Minnesota FFA president to lead by listening
The new president of Minnesota FFA plans to listen well in helping the organization grow.
Katelyn Ketchum of the Lewiston-Altura FFA Chapter says one of her strengths is being a good listener.
“I want to see where everyone else is at and really get my thoughts together before sharing, so I feel like my intention to listen means everyone else is going to help me throughout this year. But then also communicating, communication is key in a lot of aspects in our life.”
She tells Brownfield that will help the entire state officer team better lead Minnesota FFA in the year ahead.
“But then also as a team I think we are all super enthusiastic individuals that are going to be able to really put ourselves out there and help this organization become even stronger than it already is.”
Joining Ketchum on the state officer team are vice president Tyler Ratka of ROCORI FFA, secretary Alison Murrell of Braham, treasurer Mason Grams of Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart, reporter Miriana Eiden of Buffalo, and sentinel Mackenzi Kuschel of the Sebeka FFA Chapter.