Fulmer and Johnson Join Red Angus Association of America Member Services Staff
DENVER – The Red Angus Association of America welcomes Kaitlyn Fulmer and Stephanie Johnson to the member services department. Fulmer and Johnson will assist members with inventory management, registrations, transfers, REDSPro software use and data submissions of various types.
“Their enthusiasm of being a part of the Association has been evident from the very beginning,” said Halla Pfeiff, director of office operations. “Both Kaitlyn and Stephanie come to RAAA with industry experience and will help RAAA and its members propel forward. Their desire to serve the Red Angus membership is at a high level, with meeting each member’s unique needs being a priority.”
Fulmer graduated from Colorado State University in May of 2022 with degrees in agricultural business and animal science. While at CSU, she served as the College of Agricultural Services Council President, a College of Agricultural Sciences Ambassador, and was a member of the 2021-2022 Seedstock Merchandising Team. Her team won division champion pen of three Hereford heifers at the 2022 National Western Stock Show and reached new high-selling records in the annual CSU bull and female sale.
Fulmer has worked as a National Western Stock Show marketing intern, Black Hill Stock Show livestock intern and an Art of the Cowgirl intern. Aside from RAAA, Fulmer runs a solo photography business for livestock shows and sales. She hopes to start her own herd of beef cattle in the future.
“Working for a breed association is something I’ve wanted to do for years, and for it to happen right out of college was a dream come true. I’m looking forward to building connections within the Red Angus breed and throughout the cattle industry as a whole,” said Fulmer.
Stephanie Johnson graduated from Colorado State University in 2020 with a degree in animal science and a minor in biomedical science. During college, she worked on several cow-calf operations in northern Colorado, at horse breeding facilities and veterinary clinics. Her first job after college was working on a cattle processing crew for several feedlots near Greeley, Colorado.
“I am extremely excited to be working for the Red Angus Association of America alongside producers to enhance the breed and contribute to improving the livestock industry as a whole,” expressed Johnson. “I am looking forward to building relationships and being able to assist our membership in improving and recording their data.”
Outside of her career pursuits, Johnson enjoys being outdoors fly fishing, working cattle and spending time with family and friends. She and her husband live and work on a cow-calf operation.
The Red Angus Association of America serves the beef industry by enhancing and promoting the measurable advantages of Red Angus and Red Angus-influenced cattle. The RAAA provides commercial producers with objectively described cattle by implementing new technologies and utilizing scientifically sound principles that quantify traits of economic importance to beef producers in all segments of the beef industry. For more information, visit www.RedAngus.org.