Vice President, Government Affairs Justin Oldfield
Justin Oldfield is the California Cattlemen’s Association’s Vice President of Government Relations. The well-rounded agriculture experience that Justin adds to CCA is vital to the cattle industry, as his job provides California ranchers, feeders and public lands permittees a clear voice in local, state and regulatory affairs. Beginning his work with CCA in April of 2007, Justin is responsible for legislative and regulatory issues, including air, water and climate change, public lands issues and feeder issues and works with Margo Parks to make up CCA's Government Relations Team.
Justin and his wife, Julia, and son, Jackson, live on their family farm in Elk Grove, where they raise cattle, thoroughbred racehorses, nursery stock, wine grapes and hay.
Justin is a California State University, Sacramento, graduate. With a bachelors of arts in Government and International Relations, his past experience includes working for a large federal and state contractor, specializing in environmental remediation, water resources and public works projects. Justin has also worked on various high-profile government projects that taught him the regulatory process and about the many rules and regulations found in state and federal law.
Justin Oldfield can be reached at (916) 444-0845 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.