Meet the Angus journal team
Angus Journal editor, Julie Mais, started her career with the Association in May 2018 but has been dedicated to working in the beef industry for member-driven organizations for the past 10 years.
Coming from a background in the Business Breed, Angus Journal assistant editor, Megan Silveira, knew she wanted to work for the American Angus Association following a summer Angus Media internship.
Special Projects Editor
As an editorial proofreader for the Angus Journal, Angus Beef Bulletin, AJ Daily and Angus Beef Bulletin EXTRA, and updating the Angus calendar with sale dates, Heather Larson, helps breeders across the country stay up-to-date on industry news.
Corporate Sales Manager
Kathy LaScala grew up on a dairy farm home to a herd of Holstein cattle in western New York, and today she works along the Angus breed and members as the corporate sales manager for Angus Media.
Senior Associate Editor
Minnesota native Miranda Reiman has called the agriculture industry home for as long as she can remember. Her childhood was spent on a diversified grain and livestock farm, and after attending South Dakota State University, she found herself working with Certified Angus Beef for 15 years.
Behind each article layout in the Angus Journal is graphic designer Jaime Albers, who joined the team in 2018. A Saint Joseph, Mo., local, Jaime’s only experience with the agriculture industry was through a childhood friend with a family dairy in her younger years, but today she has fully embraced the beef industry.
Advertising Team Lead
Advertising Team Lead, Jacque McGinness, has been with the Association for 23 years. From paging the publications to taking subscription requests and sending out renewal notices and magazines, she helps oversee each issue from start to finish.
Advertising Coordinator/Graphic Designer
Since October 2020 Kaysie Wiederholt has been working with the Angus Journal and Angus Beef Bulletin as an advertising coordinator/graphic designer. Growing up on a cow-calf and row crop farm in Maryville, Mo., Kaysie is no stranger to the livestock industry.