Former Prairie Heights graduate, Scott Stump, has been announced as the new CEO of the National FFA Organization and National FFA Foundation after an extensive search and interview process.
National FFA officials have stated that Scott is a terrific leader with credibility, vision and passion for and background in agricultural education.
Scott currently resides in Colorado with his wife Denise and their three children Brady, Ross and Emma. He holds a bachelor’s degree in agriculture education from Purdue University and an MBA from Western Governors University. His father, Ned, taught agricultural education for 37 years.
Scott will officially rejoin the organization beginning Monday, June 21st.