Our Team

Megan Hook, CEO

Megan's passion for Agriculture began in a high school Ag class where she got her first opportunity to raise an animal for the Fair. Her experience with FFA went beyond raising livestock. She also competed at the state level in the FFA Creed Contest, learned important life skills through the Farm Credit West Loan Analysis Contest, and delved into the world of parliamentary procedure as a regional officer for the Ventura County FFA region. Megan would also go on to serve as the Historian for the Ventura County Junior Fair Board as well. In her last year of raising an animal for the Ventura County Fair, she met her future husband – also an FFA member participating in Fair Week. Years later, they'd have children who would fall in love with the Fair too, first by entering their art projects, Lego creations, table settings, and baked goods in the Youth Building and later, when they were old enough, raising livestock.

A product of FFA, Megan knows first-hand the importance of youth Agriculture programs and the life skills and lessons they provide. She is passionate in her drive to support the next generation in local Agriculture.

Professionally, Megan works in the digital marketing space, with a focus on creating and curating content for major national brands, a variety of organizations, and retail clients alike.

Anthony Santos, Vice President

Anthony grew up on a 2000-acre cattle and sheep ranch in Glide, Oregon. He raised sheep and cattle through 4-H and FFA from 4th to 12 th grade. He started a registered angus program in 1991 that continues to this day with his parents. The registered angus program currently has 30 cows and they market their bulls across Oregon and California to commercial producers.

Anthony was a chapter and district officer during high school in FFA. During his high school career, he won many awards through leadership and showing his animals. He was a premier breeder many times in local and state fairs.

After high school, Anthony attended Cal Poly San Luis Obispo where he met his wife. He graduated in four years with his degree in Agricultural Business with a minor in Poultry. After college, he worked for a farm supply operation in Oxnard. Currently, he manages a large trucking company in Oxnard moving many different types of produce and dry goods throughout California.

Anthony and his wife have four kids who have raised pigs for the Ventura County Fair for the past 10 years and continue to do so. For the past 8 years, Anthony has been the leader of the Somis 4-H Club. He likes helping kids develop leadership skills and responsibility through 4-H.

Pamela Eppolito, Secretary

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