Ginger Kathrens is an Emmy Award-winning producer, cinematographer, writer and editor as well as an award-winning author.
Ann is an RN retired from Executive Nursing Practice. She is currently the President of Evans Consulting, a healthcare leadership consulting service in Westcliffe, CO.
As a wild horse advocate turned activist, Lisa has attended round-ups, investigated, videoed and reported on BLM holding facilities.
In the summer of 2009, Linda and her husband, Vic, traveled north to learn more about Cloud and the herd living in the Pryor Mtns.
Toni Moore first saw the wild horses in the West Douglas Herd Area on a date with Don Moore, DVM who had grown up in the area
Susan Sutherland is a professional in the financial services industry interfacing with banking, trading, and manufacturing sectors.
Jaime Wade has been certified through the Certified Horsemanship Association to teach both western and English horsemanship disciplines.
Anni has provided highly specialized communication consulting services over the past 25 years for law firms, government agencies and non-profits.
Paula is a retired business woman who now dedicates her time to spreading the word about wild horses and developing working relationships with other advocacy groups.
Rob began gentling wild horses in 1998 at national workshops presented by the US DOI – BLM Wild Horse and Burro Adoption Program.
Author-Naturalist Hope Ryden has spent years in the field, studying and photographing North American wildlife.
At the urging of a horse named “Spirit,” Sandra set-out to use all her God-given gifts and skills to work on behalf of the Wild Horses and Burros.