Developing beef advocates and leaders for the cattle industry is the goal of the Collegiate Beef Advocacy Program (CBAP). Hosted by ANCW, the program provides an outlet for students to use their unique strengths to connect with consumers and peers to promote beef.
The collegiate advocacy program matches the vision and purpose of ANCW by ensuring the selected students strengthen their leadership and communication skills, establish career networks and enhance their knowledge of the industry. This experience will assist participants in furthering their passion for beef advocacy by providing top notch training, access to educational resources, and unique experiences.
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Meet the 2022 Team
Hailey Davis Woodruff, Utah email@example.com
Davis is an Agribusiness major with a minor in Animal Science at Utah State University (USU) in Logan. She previously has served as a Utah Beef Ambassador and is a member of the Utah Cattlewomen Association. Ms. Davis is the fourth generation on her family's cow-calf operation in northern Utah.
Rogers is an Animal Science and International Studies major with a minor in Agriculture Extension Education at North Dakota State University (NDSU) in Fargo. She is an active member of the NDSU Cattlewomen Collegiate Cattlewomen. Rogers is the sixth generation on their family farm in central Illinois where they raise cattle and grow crops.
Pfeuffer is from the small west Texas town of Christoval, where her family runs a commercial cow-calf operation along with sheep and goats. She is a junior at Texas Tech University pursuing an Animal Science degree. Jillian is a founding member and President of the Tech Cattlewomen's Association and also works as a tutor for the Techniques Center.
McGibbon is a senior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln studying Animal Science. The Arizona native is the fourth generation on her father's side and fifth on her mothers to raise cattle in the southern part of the state. While in Lincoln she is an active member of the Engler Entrepreneurship program, Sigma Alpha and is a founding member of the Young Nebraska Cattlemen affiliate.
Kristi Sproul, Program Director firstname.lastname@example.org Isabella, OK
Kristi grew up in a ranching family in southeast Montana and following family tradition made her way to Oklahoma State University, receiving her bachelors and master’s degrees through the animal science department. She is a Senior External Affairs Coordinator for the state’s second largest utility company, and serves on the board of directors for the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association as well as the Major County Cattlemen’s Association. Kristi and her husband raise commercial cattle and their daughters on land settled by the Sproul family during the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893.