The vision of the Michigan Junior Angus Association is to provide the opportunity for youth interested in Angus cattle to develop leadership skills and form lifelong relationships through activities associated with the Angus breed.
mjaa board The 2020 officers, directors and advisors of the Michigan Junior Angus Association are: Seated left to right – Jaycie Brown, Pinckney, secretary; Kris Kosal, Deckerville, vice president; Amanda Kosal, Deckerville, president; Blake Pillars, Martin, treasurer; standing – Susie Brown, advisor; Michelle Kosal, advisor; Austin Pillars, Martin, director; Dylan Stoll, Grand Ledge, director; Justin Stoll, Grand Ledge, director of awards; Katie Romzek, advisor; and Lori Pillars, advisor. [/caption]

2019-2020 Officers

Amanda Kosal
Email: amandakosal@gmail.com
Vice President:
Kris Kosal
Email: jmkosal@hotmail.com
Jaycie Brown
Email: jsjbrown@yahoo.com
Blake Pillars
Email: clayknollfarm@att.net
Awards Chair:
Justin Stoll
Michigan Angus Rep:
Amanda Kosal
Email: amandakosal@gmail.com
Miss Michigan Angu:
Kinsee Lettinga

Board of Directors

Drew George
Kinsee Lettinga
Austin Pillars
Maggie Reid
Julia Sanderson
Hannah Schroeder
Justin Stoll
Dylan Stoll


Susie Brown, jsjbrown@yahoo.com
Michelle Kosal, jmkosal@hotmail.com
Lori Pillars, clayknollfarm@att.net
Katie Romzek, krromzek@gmail.com

Michigan Junior Angus Membership Form 

NJAA Ambassador Program

The National Junior Angus Association (NJAA) Ambassador program is designed to recognize one outstanding junior Angus member who will support the production of the Angus breed and the consumption of Angus beef on a national and international level through learning at various educational conferences and seminars. For complete details, click here.