Cambree Miller selected as state parliamentarian for Wyoming FFA

By Ryan Fitzmaurice

Cambree Miller, a senior at Lovell High School, has been promoted to parliamentarian of the Wyoming FFA Chapter.

Miller has been showing at the State Fair since fourth grade. In all but one of those years, she has shown lambs, although one year she did show pigs. Pigs are more intelligent than lambs, though, and therefore more difficult to handle, Miller said, quickly causing her to go back to raising lambs. 

Miller has been a chapter officer at Lovell High School for three years, serving as the reporter her sophomore year, the president her junior year and this year the secretary.

Putting her name in for a state officer selection was no easy task, Miller said, with her having to make her way through several rounds of interviews. Becoming more involved in the FFA is worth it, Miller said. 

“Ever since I started in FFA, it’s been a real passion of mine. I’ve described it to some people as like a drug, “I just love it so much,” Miller said. I just like being a leader. I just like helping people. In my future, I want to go into ag education. That’s a dream and a goal of mine.”

Miller said state officers personally took her under their wing in the past, and becoming a state officer is a way for her to pay it forward. 

“That’s one of the most important things, getting to meet those younger members. You get to really make a lot of connections,” Miller said. “State officers have been really important to me in the past. I know they’re in my corner.”

Miller plans to attend Casper College next year where she plans to get a degree in agriculture and return as an agriculture teacher in high school, where she can be an FFA advisor. 

“FFA focuses on growing leaders,” Miller said. “It just really made me a really well-rounded individual. You have so many people watching you, being a good role model for those members. Agriculture is about helping neighbors and the community and being good people. It’s about the hard work and the dedication. Something about that pulls me in.”