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Executive Board

Our Executive Board consist of our officer team, Vance Charter School adviser, and one student representative of the VCS FFA chapter. In total, seven members help lead our organization in the right direction. 

Per policy six, each FFA chapter we support is granted representation of their chapter by providing a officer of their chapter to represent their best interest. In addition, each chapter adviser sits on the executive board to advise on their chapter's achievements and needs.

In addition to our four officers, these other three individuals have an overwhelming impact on the success of our organization.

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Pearla Tabor is the Primary Vance Charter FFA Alumni Representative. She is the daughter of Lance and Heather Tabor, both valued assets to the Faded Blues FFA Alumni as active members. Residing from Henderson, NC and is a current sophomore at Vance Charter High School. Pearla describes her favorite CDE as being poultry judging as it helped her learn how to identify poultry and help lead her team to success. Since joining FFA, she has improved her communication skills and better learned how to cooperate with other people to foster a successful future.

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Londyn Whitehead is the Secondary Vance Charter FFA Alumni Representative. She is the daughter of Kelley and Shelley Whitehead, valued members of the Faded Blues FFA Alumni in their active roles. Being from Oxford, NC, she currently serves as the 2022-2023 Historian of the Vance Charter FFA Chapter and is a current Sophomore at VCS. Londyn has previously participated in Cattle Handling and says her favorite thing about FFA is the new opportunities it allows her to try. 


Kelly Meadows Dixon is the current Agriculture Education teacher, FFA advisor and Hunter Safety team coach for Vance Charter School. She received her B.S and M.S of Agriculture Education from North Carolina A & T State University. Mrs. Dixon has a passion for Agriculture and educating our younger generations about the history and future of Agriculture. She taught eight years at Granville Central High School before coming to Vance Charter to start a new agriculture program. 


She is married to Jason Dixon and they have three children Eleanora, Emelia and Evelyn. Mrs. Dixon was born and raised in Granville County.  Mrs. Dixon lives on a production agriculture farm where her husband is a commercial tobacco and produce farmer.

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