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 2022 Michigan Junior Angus Association officers and directors L to R: President, Justin Stoll from Grand Ledge; Vice President, Ani Stehlik from St. Johns; Secretary, Katelyn Dargus from Buchanan; Treasurer, Blake Pillars from Martin; Awards Chair and Director, Dylan Stoll from Grand Ledge; and Director, Kris Kosal from Deckerville. Not pictured are directors Landon Marvel from Fowler, Julia Sanderson from Midland and Charlee Klink from Garden.

2019-2020 Officers

Justin Stoll, Grand Ledge
Vice President:
Ani Stehlik, St. Johns
Katelyn Dargus, Buchanan
Blake Pillars, Martin
Awards Chair:
Dylan Stoll, Grand Ledge
Michigan Angus Queen:
Anika Stehlik, St. Johns
Miss Michigan Angu:
Katelyn Dargus

Board of Directors

Kris Kosal, Deckerville
Dylan Stoll, Grand Ledge
Landon Marvel, St Johns
Julia Sanderson, Midland
Charlee Klink, Garden


Katie Adams, Sebeqaing
Kelly Dargus, Buchanan
Michelle Kosal, Deckerville
Lori Pillars, Martin

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.