The National FFA Organization and the National FFA Foundation have named Scott Stump chief executive officer of both organizations, effective in June. He previously served as assistant secretary of career, technical and adult education for the U.S. Department of Education and currently serves as a senior advisor with Advance CTE.

“On behalf of the National FFA Foundation Board of Trustees, we are both humbled and excited to welcome Mr. Scott Stump to our team. Scott brings decades of experience to the table, having been a part of FFA and agricultural education at nearly every level – including student member, classroom teacher, state staff and national staff,” said Ronnie Simmons, chair of the National FFA Foundation Board of the Trustees.”

Stump holds a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and a master’s degree from Western Governors University. 

 

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