The Wisconsin FFA Foundation will be seeking a new executive director to fill the role after January 7th. The current executive director John Hromyak, has submitted his resignation as he will be stepping into a new role shortly after the new year.
Hromyak has served in the Executive Director role almost 5 years and has worn a lot of hats during his time. While he may never have worn the blue corduroy jacket he has done an outstanding job to support those who do and connect with all who care about and support agriculture education in Wisconsin.
“While I am very excited for John to embark on a new opportunity and continue the good work he does to support worthy causes, I know we are all going to miss his calming presence and tireless efforts on behalf of our organization.” says Jesse Kreke, Wisconsin FFA Foundation Board President.
John’s last day will be January 7, 2022. Look for more information to come from the Wisconsin FFA Foundation in the near future about filling the position. You can find them online at wisconsinaged.org/foundation.