The chancellor of the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana started on a sharecrop farm in the segregated South of the 1950s. An FFA background launched his incredible journey.
Houston Astros baseball player Tyler White talks about his love for the sport and FFA.
The two-time Pulitzer-Prize winner got his start on a sheep and cherry farm in Yamhill, Oregon.
The first female national FFA president discusses her place in FFA history,
Award-winning National Geographic photojournalist Chris Johns says FFA gave him the life skills and leadership training for career success.
Ray Starling, the 1996-97 National FFA Eastern Region Vice President, recently received a new position within the White House, focusing on agriculture policy.
Country music Easton Corbin star talks with FFA New Horizons about the lessons he learned as an FFA member, the values that drive him today and the pride he holds as an alumnus.