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Visiting Officers


Tess Seibel 2019-20 National FFA Eastern Region Vice President 

Hometown and State: Roanoke, Va. 

FFA Stats Chapter: Lord Botetourt FFA Chapter

Enterprise: Diversified Agricultural Production; Agriscience Research

State Office: 2017-18 Virginia FFA State President


College Stats

Year: Junior

Major: Nursing

School: James Madison University

College Activities: Nursing Student Association – Community Outreach Co-Chair; Campus Ministry; Microbiology Student Success Facilitator

Career Goal: To be a nurse practitioner in rural communities. 


Gracie Wilkinson 2019-20 Utah FFA State Reporter 

Gracie Wilkinson calls the beautiful Heber Valley home, and graduated from Wasatch High School last spring. After competing in the Creed Speaking contest her freshman year, she was inspired to experience this “inborn fondness” for agriculture, so she got her own blue jacket and hasn’t looked back since. She is now attending Utah State University to pursue a major in Journalism and Anthropology, and a minor in Spanish. After her service year to Utah FFA, Gracie plans to adopt lots of rescue dogs, travel the world, and drink lots of orange-vanilla coke. She has an enthusiasm for life that is unmatched, and believes that an attitude of gratitude is the secret to a happy life.


Eion Stephens 2019-20 Indiana FFA State Sentinel

Eion Stephens is from the small town of Dale Indiana. He graduated from Tecumseh High School last spring. During High School Eion spent all of his time in the Ag. room and the pool. He spent his summers buying, repairing, and selling small engines equipment as well as building demolition derby cars. His future plans are to attend Purdue University to major in Agriculture Systems Management with a minor in Agriculture Economics.


Shalani Wilcox 2019-20 Idaho FFA State Vice President

Hey Everyone! My name is Shalani Wilcox, and I am the 2019-2020 Idaho FFA State Vice President. Some fun facts about me are that I have grown up on a farm and ranch my whole life raising beef cattle and potatoes (very stereotypical Idahoan). I love camping and hiking, and I am a huge fan of dad jokes. I graduated from Madison High School last year, and I will be attending the College of Southern Idaho this fall to study Animal Science. I’m very excited to spend my first ever time in Alaska with FFA members!


Brooke Corliss 2019-20 Colorado FFA State Executive Committee Member

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