Key Member Service Roles are Filled at Red Angus

Posted October 16, 2023

DENVER — The Red Angus Association of America is pleased to announce two new staff members who have joined the Red Angus team. Julia Sanderson became a DNA customer service specialist and Andi Inmon has joined the member services department as a receptionist.

Sanderson is a recent graduate of Oklahoma State University, where she earned bachelor's degrees in animal science and agricultural business. Sanderson will work with the breed improvement and technical committees as they guide the department in developing and implementing tools to increase the reliability of Red Angus genetics.

“Julia's background in the commercial and show cattle sectors, along with her experiences in other agricultural industries, led her to be a top candidate for the DNA customer service specialist position,” said Lindsay Upperman, Ph.D., RAAA director of breed improvement. “We are blessed to have Julia join the DNA department from her hometown in Midland, Michigan, and hope she enjoys her promising career at RAAA!”

Inmon joined the member services department recently. From Loveland, Colorado, she is a 2018 graduate of Colorado State University with a bachelor's degree in animal science and a minor in business. She was a member of the 2017 CSU meat judging team.

“Andi has jumped into her new role as if she were a seasoned employee," said Halla Pfeiff, RAAA executive assistant. "RAAA's busy season has hit, and she has already proven to be a valuable asset to the team, willing to help in any area needed. We are excited about her joining the team and the assets she brings."

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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 using scientifically sound principles that quantify traits of economic importance to beef producers in all segments of the beef industry. For more information, visit



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Julia Sanderson Photo
Suggested cutline: Julia Sanderson, Midland, Michigan, has joined the Red Angus team as a DNA customer service specialist.

Andi Inmon Photo

Suggested cutline: Andi Inmon, Loveland, Colorado, recently joined the Red Angus Association of America staff as a receptionist.

Oct. 16, 2023

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Lisa Bryant, Director of Communications