National Board Biographies

Haley Rosso, President

Haley Rosso is from Moose Jaw, SK where her family has about 250 purebred and commercial Charolais cattle herd, Rosso Charolais. She is currently working on her Elementary Education Degree at the University of Regina. Haley has been a member of CCYA since 2011. This is her third year being on the board, with serving as the secretary for the past two years.”


Evan Jamieson, Vice President

Evan was raised on a farm just south east of Calgary where his family has a commercial operation and small purebred herd of Charolais cattle. He has been involved in 4-H and junior shows since he was nine, and he has attended 3 CCYA conferences. He is currently attending the university of Calgary for a degree in marketing and is very excited for the opportunity to be on the National Board.


Tyson Black, Treasurer

Tyson Black is from Foresters Falls, Ontario. He farms with his parents under the name of Blackbern Farm. Tyson attends Grade 12 at Opeongo High School and plans on going to Lakeland College in Vermillion when he graduates. Since 2009, Tyson has attended the CCYA conference each year. Tyson enjoys farming, 4H and playing hockey.


Wyatt Burgomaster, Ontario Director

Wyatt is a third-generation breeder raised on Sharodon Farm in Omemee, Ontario. He is the second generation in his family to join CCYA, being an active member since 2009. Wyatt has been actively involved in showing and promoting Cattle across North America. He is currently enrolled in a marketing and design program at Loyalist College where he will finish his schooling in early 2022. Wyatt is excited to represent his province on the CCYA National Board.


Megan Perih, Manitoba Director

Megan Perih is from Dauphin, MB where she helps her family grain farm and raise commercial Charolais. She has been apart of 4-H for fours years and takes a huge interest in the cattle industry. She has attended two CCYA conferences and this is her first year being a part of the National Board. Megan is enrolled in the Veterinarian Technology program at Saskatchewan Polytechnic College in Saskatoon.


Justin Harcourt, Alberta Director

Justin’s family owns and operates Harcourt Charolais in Quill Lake, SK. He was actively involved in 4-H for 12 years and has attended 5 CCYA conferences to date. This is Justin’s first year on the National Board. He is currently in his second year at the University of Saskatchewan pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness.


Will Rosso, Manitoba Director

Will Rosso is from Moose Jaw, SK and grew up on his family farm, Rosso Charolais. Will recently graduated, from high school and plans to work for a construction company and operate his own insulation business.  He has attended 6 CCYA conferences and enjoys being involved in the cattle industry. This will be Will’s first year on the National Board.


Shae-Lynn Evans, Youth Coordinator

Shae-Lynn grew up on the family farm, Horseshoe E Charolais, at Kenaston, Sk. She is now a Registered Nurse working out of Saskatoon, and remains involved in her family’s purebred Charolais operation. Shae-Lynn has been involved in the CCYA program for 16 years and is excited to remain involved with such an outstanding program.