Delegates

The State FFA Delegate Experience ensures that the California Association of FFA remains a grassroots organization that serves students at the local level.

Held in conjunction with the annual State FFA Leadership Conference, the experience brings together over 600 student leaders from across the state. The delegation comprises two voting delegates from each chartered FFA chapter (338 chapters) along with 13 State FFA Executive Committee members. Students convene to share ideas and perspectives that will ensure the continued progress of the Association.

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2021 Delegate Assignments

Check out the State FFA Leadership Conference delegate information posted below!

Delegate Committee Chairs

Delegate Assignments

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2021 Delegate Business

Amendments and other delegate business will be posted following the spring Executive Committee meeting.

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Committee Area 1: Awards Committee

Committee Area 1: Awards Committee 

AWARDS COMMITTEE Chaired by Isabella Ribiero - Tulare FFA

Courtesy Corp Chair - Devin Stout, Galt FFA

Objective: Interview, score, and select recipients of the following awards: Golden Owl, Star Administrator, Star Counselor, Star Supporting Staff, Star Reporter, National Chapter, and Webpage. Please develop/use questions for interviews as your guide.

    1.1 Golden Owl (Subcommittee Chair, Annie Peterson - Healdsburg FFA)

    1.2 Star Administrator (Subcommittee Chair, Piper Lakey - McArthur FFA)

    1.3 Star Counselor (Subcommittee Chair, Brenna Galloway – Porterville FFA)

    1.4 Star Supporting Staff (Subcommittee Chair, Lesly Machado - Madera FFA)

    1.5 Star Reporter (Subcommittee Chair, Noelle Otis - Imperial FFA)

    1.6 National Chapter (Subcommittee Chair, Devon Pastor - Oakdale FFA)

    1.7 Webpage (Subcommittee Chair, Jeremy Minniear - Temecula St. Jeanne FFA)

Committee Area 2: Program of Activities

Committee Area 2: Program of Activities

2.1 INCLUSION & BELONGING  Chaired by Makena Stanisai, Temecula – St Jeanne FFA

Courtesy Corp Chair – Juilianna Contreras, Merced – El Capitan FFA

Objective: Develop concepts and systems to better ensure that the FFA is being an inclusive organization where students feel like they belong at all levels (State, Region, Section, Chapter).

2.1.1 Broadening Chapter Opportunities (Subcommittee Chair, Desiree Prado - Galt FFA)

2.1.2 Facilitating belonging in FFA Conferences (Subcommittee Chair, Damon Gallegos – Fallbrook FFA)

2.1.3 Improving Equity in CDEs (Subcommittee Chair, Princesa Ceballo – Porterville - Monache FFA)

 

2.2 SAE FOR ALL  Chaired by Omar Lopez - Madera FFA

Courtesy Corps Chair - Riley Lopez, Le Grand FFA

Objective: Enhancing existing SAE projects, while also identifying new projects that target the interests and growth of all students.

2.2.1 Enhancing Cooperative SAEs (Subcommittee Chair - Nicole Carter, Oakdale FFA)

2.2.2 Promoting Foundational SAEs (Subcommittee Chair - Samantha Albiani - Elk Grove FFA)

2.2.3 Developing Urban SAEs (Subcommittee Chair - Colby Galassi - Watsonville FFA)

 

2.3 LOCAL ACTIVITIES & RESOURCES  Chaired by Chevelle Clark, Phelan – Serrano FFA

Courtesy Corp Chair – Michael Luellen, Calipatria FFA

Objective: Craft ideas that can be implemented to improve local activities and resources in ways that benefit the chapter and individual members.

2.3.1 Facilitating Quality FFA Meetings (Subcommittee Chair, Morelia Vierya Santana - Madera FFA)

2.3.2 Engaging in meaningful recruitment events (Subcommittee Chair, Savannah Grove - Sonora – La Habra FFA)

2.3.3 Creating purposeful online events (Subcommittee Chair, Brandon Sweat - Galt FFA)

2.3.4 Hosting virtual banquets and award ceremonies (Subcommittee Chair, Brayton Stenberg, O’ Neals – Minarets FFA)

 

2.4 MIDDLE SCHOOL OPPORTUNITIES  Chaired by Sophie Albiani - Elk Grove FFA

Courtesy Corp Chair - Donovan Macias, Bakersfield Frontier FFA

Objective: Determine what events middle school students can attend and how to bridge the gap between middle and high school members.

2.4.1 Leadership Development Events for middle schools (Subcommittee chair - Elizabeth Reed, Coast Union FFA)

2.4.2 Career Development Events for middle schools (Subcommittee chair – Cadence Lommori, Fortuna FFA)

2.4.3 Building connections between middle school and high school (Subcommittee chair – Luz Rios, Brawley FFA)

 

2.5 CAREER CONNECTIONS  Chaired by Sierra Short - Rancho San Juan FFA

Courtesy Corp Chair - Michaela Mederos, Tulare FFA

Objective: Identify ways to further build industry applicability, personal skill growth, and additional items relevance to existing events and activities of California FFA.

2.5.1 Enhancing Career Relevance in CDEs (Subcommittee Chair, Mallory Sutherland – Bakersfield Frontier FFA)

2.5.2 Enhancing career skills in SAEs (Samuel Jimenez - Madera FFA)

2.5.3 Enhancing interpersonal skills through leadership conferences (Emily Winningham – Ukiah FFA)

2.5.4 Promoting agricultural careers through FFA activities (Abby Bianchi - Hollister FFA)

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