Delegates from FFA chapters across Louisiana voted on June 2 to elect the 2021-2022 State Officer Team. For the second time in its 92 year history, the election took place virtually via the Louisiana FFA website, an accommodation necessitated by the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. The annual State Convention happened in a modified in-person format on June 7 through June 10.
Fourteen candidates from around the state vied for ten positions. The candidates participated in a virtual State Nominating Committee on May 29-30 in which they faced an interview panel made of FFA members and agricultural industry representatives. The candidates answered questions to test their FFA and agricultural knowledge, developed and delivered speeches, and completed a group activity to evaluate their planning and cooperation skills.
Based on these interviews, the committee nominated a slate of ten candidates. These candidates were unopposed, and were officially elected on June 2.
The 2021-2022 Louisiana FFA State Officer Team includes:
President – Peyton Little, Winnfield
Secretary – Haley Faciane, Ponchatoula
Vice President – Kassidy Kelley, Ruston
Vice President – Bryson Johnson, Tioga
Vice President – Cesilee Oliver, Kinder
Vice President – Kylee Triche, Central Lafourche
Treasurer – Kennedy Pellerin, Acadiana
Reporter – Emmerson Lyons, Beau Chene
Sentinel – Parker Carlino, Winnfield
Parliamentarian – Abbygail Davis, Pearl River
The new team’s term will run through June 2022.
The Louisiana FFA Association is composed of 11,300 student members from 204 FFA chapters in 51 parishes. The FFA mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education. FFA operates under a federal charter granted by the 81st United States Congress, and it is an integral part of public instruction in agriculture. For more, visit the
Louisiana FFA Association online at http://www.laffa.org and on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Pictured below: Peyton Little left, Parker Carlina right