Alameda County CattleWomen

Promoting beef for over 50 years

Beef Ambassador Program

The National Beef Ambassador Program (NBAP) is a national, competitive youth public speaking program for the beef industry. NBAP promotes the beef industry and development of leadership skills in youth. The program spotlights the positive impact the cattle industry has on our economy and families.

Alameda County's 2011 Beef Ambassador Contest

The Alameda County Beef Ambassador Contest will be held 6:30 p.m., Monday, March 7th at the Alameda County Farm Bureau Office, 638 Enos Way, Livermore.

Junior Division: age 14-16 (Must be 14, but not over 16 by January 1, 2012)

Senior Division: age 17-20 (Must be 17, but not over 20 by January 1, 2012)

Prizes will be awarded to both divisions: 1st Place - $100; 2nd Place - $75; 3rd place - $50

For more information, contact Debbie Bradford at (925) 455-1262 or (925) 209-5764

Contestants: The documents below will be referenced during the contest. Be sure to download, study them and become familiar with the content.

Document 1

Document 2

Jessica Sweet Wins a Spot on the 2011 National Beef Ambassador Team!

For the second year in a row, an Alameda County Beef Ambassador has won a spot on the five person team that travels across the nation promoting beef and the beef industry. Great job Jessica!


Jessica Sweet






   2011 National Beef Ambassador Team

Alameda County's Beef Ambassador Jessica Sweet Wins California State Contest

On March 12th, 2010, Jessica Sweet won the Alameda County Beef Ambassador contest. She went on to compete at the California state contest in Galt on Saturday, April 10th and won that contest. Jessica will go on to compete at the 2011 National Beef Ambassador contest in October in Rapid City, South Dakota. Congratulations Jessica!


Malorie Bankhead and Jessica Sweet

The National Beef Ambassador Contest

The Alameda County CattleWomen are very proud to announce that our Malorie Bankhead won the 2010 National Beef Ambassador in Fort Smith, Arkansas on October 11, 2009 and is now a member of a five person team that travels across the nation promoting beef and the beef industry.

Congratulations, 2010 National Beef Ambassador, Malorie Bankhead!


To find out more about the National Beef Ambassador Contest, go to:

The California Beef Ambassador Contest
The 2009-2010 California Beef Ambassador Contest was held on Saturday, April 25, 2009 at Cal Poly University at San Luis Obispo. 

The Alameda County CattleWomen Association is proud to announce the contestants that represented Alameda County at the contest:

Katelin Bradford - Junior Division (14-16 years old) 

Malorie Bankhead - Senior Division (17-20 years old) 


Junior Division Contestants
Katelin Bradford is second from the right

Senior Division Contestants - Malorie Bankhead is second from the right 


Congratulations to the 2009-2010

   California Beef Ambassador!

       Malorie Bankhead



To find out more about this program, go to:

California Beef Ambassador Contest

National Beef Ambassador Contest