Home Local News Presley Cummins, Summer Gilbreath, Sydnee Neal, and Kara Tifft of the Como-Pickton FFA Chapter to Serve as Foundation Ambassadors

Presley Cummins, Summer Gilbreath, Sydnee Neal, and Kara Tifft of the Como-Pickton FFA Chapter to Serve as Foundation Ambassadors




Presley Cummins, Summer Gilbreath, and Kara Tifft, of the Como-Pickton FFA Chapter will serve as Texas FFA Foundation Ambassadors at the 91st annual Texas FFA State Convention held July 15-19 in Fort Worth. Sydnee Neal has been selected to serve as a Sr. Foundation Ambassador at the Texas FFA Convention.

Cummins, Gilbreath, and Tifft were one of more than 65 Texas FFA members selected to serve as a Foundation Ambassadors. The Foundation Ambassador program serves as the official liaison to sponsors, special guests and dignitaries on behalf of the Texas FFA during the annual Texas FFA Convention. Neal is one of 20 FFA members chosen to serve as a returning Ambassador; where she will continue serving as a liaison, and mentor for first year Ambassadors and sponsors.

Ambassadors and Sr. Ambassadors went through a competitive application process, and upon arrival at convention will receive an extensive two-day training specifically focused on donor relations, personal skills development and professional networking. Foundation Ambassadors have studied the history of the Texas FFA Association, Texas FFA Foundation and the records of sponsors’ commitments to agricultural education and the Texas FFA.

Many Ambassadors are matched up with representatives from the Texas FFA Foundation corporate sponsors and individual donors, while others will assist in the logistics of the annual VIP Breakfast or help organize sponsors’ availability for stage appearances during convention general sessions.

During the annual convention, more than $2 million in scholarships will be awarded and more than 2,500 students will be recognized on stage for their accomplishments at the state level.

The 90th annual Texas FFA Convention recorded approximately 12,000 members and guests. Members of the state’s largest agricultural youth leadership organization will spend the week attending leadership workshops, participating in events and activities, being recognized for their achievements, and serving as the legislative body for the Texas FFA Association.

The Texas FFA is the nation’s largest state FFA association with a membership of more than 129,000. FFA gives students the opportunity to apply practical classroom knowledge to real world experiences through local, state and national competitions. For more information about the Texas FFA, visit www.mytexasffa.org.



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