Tennessee Cattlemen's Youth Association
Purpose of TCYA Ambassadors:
The purpose of the TCYA Ambassadors is to promote the well-being of the cattle industry, to further encourage youth involvement and cooperation in the cattle industry.
Interested in being a 2020 Tennessee Cattlemen's Youth Association Ambassador?
Applications due December 1, 2019
Katie is the 17-year-old daughter of Chris and Marie Whitted of Meigs County, Tennessee. Katie and her family own and operate a registered Angus cattle operation, Miller Family Farms. Katie is a junior at Meigs County High School where she is actively involved in 4-H and FFA, the golf team, and a host of other organizations. Katie is also highly involved in the Tennessee Junior Angus Association.
Sorrell is the 17-year-old daughter of Jeanie Garrell of Marshall County. Sorrell has deep roots in the cattle industry and raising Hereford cattle alongside her mother, and three sisters. In addition to raising and showing Hereford cattle, she is highly involved in 4-H and cross country at Cornersville High School, and a devoted advocate for the agriculture industry.
Jana is the 17-year-old daughter of Dan and Charlotte Owen of Lincoln County. Jana is the fourth-generation to live and work on her family's cattle operation where they operate a registered Shorthorn cow-calf operation. Jana is involved in 4-H and FFA at Lincoln County High School where she is a junior. She has been a member of several successful livestock, dairy, poultry and meat judging teams.