Huber Chosen For National Ambassador Program

The National FFA Organization has announced the incoming cohort of National Teacher Ambassadors for the 2024-2025 school year. There will be 64 National Teacher Ambassadors representing 31 different states, as well as Puerto Rico.

From Wisconsin, it’s Emma Huber of Portage FFA.

The National Teacher Ambassadors will serve as the leaders, mentors, and trainers for more than 10,000 FFA advisors in the United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. They also can share feedback with the National FFA leadership about the changing educational landscape they are experiencing and how it can impact the National FFA Organization as a whole. The teacher ambassadors serve as a resource for teachers in their home states as well as those across the country, supporting other teachers in their professional growth and development.

“The National Teacher Ambassadors for FFA program is a unique program that informs and develops teachers while allowing teachers to help National FFA remain relevant with today’s educational landscape,” said Ambra​​​​ Tennery, associate director of educational development & evaluation programs in the programs and events division of the National FFA Organization. “We are proud of the design of the program and the ability for teachers to make lifelong friendships with fellow teachers across the country. The benefits of this program are far reaching and important to the overarching work of the National FFA Organization.”