Abby Johnson, Kansas FFA Vice President

Hometown: Salina, Kansas

Parents: David and Peggy Johnson

Chapter: Southeast of Saline FFA

Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE): Specialty Animal Production and a Diversified

Ag Placement

Highest Chapter & or District Office: North Central District FFA President

College: Kansas State University

Year: Freshman

Major: Agricultural Education

High School or College Activities: National Honor Society, Band and Choir, Student Council, SES Madrigal Singers, Varsity Volleyball Teammate, Member of SES Track and Field

Career Goal: Obtain a bachelor’s degree in agriculture education to become an Ag educator and FFA advisor at a small-town high school in Kansas or a neighboring state.

“In FFA, I have been fortunate to make so many genuine relationships with others. No matter what leadership position I have served in, I have found a way to connect with others and help them find what they excel at,” Johnson said. “This action I have taken has brought about positive change. FFA has uncovered my desire to help members, especially those that are shy or overlooked, grow into leaders that no one expected them to become. I believe that every member in Kansas FFA has a leader inside them. As a Kansas FFA Officer, I hope to create meaningful relationships with members from across our state and help them succeed by uncovering their passion through action.”

“In FFA, I have been fortunate to make so many genuine relationships with others.