Hannah Graybill, Kansas FFA Sentinel

Hometown: Coffeyville, Kansas

Parent: Terri Graybill

Chapter: Labette County FFA

Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE): Agricultural Education – I assisted in running a blog, Flat Aggie. I corresponded with farmers and ranchers to write reports on their operations and then share reports with teachers across the nation.

Highest Chapter & or District Office: Southeast District Reporter, Labette County Reporter

College: Kansas State University

Year: Freshman

Major: Agricultural Education

High School or College Activities: Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, Math Club, Future Educators of America, Kansas Association for Youth, National Honors Society, Theater, Student Council, Fawn Creek 4-H, CYM

Career Goal: Graduate with degrees in Agricultural Education and Agribusiness, then pursue a career as an agricultural educator and run a small beef operation.

Home is not where you are from, it is where you belong. – Beau Taplin

“Coming from a non-traditional background, FFA gave me a place to pursue my passions while feeling accepted,” Graybill said. “I look forward to sharing this experience to help members find their home. I am so excited to serve the association that helped me develop my passions and find my home with the people I love.”

“I am so excited to serve the association that helped me develop my passions and find my home with the people I love.”