Chesney Davis is the District III Vice President of the Texas Region. He grew up in Pittsburg, Texas, and played baseball all his life. That was until he broke his face playing it, though it is still a big part of his life. While in high school he was very active in his FFA chapter, serving as an officer every year and later president. During his time with FFA he built several large projects, won awards, and eventually received his Lone Star degree, the highest FFA degree that Texas can give. He is also an avid hunter, outdoorsman and has been shooting since he was big enough to hold a gun. Currently, he a student at Northeast Texas Community College pursuing an engineering degree. At NTCC he is a Presidential Honors Scholar, active member of Alpha Mu Chi, and a math and biology tutor. He is pretty laid back, but serious when he needs to be. He doesn’t think that he has ever met a stranger and he actually finds public speaking very fun. Mostly, he enjoys spending time with his friends and family. Chesney is honored to represent his chapter as the District III Vice President for the Texas Region.