AMBER BUNNELL - Vice President

  Amber Bunnell
Vice President
Seymour FFA Chapter


What influenced you to join FFA?

Growing up, I was very involved in 4-H doing art projects at the fair, but never considered FFA. When I heard about FFA from my brother, I wanted to join as soon as I started high school. At first, I wasn’t too active in my chapter because I did not come from an agricultural background. However, once I started showing dairy cattle and sheep at the fair, I was hooked and continued to do more things in the organization.

What inspired you to serve as a State Officer?

During my time in FFA, I helped others get involved, whether that was encouraging students to go to a conference, getting them started in their first CDE contest, answering any of their questions about FFA, or making sure they were included at the chapter meetings. Watching others grow in FFA and watching them see their potential in themselves fills me with joy. I wanted to serve as a State Officer because I want to help members take any opportunity that FFA has to offer so they can grow to be the next leaders in agriculture.

What are your favorite FFA experiences?

The first time I went to National Convention was one memory I will never forget. I was surrounded by over 60,000 members nationwide who were just as passionate about FFA as I was. Having the opportunity to watch FFA members walk across the stage because of the hard work they put into themselves was a huge eye-opener for me. Being at National Convention made me realize that I belonged in FFA and that I knew that I found my community.

What are your future plans?

I am a sophomore at UW-River Falls studying Agricultural Education. After college, I will become an Ag Teacher and an FFA Advisor.

What is something members should know about you?

I am a very bubbly person who loves to interact with others. I LOVE animals, especially cows and rabbits, and could talk about them for hours! Lastly, my go-to order at Kwik Trip is cheesy breadsticks with marinara sauce on the side and a nice cold bottle of Cherry Pepsi.

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