Region II Vice President
(Albany, Platte, Goshen & Laramie Counties)
Region III Vice President (Natrona, Johnson, Converse & Niobrara Counties)
Region IV Vice President
(Teton, Sublette, Lincoln, Uinta, Sweetwater & Carbon Counties)
Executive Vice President
Jim is a native of Rock Springs and a lifelong sheep rancher in southwestern Wyoming. He has served as President of the American Sheep Industry Association and President of the National Public Lands Council. He has represented agriculture on numerous national, state and local councils and advisory boards. Prior to assuming the position of Executive Vice President of WSGA, he served as Director of the Wyoming Office of State Lands and Investments. Jim took over the reigns at WSGA in December of 1998.
Call on Jim for: Issue-related questions, comments and updates related to state or national agriculture issues, and information/input on the Association's policies and directives.
Contact Jim at: email@example.com
Dani Wiblemo Office Manager
Dani joins the team at WSGA as the Office Manager. She recently moved back to Wyoming after two decades in Washington, DC. Dani worked as Office Manager for the Center for Democracy and Technology prior to her five years with Connections Media LLC.
Dani is originally from Casper and now lives in Cheyenne with her husband Tom and their two children.
Contact Dani at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Communication, Publications and Programs Director
Haley is a native of Big Piney, Wyoming where she grew up on the family ranch, Murdock Land & Livestock, in western Wyoming. While at home on the ranch she was active in the historic Green River Drift as well as 4-H for ten years, showing horses and beef cattle. In 2013 she graduated from the University of Wyoming with a B.S. in Agricultural Communications.
Haley began work with WSGA in May of 2013 and graduated from the Wyoming L.E.A.D. Program in Class XIII in 2015.
Call on Haley for: Publications (e-BULLetin & No Bull Sheet), news and media relations, social media efforts, www.realranchers.com, WSGA Internship Programs (Summer Internship Program and Rangeland Internship Program), special events, programs and partnership opportunities.
Contact Haley at:email@example.com
Editor, Cow Country Magazine
Liz worked for the Wyoming Stock Growers for four years as the Communication and Publications Director. She now works beside her husband, Tyler on their family farm in Wheatland, Wyo. and helps WSGA with various events throughout the year.
Call on Liz for: Advertising and content for Cow Country Magazine
Contact Liz at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Former WSGA Employee & Contractor for Grants and WSGA Outreach Internship Program
Kosha, her husband Brian and son Finn welcomed twins into their family in January of 2014. She has left WSGA to care for her children and raise a wonderful family. We will miss her, but look forward to watching her family grow!
Best of luck to you, Kosha! Kosha was born and raised on a farm/ranch outside of Albin, Wyoming. She attended college at Northwest College in Powell, WY and Kean University in Union, NJ and earned a B.A. in Communications. After working for two years on a ranch in the Nebraska Sandhills, she moved to Cheyenne in 2003 in order to marry her husband Brian. She began working at WSGA in October of 2003.
Call on Kosha for: Grants and special WSGA contracts
Contact Kosha at: Please call the WSGA office and we will forward your message on to her.