Iowa’s Meyer ready for FFA leadership role
Abrah Meyer had a dream that one day she might play a larger role in the National FFA Organization. And just a few weeks ago, that dream played out when she landed the National FFA central region vice president position at the organization’s national convention in Louisville.
"It’s hard to believe it’s real," Meyer said last week.
The Iowa State University (ISU) sophomore worked her way up the FFA ranks in high school at Wapsie Valley, then served as a district vice president, was elected as a state secretary and then as Iowa FFA state president. The state FFA association eventually selected Meyer to be its sole candidate ...
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