Kristin Nesbitt graduated first in her class at Meridian High School in 2016. In high school, Kristin was a Varsity member of the Cross Country and Track running teams. She has been the President of the Meridian FFA chapter, a Boise Valley District FFA officer, the President of the Crafty Critters 4-H club, the Vice President of the Idaho State 4-H Teen Association, a 4-H Adventure Camp Counselor, the Vice President of National Honor Society, a Meridian High School Link Crew leader, a St. Luke’s Hospital Junior volunteer, and a member of Business Professionals of America. Kristin has shown livestock at the Western Idaho Fair for eleven years. She has shown sheep, beef heifers, dairy heifers, and meat goats. Kristin is currently attending the University of Idaho double majoring in Biology and Microbiology. She is very involved on campus participating in the College of Science Ambassadors, Peer Mentors, Volunteer EMT for Moscow Ambulance, Delta Gamma Sorority executive board, undergraduate bioengineering research, and working for the UI Student Senate as a Senator. Her career goal is to become a physician.
Parents: Quentin & Julie Nesbitt
College: University of Idaho
Sponsor: Idaho Power Company
$1,000 Rain For Rent = $1,000 IIEA Scholarship
Kristin was named the Don Billings Irrigation Memorial Leadership Scholarship Winner