State Officers

NC FFA State Officers

Each year the North Carolina FFA Association selects six student members to represent the association as a State FFA Officer. Throughout the year, this group has a variety of responsibilities. They are elected officials expected to represent the student membership during the board of director meetings. They are teachers of leadership and teamwork to regional FFA officers and chapter members.  They are motivational speakers who will inspire members and non-members to heights they did not think they could achieve.  They are communicators and public relations specialists on behalf of the North Carolina FFA Association building positive relationships across the state and across our nation. They are teammates to the other five state FFA officers and to the staff of the North Carolina FFA Association. They are learners, eager to absorb and grow to the fullest extent possible to fulfill their responsibilities.
Past State Officers
Regional Officers
State Officer Candidates
Sara Beth McLamb

Sara Beth McLamb
State FFA President

(919) 515-4206     ncffa.smclamb@gmail.com

Hometown: Raleigh   |   Chapter: Millbrook   |   Major: Agricultural Education

Sara Beth is a proud graduate of Millbrook High School in Raleigh, North Carolina. She currently attends NC State University where she is majoring in Agricultural Education and minoring in Horticultural Sciences.
 
Sara Beth was in FFA all four years of high school, through which she served as a chapter officer for three years, as a federation officer for two years, and as the East Central Region Reporter and Secretary her junior and senior years. She has competed in a wide variety of CDEs, winning 5 state-level competitions, including Agricultural Communications, Agriscience Fair, Marketing Plan, Extemporaneous Public Speaking, and Agricultural Sales. She has also competed at the national level in Agricultural Communications, Extemporaneous Public Speaking, Farm Business Management, and Agricultural Sales.
 
Sara Beth is a proud Ziglar Youth Certified Trainer, a program she completed in 2017, which has brought her opportunities to travel across the country facilitating workshops for youth. Aside from FFA, she is actively involved in NC State Athletics, Cru, and AEE Club, She is also a member of Sigma Alpha Omega, a Christian sorority at NC State. She also enjoys spending time at the lake, The Office, and road trips!
 
Sara Beth looks forward to her year of service as a state FFA officer because of her belief that one of the greatest gifts in life is helping others find their passion and voice in this world. One of her greatest hopes is that her life will be marked by her selfless love for others and service in helping others realize their full potential. She is a firm believer that inside every person is gold that needs to shine, but often times it is covered up by the dirt and lies that this world tells us. Her hope is to help remove those misunderstandings to help everyone become who they were uniquely meant to be!
Malachi Curtis

Malachi Curtis
State FFA Vice President

(919) 515-4206     ncffa.mcurtis@gmail.com

Hometown: Hickory   |   Chapter: East Burke   |   Major: Agricultural Education

Malachi Curtis is a proud 2018 graduate of East Burke High School. He is currently attending NC State University where he is majoring in Agricultural Education.
 
Malachi's journey in FFA began when he took his first agriculture class and instantly fell in love with agricultural education. He found a home in the agriculture classroom and knew that was where he was meant to be. He competed in numerous CDEs and LDEs over his four years at East Burke. His favorite was Prepared Public Speaking, as this allowed him to speak on subjects that he is passionate about. He also served as chapter Reporter and President, as well as Secretary of the Northwest Region his senior year.
 
Malachi's passion for agriculture began at young age as he would pass fields of corn and cattle, but was fully developed when he began his journey with FFA and agricultural education. Since then, he has owned goats and cattle for his SAE project.
 
When not busy with FFA events, Malachi enjoys watching baseball, spending time with friends and family, and binge watching the newest popular Netflix series.
 
Malachi is thrilled to have this opportunity to serve the members of the North Carolina FFA Association over this year.
Zannah Tyndall

Zannah Tyndall
State FFA Vice President

(919) 515-4206     ncffa.ztyndall@gmail.com

Hometown: Clinton   |   Chapter: Midway   |   Major: Agricultural Business Management

Zannah Tyndall is a 2019 graduate of Midway High School in Sampson County, North Carolina. She currently attends NC State University, majoring in Agricultural Business Management.
 
Zannah's FFA experience began her first semester of high school, where she participated in the Regional Leadership Conference and Forestry CDE. She has served as a chapter officer, federation officer, and Southeast Region officer. She served as President of the Midway FFA Chapter, Goshen Federation, and Southeast Region during the 2018-2019 school year. Her favorite CDEs are Farm Business Management and Extemporaneous Public Speaking, which have paved the way for her hopeful future career as an agricultural lawyer.
 
Zannah has been an active part of her family's farm her entire life. Outside of FFA, she has been a competitive clogger with the Southern Xtreme Cloggers for the past 11 years. During high school, she was a member of Beta Club, Key Club, and the Spanish Honors Society. She also loves exploring North Carolina and spending her free time at Topsail Island.
 
Zannah looks forward to serving the great state of North Carolina as an NC FFA State Officer this year. She is thankful for the impact FFA has had on her life and plans to share that impact with all NC FFA members!
Milosh McAdoo

Milosh McAdoo
State FFA Vice President

(919) 515-4206     ncffa.mmcadoo@gmail.com

Hometown: Efland   |   Chapter: Orange   |   Major: Animal Science

Milosh McAdoo is a 2019 graduate of Orange High School in Orange County, North Carolina. He currently attends North Carolina A&T State University, where he majors in Animal Science as a Cheatham-White Scholar.
 
Milosh has some exposure to agriculture throughout his childhood, but didn't find clear direction for his interests until he reached high school. His first impactful experience in FFA was competing in the Creed Speaking CDE at both the regional and state level and placing third in both. He served in multiple offices at the chapter and regional level, including West Central Region Vice President his junior year and President his senior year.
 
When Milosh isn't traveling the highways of North Carolina for FFA members, you can find him working with his goats, watching movies, or hanging out with his family.
 
Throughout this year, Milosh is most excited about helping members discover their own uniqueness, while simultaneously shedding light on their individual strengths. He hopes to fully invest in the experiences of members so that they can discover their place in the organization.
Harrison McLamb

Harrison McLamb
State FFA Vice President

(919) 515-4206     ncffa.hmclamb@gmail.com

Hometown: Roseboro   |   Chapter: Lakewood   |   Majors: Agricultural Education & Communication

Harrison McLamb is a proud 2019 graduate of Lakewood High School in Salemburg, North Carolina. He currently attends NC State University where he is majoring in Agricultural Education and Communication.
 
Harrison began his FFA experience his freshman year when his advisor expressed to him his potential as a student leader. While being a Lakewood FFA member, he has competed on his chapter's Poultry Evaluation and Parliamentary Procedure CDE teams. He has served two terms as chapter President and served as the Southeast Region Vice President during his senior year.
 
Harrison grew up on a farm, but did not recognize the valuable impact of agriculture and leadership until he joined FFA. Outside of FFA, you can find Harrison talking to friends, serving at his church, or helping his grandmother tend to her garden and health.
 
FFA has molded Harrison into a leader and speaker that aspires to impact the lives of students. He is thrilled to serve the North Carolina FFA Association by getting to know its members as well as the ways they live to serve!
Megan Amend

Megan Amend
State FFA Vice President

(919) 515-4206     ncffa.mamend@gmail.com

Hometown: Wake Forest   |   Chapter: Heritage   |   Major: Agricultural Education

Megan Amend is a proud 2019 graduate of Heritage High School in Wake County, North Carolina. She is currently a freshman at NC State University pursuing a degree in Agricultural Education.
 
Megan has been an active FFA member all 4 years of high school and began her service as a chapter officer in 10th grade. She has competed in a variety of CDEs during her time as a member of the Heritage FFA chapter and served as a chapter officer for 3 years.
 
Outside of the blue jacket, you can find Megan petting multiple dogs, doing yoga, and making new friends. She also enjoys cheerleading, listening to music, and spending time with family and friends.
 
Megan looks forward to making personal connections with FFA members across the state and allowing them to realize their full potential. She is excited to serve the NC FFA Association and hopes that she can have an impact on FFA members, just as past state officers have had on her.