2024-2025 MJCA Board


Emma Eiken

Emma is a 5th generation cow-calf farmer from Russellville. She has been on the board for the past two years and has loved every minute of it. She hopes that by being a part of this organization she can not only learn and better her own herd but help teach those younger than her who love cattle just as she does.


Tysen Wilson

My name is Tysen Wilson and I live in Anabel, Missouri. I live on century farm where I am the 6th generation of agriculturalist. We run cow calf pairs, and feeder cattle, as well as have a row crop production. I started my own cattle operation in 2015 where I raise registered Hereford, and Maine Anjou commercial and show cattle. Agriculture has always meant more to me than just being a producer but working in leadership roles on behalf of the youth in agriculture. I am excited for another year of serving on behalf of the Missouri Jr. Cattlemen.

Vice President

Christian Siegel

My name is Christian Siegel. I am currently a Junior at Rock Bridge High School in Columbia, Missouri. I have been a member of 4H since the 4th grade and currently serve as President for the Woodlandville 4H in Boone County. I also served as a 4-H State Ambassador for the past 2 years and now serve as the 4-H State Representative for the Northeast Region. In addition to 4-H I am a member of the Columbia FFA where I have served as Vice President and Secretary. I have also been an Agvocate for the American Royal for 2 years, where I assist in educating youth about the importance of agriculture. I also show cattle, competing at the local, state and national level. I have been on the Missouri Junior Simmental Association Board for the past 3 years. I have been a member of the Missouri Cattlemen’s Association for the past 4 years and now serve on the Missouri Junior Cattlemen’s Board. I have a love for agriculture and pride myself as an active cattle farmer. In the future I plan to pursue a career in Agriculture Law.


Jack Norfleet

Jack Norfleet is a fourth-generation beef producer from Mexico, Missouri. Jack grew up on his family's beef and row crop operation in the southwest corner of Audrain County. Jack overseas and manages roughly 40 head of commercial cattle alongside his father. In the summer he enjoys exhibiting his show heifers at National, State, and County fairs. In the fall of 2024, he plans to attend State Technical College of Missouri and study Agricultural Business. After graduation he plans to return to his family's beef operation, sell show calves to young 4H and FFA members and start his own auctioneer company.


Ella Fischer

I recently graduated from Savannah High School and will attend the University of Missouri in the fall. I have been actively involved in sports and FFA throughout high school. I have served as my chapter president and Area 1 Treasurer. I am a member of the National Honor Society and FCCLA. I have grown up on my family's registered Simmental cow/calf operation and I have shown Simmental cattle for the past 10 years. I have attended 3 MJCA Youth Tours and participated in Cowboys at the Capitol. I am a member of the Missouri and American Junior Simmental Association.

Membership/Public Relations

Mikaela Rojas

My name is Mikaela Rojas and I am the 18-year-old daughter of Bryon and Alicia Rojas. I live on a small commercial cattle operation in north central Missouri where my family raises Charolais influenced and Red Angus cattle. I recently graduated from Linn County High School were I actively participated in extracurricular activities. I served as my class president, student council president, Linn County FFA Chapter president, Area 3 FFA president, and FTA president. I was also a member of NHS and FCA and also on the high school basketball, softball and track teams. I was recently selected to serve as the 1st Vice President of the Missouri FFA and as the Missouri Beef Queen. I grew up exhibiting steers and heifers at livestock shows across the county. After years of work, I was fortunate enough to exhibit the Grand Champion and Reserve Overall Market Steers at the Missouri State Fair. I find so much joy in working cattle with my family, helping my sisters with their show steers in the barn, and assisting my dad during calving season. After high school, I plan to attend the Moberly Area Community College to receive my Associate's degree. I will then major in agriculture with an emphasis in communication at the University of Missouri.

Region Vice President

Lanie Hill

Hello! My name is Lanie Hill and I am currently a member of the Missouri Junior Cattlemen’s association. I was born into the cattle industry, as I was raised on two multi-generational cattle operation farms. I serve a major role in my family’s cattle operation, where I devote my time to advancing our herd, and creating my very own path in this industry. Cattle are a huge part of my life, as I am not only active in our family operation, but also within the show industry. I show heifers and steers at the local, state, and even national level. I plan to spend my years as a Missouri Cattlewomen doing everything in my power to increase my personal knowledge and help serve those around me, and overall, better educate others on how important the cattle Industry is to this world. #EatBeef

Region Vice President

Allison Coats

Allison Coats is a 5th generation livestock producer. She raises and shows registered SimAngus cattle. In the fall she will attend the University of Missouri - Columbia, majoring in Agribusiness Management with a minor in Animal Science. Allison has been a Missouri Junior Cattlemen’s member for 6 years and previously served on the MJCA Board as Regional Vice President.

Region Vice President

Clara Wallace

My name is Clara Wallace and I am from Vandalia, MO. I am attending Kansas State University and majoring in Animal Science with a minor in Agribusiness. I have shown cattle since I was 4 years old. I exhibit my calves at local, state and national levels. I love going to shows and seeing all of my friends I have made through the industry over the years. I have since then grown my own small cow calf operation. In my free time I like to play golf and travel with friends and family.

Region Vice President

Kaitlyn Van De Wiele

Hello, my name is Kaitlynn Van De Wiele, and I am very eager to start furthering my experience in the agricultural industry. I am from St. Clair, Missouri and have been showing cattle since I was eight years old, starting with steers, then slowly working heifers into my operation. I have shown at the county, state, and national level with many breeds including Maine Anjou, Simmental, Chianina, and many others. As of right now I have 6 retired show females integrated within my family herd that I use to produce club calves of all breeds for local families to purchase and show. Although I spend most of my time in the barn with my show calves, I also enjoy spending time with my camera. Whether it’s in a ring somewhere, in a park with my friends, or even in the pasture with the cows I have a strong passion for photography and love every second I get to spend taking pictures.

Region Vice President

Aubrey Youse

Hello, my name is Aubrey Youse from Paris, Missouri located in Monroe County. I am the daughter of Clint and Lisa Youse. I have been a member of the Missouri Cattlemens Association for the past three years and in that time I have attended the MJCA Youth Industry tours and the MCA All-Breeds junior show each year. I am also actively involved in FFA where I serve as a chapter vice-president, FBLA where I serve as the secretary, Paris Patriots 4-H, and the Missouri Junior Shorthorn Association and serve as the Treasurer. I have shown cattle most of my life, with a recent interest in shorthorn cattle. I served for 3 years on the Missouri Club Calf Association Junior Board.

Region Vice President

Jorja Ebert

My name is Jorja Ebert. I live on a small farm in northwest Missouri with my family. I am currently a Sophomore at Polo High School where I am involved in various activities and sports. I currently serve as our FFA Chapter's Secretary and am the Vice President of our Student Council. I am on both the football and basketball cheer squads and am a two-time MHSAA State Cross Country qualifier. Outside of school, I am Vice President of our 4-H club and a member of the Missouri Junior Hereford Board. I show cattle on a local, state, and national level and am a member of a competitive 4-H livestock judging team. My future plans are to attend a four-year university after high school and explore animal chiropractic's.

Region Vice President

Chase Litton

Hi, my name is Chase Litton. I’m from Boonville and am currently a senior at Boonville High School. I’m active in 4H, FFA and NHS, having held offices at the chapter and area levels. I’ve been showing cattle since I was 6 years old at local, state, and national shows. I currently show, raise, and sell purebred breeding stock. After high school I plan to attend Oklahoma State University and study animal science with a focus on reproduction.