Agribusiness Management and Law
Minor, Political Science
I raise and show market hogs at my county fair and am employed at a coffee shop and a real estate agency.
What do you hope to accomplish during your year of service to Missouri FFA?
During my year of service to the FFA, I hope that I am able to inspire and motivate members to do the best that they can in all that they do. I aspire to show kids that the FFA has endless potential for each and every one of them and that they can truly make a difference in the world.
What or who motivates and inspires you and why?
Future generations inspire me to give it my all every single day. We are in a day and age of empowerment, and we need to show younger generations that they have the power to make a difference, no matter how big or small.
What are your plans for the future?
After graduating from Mizzou, I hope to move to Washington, D.C., and to become a lobbyist who advocates on behalf of agricultural organizations and causes or a public figure for agriculture on a national level.
What is something unique or interesting that few people know about you?
Something unique or interesting about me is that I have five younger siblings, all of which keep me on my toes and teach me patience on a daily basis.
Advice to FFA Members
My advice to FFA members is to be true to yourself. No matter what you do in life, people will not always agree with what you do, whether it be parents, friends, advisors, etc. That means it’s up to you to choose your own destiny and to do what you think is right for yourself and the world because anyone can make a difference.