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  QUETTA WOODALL  
     
     
  Northeast Area VP
Quetta Woodall
qwoodall@okffa.org

Chapter:
Afton

Letter to the Members:
My name is Quetta Woodall, and I am honored to serve the Oklahoma FFA Association as the 2021-22 Northeast Area vice president.

I was born and raised in a small town, Afton, Oklahoma, in the northeast corner of the state, where I attended Afton Public Schools from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.

At home, there was never a dull moment. My parents, Shelli Strong and Calvin Woodall, blessed me with four siblings, Kelsi, Emily, Clayton and Dixie, who I can always count on for adventure, laughter and love. They inspire me every day to act selflessly and to always be myself.

Growing up, more often than not, I could be found on the basketball court or behind home plate on a softball diamond. From the age of 7 to 17, I was heavily involved in softball and basketball, spending the majority of my time practicing and playing throughout the year. During the summer, what limited free time I had was invested with my family, camping by the river, sitting in a church service or at a motorsports event.

From big block engines to sporting events, I tried to find my calling for a future. As a young girl, my dreams were to be a NASCAR driver, professional athlete or a musician. It wasn’t until I became an FFA member that I realized what my true passion was.

Although I had older siblings who were active in FFA, I did not truly understand the impact that this organization had until I walked into the agricultural education building for the first time. It was there I was blessed to experience the impact firsthand and step into opportunities that would not have been possible without this organization and my ag instructor, Joe Wright. Throughout my time in the blue and gold, I participated in the Agronomy CDE, Prepared Public Speaking, Opening and Closing Ceremonies and Livestock Evaluation. I will be forever grateful for my time in this organization. It helped me turn my passion into a future career. Although it isn’t NASCAR or professional athletics, I could not be more thankful to have gained a passion for growing agriculturally grounded leaders and this incredible organization surrounding it.

I am pursuing a degree in agricultural education at Oklahoma State University. I hope to become an agricultural education instructor and affect the lives of students just as my ag instructor did mine.

My Favorites:
Drink: Dr. Pepper
Movie: Napoleon Dynamite
FFA Activity: Agronomy CDE
Sport: Basketball
TV Show: The Office
Color: Royal Blue
Animal: Dog
Vehicle: 1966 Ford Bronco
Instrument: Ukulele
Vacation Destination: Lake Tahoe
Snack: Popcorn and cheese
Candy: Reese’s
     
     
 
     
     
 
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