The Indiana State Department of Agriculture has a new Indiana FFA director after Assistant Director Samantha Miller was promoted to the position. Miller served in the assistant director role for nearly three years. 

“Sam has been a true asset and shining light to the Indiana FFA Association for many years, it was only fitting for her to fulfill this role,” said Bruce Kettler, Indiana State Department of Agriculture director. “She has extensive knowledge and background in FFA and agricultural education. We are excited to see the association thrive under her leadership.”

Miller will oversee operations for the 214 chapters and more than 12,500 members. She will also supervise the Indiana FFA Pavilion at the Indiana State Fair, coordinate strategic plan initiatives and lead the FFA Association Board of Trustees.

“I am so excited for this elevated role within the Indiana FFA Association,” said Miller. “The former director and my friend, Rob Hays, had a true passion for agricultural education, Indiana FFA and great plans for the association; I hope to uphold his legacy.”


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