Wyoming Stock Growers Association Board and Staff

WSGA Officers

Dennis Sun
Scott Sims
First Vice President
JD Hill
Region I Vice President

(Sheridan, Crook, Campbell & Weston Counties)
Steve Paisley
Region II Vice President
(Albany, Platte, Goshen & Laramie Counties)
Mantha Phillips
Region III Vice President
(Natrona, Johnson, Converse & Niobrara Counties)
Brad Mead
Region IV Vice President
(Teton, Sublette, Lincoln, Uinta, Sweetwater & Carbon Counties)
Reg Phillips
Region V Vice President
(Park, Big Horn, Washakie, Hot Springs & Fremont Counties)

Kendall Roberts

Young Producers Assembly President 


WSGA Staff


Jim Magagna
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: jim@wysga.org

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:  dani@wysga.org

Olivia Sanchez             

Communication, Publication & Programs Director 

Olivia grew up in Burns, Wyoming where her family raised swine and poultry to exhibit at the Laramie County Fair. She graduated from Cheyenne Central High School in 2011 and was a very active 4-H and FFA member. Olivia graduated from the University of Wyoming in 2015.

Olivia began working with the WSGA in May of 2018. She will graduate with the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Leadership Cheyenne Class of 2017-2018 in June. Olivia now lives in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and enjoys volunteering her time with local FFA Chapters, Chamber of Commerce, and the Laramie County Fair.

Contact Olivia at: olivia@wysga.org




Liz Lauck

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: liz@wysga.org


Haley Clark

Communication & Programs Consultant

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. She currently resides in Big Piney, WY with her husband, France. 

Call on Haley for: Rangeland Internship Program, sponsorship and tradeshow opportunities for the 2018 Wyoming Cattle Industry Convention & Trade Show.

Contact Haley at:haley@wysga.org


Rylee Anderson

Public Relations & Communications Intern

Rylee was born and raised in Burns, Wyoming and is the fourth generation of her family to grow up in Laramie County. She fell in love with the agriculture industry at a very young age after being active in 4H and FFA. She went on to judge livestock for Laramie County Community College. 

Rylee has a strong passion for the sport of rodeo. Her sophomore year of college brought an opportunity that would aide her in being an advocate for the sport when she became the Lady in Waiting for Cheyenne Frontier Days. She would go on to serve as Miss Frontier in 2017.

Rylee plans to pursue a career in the agriculture industry. She will graduate in May of 2019 with a degree in agriculture communication with minors in agriculture business and public relations.



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