American Junior Brahman Association members, youth up to 21 years of age, grow their passion for Brahman cattle and the ranching industry.

Today’s Juniors, Tomorrow’s Leaders

Established in 1980, AJBA currently has more than 1,400 members from across the United States. Junior members involved in AJBA gain valuable leadership skills and knowledge of the Brahman breed. 


The organization is led by AJBA-elected youth, who are elected each year during the All American National Junior Show. Each state is given seats based on their membership, and directors are elected within their state.


AJBA Junior Board members represent the organization to the best of their ability, provide assistance at AJBA and ABBA events, as well as serve as the voice of the AJBA membership.

2023-2024 AJBA Board of Directors

President: Callie Welty, Texas

Vice President: Sorrel White, Florida

Secretary: Madison Rau, Texas

Treasurer: Chloe Briggs, Florida

Reporter: Kayci Jo Krause, Arkansas

Ex-Officio: Ty Hebert, Louisiana


Bailey Malone, Arkansas

Lilly Grace Larson, Florida

Wyatt Haney, Florida

Addison Kate Hammonds, Oklahoma

Isaac Duhon, Louisiana

Klaire Fontenot, Louisiana

Redi Lovell, Louisiana

Claire Plaisance, Louisiana

Zach Mosley, Mississippi

Julian Chavez, Mississippi

Brooke Wanjura, Texas

Gracie Lambright, Texas

Scholarships & Awards

To support and encourage the next generation of American Brahman breeders, AJBA presents several scholarships and awards each year.

All American National Junior Show

The highly-anticipated main event for AJBA is the All American National Junior Show. Held each summer, the show combines competitive events in the showring with a variety of educational contests.