President: Brian Mealor

President-Elect: Windy Kelley

Past President: Michelle Buzalsky

Secretary/Treasurer: Marji Patz
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Newslet­ter Edi­tor: Brian Sebade

NE Council Rep: Mark Lambert

NW Council Rep: Katelyn Schade

SE Council Rep: Rachel Mealor

SW Council Rep: Mae Smith

Brian MealorBrian A. Mealor – President
In looking back over my relationship with the SRM, I have had the good fortune of being involved at many different levels: student, land manager, producer and academic. Each of these situations comes with its own set of opportunities and challenges, and I found that SRM had something positive to offer at each stage. Because of the benefit I have received from SRM through my career thus far, and because I see the great potential for SRM to continue enhancing and improving skills and opportunities for current and future rangeland professionals, I would be honored to serve as Wyoming Section President.

Windy_KelleyWindy Kelley – President-Elect
My name is Windy Kelley. As my name suggests, I am a Wyoming native born and raised in Campbell County. I graduated from Colorado State University with a B.S. in Natural Resources Recreation and Tourism with a concentration in Management (2006), & an M.S. in Rangeland Ecosystem Science (2010). I worked for the Larimer County (Colorado) Department of Natural Resources Open Lands Program as an Open Lands Technician between earning my degrees.

Michelle Buzalsky – Past PresidentMichelle Buzalsky
I grew up on cattle ranches in South-central Colorado and Northeastern Oregon. I took my love of the outdoors and the land as the basis for my education. I attended Northeastern Junior College in Sterling Colorado before moving on to Colorado State University where I earned a B.S. in Range Ecology with a minor in Wildlife Biology. All thru college I worked as a range student trainee with the NRCS then as a Range Tech seasonal for the Forest Service on the Rio Grande National Forest.

marji_patz_picMarji Patz – Secretary/Treasurer
I am a Wyoming Native, raised on a ranch north of Gillette, Wyoming. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Chadron State College in Rangeland Management with an emphasis in Animal Science and Agronomy. I then went on to graduate with a Masters of Science in Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management with an emphasis in water resources and bioremediation.

brian-sebadeBrian Sebade – Newsletter Editor
Hi my name is Brian Sebade. I have worked for the University of Wyoming Extension since 2011. My office is located in Sundance, WY where I help cover the five county area of Weston, Crook, Campbell, Sheridan, and Johnson Counties with my Extension Colleagues. My focus for UW Extension is sustainable management of rangeland resources. I also spend a small portion of my job assignment working with 4-H and youth development and horticulture.

Mark LambertMark Lambert – NE Council Rep
My name is Mark Lambert and I am employed by the USFS on the Black Hills National Forest in Sundance Wyoming.  I have been a Range Technician on the Bearlodge Ranger District since 1987.

Katelyn_SchadeKatelyn Schade – NW Council Rep
I grew up on a cattle ranch in New Mexico. After High School I attended the University of Wyoming where I pursued my love for ranching and agriculture in general by double majoring in Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management / Environment and Natural Resources.

rachel mealorRachel Mealor – SE Council Rep
I have been working for the University of Wyoming as a Range Extension Specialist for six years. One of the greatest pleasures in my position is the opportunity to work with private landowners and managers, agency representatives and researchers on a wide variety of rangeland management issues.

Mae SmithMae Smith – SW Council Rep
I work for University of Wyoming Extension as an educator in range management. My favorite part about this position is being able to work with and assist those involved in resource management in Wyoming.

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