Wyoming Stock Growers Association Leadership

Jack Berger


Reg Phillips

First Vice President

Galen Chase 

Region I Vice President 

Sheridan, Cook, Campbell & Western Counties 

Pat Cullen

Region II Vice President 

Albany, Platte, Goshen & Laramie Counties

Leif Hanson

Region III Vice President 

Natrona, Johnson, Converse, & Nibrara Counties

Vance Broadbent

Region IV Vice President

Teton, Sublette, Lincoln, Uinta, Sweetwater & Carbon Counties

Joe Crofts

Region V Vice President 

Park, Big Horn, Washakie, Hot Springs, & Fremont Counties

Ty Espy

Young Producers Assembly President

Wyoming Stock Growers Association 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 reins 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.

Susan Skinner
Office Manager

Originally from Iowa, Susan relocated to Cheyenne in 2018 from Los Angeles, where she worked as a parish administrator and the administrative coordinator for the Westside Shelter & Hunger Coalition. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from California State University Northridge in Cinema and Television Arts, and an Associate of Arts degree in film from Santa Monica College. Susan is a proud veteran of the United States Air Force as she served with the American Forces Radio & Television Services. Susan has been with WSGA since August 2018. Call on Susan for accounts payable and receivable, membership dues, Cattlemen's Club, and event registrations.

Shelby Sinclair
Marketing & Communications Intern

Shelby is originally from Fort Collins, Colorado, where she grew up on a small farming/ranching operation. Active in 4-H and FFA, she showcased her passion for agriculture by raising and exhibiting cattle and hogs in Albany County. Throughout her 4-H years, Shelby honed her entrepreneurial skills by owning and operating her own cattle business. Today, she manages 15 head of Simmental-Angus mother cows in Fort Collins, which not only helps fund her college education but also reflects her commitment to the agricultural industry. Currently pursuing a degree in Agricultural Communications at the University of Wyoming, Shelby is driven by her desire to effectively communicate the importance of agriculture to broader audiences. In addition to her academic pursuits, Shelby is known for her leadership abilities, having held various roles within agricultural organizations like Wyoming Collegiate Cattle Association, where she is now the Vice President! Outside of her studies, she enjoys hiking, photography, and volunteering with local community initiatives. Looking ahead, Shelby is eager to leverage her education and experiences to make a meaningful impact in the field of agricultural communications, advocating for the industry she loves.