Roundup welcomes Gunn
Iowa native, Brittany Gunn, joined the Wyoming Livestock Roundup team as an editor on Sept. 15.
Gunn graduated from Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Human Services in 2017. After graduating, she began working as a social worker at a local nursing home in her community.
Gunn was actively involved in 4-H and FFA as a child, showing horses, rabbits and cattle. Growing up on her family farm, she learned valuable life lessons including hard work, determination and responsibility. She credits these organizations and experiences for instilling a love for agriculture and the western lifestyle.
Over the last several years, Gunn has volunteered her time in the rodeo community in several capacities. She loves the Cowboy State and is looking forward to expanding her connections amongst the ranching communities.
“I’m excited to begin my journey with the Wyoming Livestock Roundup,” Gunn said. “As an ambassador of rodeo, I’ve been able to promote, support and educate others about the western lifestyle.”
She continued, “I’m excited to share the stories of the West, learn more about agriculture and make a lasting impact in our community.”
“We are proud to welcome Brittany to the Roundup team,” says Wyoming Livestock Roundup Publisher Dennis Sun. “We look forward to her work to come.”