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2021 -2022 New Jersey State FFA Executive Board

State President - Abigail Goodenough


Abigail attends Delaware Valley University majoring in Animal Science with a focus on Livestock Management with plans to work for the USDA in animal inspections and raising her own herd of beef cattle. She served as the 2020-2021 New Jersey State FFA Vice President and Northern Burlington FFA Chapter Secretary and President and competed in a wide variety of Career and Leadership Development Events. This involvement led to her selection as the New Jersey FFA Member of the Year. Her SAE consists of working on her family farm through caring for the family beef herd and assiting in the production of corn, soybean, hay and straw crops. Abigail's hard work at her SAE has earned her the Beef Production - Placement Proficiency Award and Star State Placement.

State Vice President - Ivan Moore

Ivan is a student at Salem County Community College. While he doesn't come from an agricultural background, Ivan hopes to run his own business in the Agricultural Production field after participating in the Organic Farming Certificate Program at Delaware Valley University. He has participated in numerous CDEs and LDEs including Nursery and Landscape, Ag Mechanics, Milk Quality and Products, Forestry, Turf Management, Meat Evaluation, Ag Issues Forum, and Official Ceremonies. In his free time, Ivan enjoys spending time outdoors fishing, biking, and kayaking. If you can't find him outside, you can probably find him knocking down pins at the local bowling alley.

State Secretary - Emily Sadlon

When she entered 7th grade, Emily always knew that being a member of the FFA was something that she wanted to do. Since her membership began in middle school, Emily has participated in various events including Creed Speaking, Meat Evaluation, Livestock Judging and Quiz Bowl. She served as her the Northern Burlington Chapter Reporter, Chapter Vice President and Chapter President. Emily has said that her number one goal was to serve as a state officer because she has "always believed in serving others before myself and being selfless". These beliefs are what will push her in her studies at Delaware Valley University to one day become an agriculture teacher.

State Treasurer - Jonathan Finney

Jonathan attends Salem County Community College studying Agriculture Sciences. His greatest passion in agriculture is raising and caring for ornamental plants, which is reflected in his SAE working at an ornamental plant nursery where he operates the tractors, picking weeds from the potted plants, performing propagation, filling orders, moving stock around, and more. He has participated in many CDEs including Meat Evaluation Technology, Agricultural Business Management, Nursery/Landscape, and Agriculture Mechanics. When asked about what his year as an officer will hold, Jonathan says "the experiences that you gain, and the long-lasting relationships that you build are well worth the effort".