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Career Goal
Agricultural Educator and FFA Advisor
Why you wanted to serve as a State FFA Officer?
I believe we all have a purpose and that purpose is the same for each and every one of us. I believe we were put here to make someone else's life better. We do this through our passions and talents. My passion for agriculture and agricultural education has driven me to become a State FFA Officer.
What was your favorite part of the 90th National FFA Convention?
It's hard to pick just one thing. I loved meeting dedicated FFA members from all across this country. I got to meet up with some of my friends from Washington Leadership Conference. One close friend of mine from Washington Leadership Conference, Justin, is the State Treasurer for Virginia. It just so happened that Virginia sat right behind Wisconsin on the floor seating for state delegates. It was awesome to reconnect and talk with him in person. Aside from all the state officer and delegate stuff down at National Convention, I have always enjoyed hearing the National Officers retiring address. This year the National Officers did a wonderful job with their RA's. Their words are both inspiring and encouraging. Their message will most certainly live on.
What is your favorite holiday tradition?
Believe it or not we don't have many family traditions at the Pinchart household. Although one thing I have always enjoyed doing is the Easter egg hunt. I loved going to my grandparents' house and looking for the eggs. I remember one year we found 49 eggs. I overheard my Grandpa say "I think I hid 6 too many eggs this year and I'm getting too old to remember where I put them." Needless to say he found them 3 weeks later rotting in his house. A few years ago my grandfather passed the torch and now I'm the one hiding the eggs. I love watching my niece, nephew, and little cousins run around looking for the eggs.