About Dani Angotti
Hey everyone! My name is Danielle Angotti from the Freedom FFA chapter and this year I will be serving as a State Vice- President! I can't wait to get out and meet all of you but first I thought I'd share 3 quick facts about myself so you can learn a bit about me! I just graduated from Freedom High School and will be attending UW-River Falls to major in Agricultural Education. It is my goal to become a teacher and advisor and to continue to make a difference in the lives of others. I really enjoy animals. My favorite is by far cows. I own a heifer and a few steers. I show them at a few shows throughout the year and spend countless hours working with them at the farm. Apart from FFA I was involved in a lot of activities throughout my 4 years of high school. I participated in cheerleading, soccer, forensics, auto club, yearbook, band, jazz band, school newspaper and more! If it was offered I probably tried it. I really enjoyed staying busy and trying new things because I never knew what could come if it. I can't wait to meet you all and work with you throughout the year! Don't be afraid to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What has been your favorite thing about this year so far?
My favorite thing about this year so far is meeting all the members and seeing how much they have grown as individuals. I first got to meet a lot of members at chapter visits and at the Sectional Leadership Workshop and I am now returning for banquets and it is great to see everything that has been accomplished.
What are you looking forward to most in the coming months?
In the next few months I am most looking forward to the State FFA Convention, more specifically, I am looking forward to seeing the sea of blue jackets take of Madison, so we can hear amazing keynote speeches, recognize the award winners, and more!
What do you plan to do after state office?
After State Office I plan to further my education and attend the University of Wisconsin River Falls where I will be majoring in Agricultural Education. I believe the people that impacted me the most while I was in FFA were my advisors and I hope to make the same impact on students after I receive my teaching license.
What advice would you like to leave for FFA members?
The advice I would like to leave all of you is to take advantage of opportunities, you may be a little shy or nervous, but push yourself to try it anyways. You never know what may become of it or who you may meet. I know this quote is a little cheesy and over used but it still holds true, "You miss 100% of the shots you don't take" -Wayne Gretzky.