The Decorah FFA chapter is proud to announce that one of its own members has been elected to serve as a 2024-2025 Iowa State FFA Officer. Creed Monroe was elected to serve as the Iowa FFA State Northeast District Vice President.

This prestigious achievement exemplifies the leadership, dedication, and passion for agriculture demonstrated by Creed Monroe, a shining example of the bright future of the agricultural industry. As a State FFA Officer, he will assume a pivotal role in guiding the direction of the organization, advocating for agricultural education, and empowering FFA members to reach their full potential.

“We are thrilled to see Creed elected as a State FFA Officer,” said Joni Bruvold, Decorah FFA Advisor. “This achievement is a testament to his remarkable leadership abilities, dedication to the FFA mission, and commitment to serving others. He has been a leader within our chapter throughout his time as a FFA member by serving as the chapter president, committee and division chair, and by serving as a student coach to help members prepare for leadership and career development events. We believe that he will continue to make us proud in his new role as a state FFA officer, and he will continue to enhance his leadership and communication skills.”

As a State FFA Officer, Monroe will embark on a journey of personal and professional growth, collaborating with fellow officers, advisors, and stakeholders to advance the goals of the FFA organization. He will have the opportunity to engage with FFA members from diverse backgrounds, cultivate relationships with industry partners, and inspire the next generation of agricultural leaders.

Monroe is the third Decorah FFA member to be elected as an Iowa FFA State Officer. Other Decorah FFA members who have been elected as an Iowa FFA Officer include Aric Yaw, 2003-2004, and Gabe Twedt, 2006-2007.

4.14.24 SLC State FFA Officer Candidate Creed Monroe Elected as State NE VP

Creed Monroe: Iowa FFA State Northeast District Vice President