Lisa Keither- Chairman
Lisa Keiter and her husband Dave live on a ranch in Laramie County and have six children. The two youngest, Emily and Gracie, are still close to home attending schoo and teaching agriculture. Lisa is active in the local community.
Lisa is co-owner of NexGen Feed solutions. They sell corn that is 93% digestible for livestock.
Outside of work, she volunteers at the local schools and church. Participating in FFA while she was in high school.
Tate Chamberlain- Vice Chairman
Tate is a born and raised Wyoming-ite. Tate graduated from the University of Wyoming with a major in Animal Science and minor in Ag Business. He and his wife, Tori, live in Casper on Tate's family ranch where he is working full time.
Rachel Hedges- Secretary
Bio coming soon!
Lindsey Freeman- Treasurer
Lindsey Program Director, Agriculture & Equine for Laramie County Community COllege. Since her time at LCCC, the ag department was received the Region I winner of the National Association of Agricultural Educators, or NAAE,
Outstanding Post secondary Agriculture Program Award.
Lindsey was a 2006-2007 Wyoming FFA Officer and taught agriculture in two Wyoming High schools before moving to post-secondary work. Lindsey is also a director of Wyoming FFA Leadership Camp.
Originally from Alliance, Nebraska, Jeff Garrett can claim several generations of cattle producers in his family. He and his wife, Cailey, now own a cattle operation east of Cheyenne, where they raise their our children. In addition to serving on the
foundation board, Jeff is also a member of the Nebraska Cattlemen Association, the Colorado Livestock Association, and the Wyoming Stock Growers Association.
After spending twelve years as a pharmaceutical representative working with ranches, veterinarians, and feed yards, Jeff decided to take his talents to the next level: he has contacts with farmers and ranchers all over the country, and a real-world view of what it takes to make an operation work in today's economy.
When not selling real estate, Jeff loves to spend time with his family: at the lake in the summer, and in the mountains in the fall. He also enjoys team roping as well as training young horses.