November 6, 2023
Seven young people are at the helm of Indiana FFA heading into 2024. Erin Padgett says Indiana FFA is in good hands.
“Each state officer is a talented, qualified individual,” says Padgett, an Indiana FFA staff member. She and Skylar Clingan, also a staff member, guide the state officers. “They work together as a team, and both individually and collectively, they care about FFA members.”
Interestingly, not one of this year’s state officers grew up on a traditional farm. Yet each has a passion for agriculture and their own unique perspective, Padgett says.
The 2023-24 Indiana FFA state officer team consists of Kelby Roberts, Falmouth, president; Madalyn Denton, Mooreland, secretary; Conner Keeslar, LaGrange, northern region vice president; Blaine Wagner, St. Paul, southern region vice president; Caden Sixberry, Crawfordsville, treasurer; Carson Rudd, Flora, reporter; and Tanner Weakley, Lebanon, sentinel.
Learn more about each officer in the slideshow.
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