunities to lead and impact are invaluable and represent what the service to FFA is all about.

State Officer Leadership Continuum

This is a series of leadership programming developed and presented by National FFA for state officers to support their year of service.  This series of programming delivered in May, June, and July provides training in life management, presentations, social skills, personal goals and assessment.

Partnership Visits

Meet with agribusiness representatives and government officials - State officers also have the opportunities to meet with people that influence agriculture and education on state, national, and regional levels.

State Officer Summit

This is a week-long leadership conference for state officers from each association held annually in Washington, D.C. In addition to leadership development, participants develop an understanding of partner relationships and the initial phase of the national delegate process.