North Dakota FFA Foundation adds new staff member

Staff reports
Farm Forum

BISMARCK, N.D. — The North Dakota FFA Foundation has hired Kayla Hart as its program coordinator and administrative assistant. Hart began her new role on Feb. 8 and will serve the foundation from its Bismarck office. Hart will work alongside Beth Allen, executive director of the ND FFA Foundation.

Hart, a 2019 North Dakota State University graduate, studied animal science and agribusiness, according to a news release from the foundation. “My background on our family farm along with my studies at NDSU are both experiences I’m excited to bring to the Foundation,” Hart said. “My background working in and studying North Dakota’s agricultural industry will help the foundation work with key sponsors and stakeholders efficiently and effectively.”

An alumna member of the Fessenden-Bowdon FFA Chapter, the North Dakota FFA is an organization Hart is already familiar with and knows well.

“As a former member of the North Dakota FFA, I look forward to facilitating opportunities for current members to have the same incredible experiences I had in my time as a member,” says Hart. “Knowing and being familiar with its mission, combined with my experiences, is what’s going to make my time with the Foundation the most exciting.”

The ND FFA Foundation is a nonprofit organization in North Dakota.