The American National CattleWomen’s Collegiate Beef Advocacy Program was created for beef industry advocates interested in bridging the gap between the farm and the fork. This program connects the Collegiate leaders to the beef industry where they can have unlimited access to leadership, their peers, cattlemen and cattlewomen and beef industry professionals. And during last week’s Cattle Industry Convention in Nashville, Tennessee, a few awards were given out during the Emerging Leaders Luncheon.
Evelyn Brown, from Auburn, Alabama, is the ANCW Collegiate Beef Advocacy Program Chair. She explains what this program is all about.
One of the recipients was McKinzie Smith from Utah.
Another recipient was Haley Goodall from North Dakota.
And we also talked with recipient Elisabeth Loseke from Nebraska.
Each state affiliate designates their collegiate(s) candidate and working group chair. To learn more about the program, go to the ANCW website.