A Band of Mares

40SC Founder/President

Kristi

Kristi Williams
Breckenridge, TX
k.williams@40somethingcowgirls.com

 

 

Director of Member Services

Rhonda MartinRhonda Martin
Breckenridge, TX
r.martin@40somethingcowgirls.com

Founding Princess of the Salem, OR chapter, Rhonda became a member of 40SC in January of 2011 and began her position with Headquarters in April of 2014. She is a 2004 Graduate of Portland State University with a BS in Social Sciences; focus areas, Psychology, Sociology.  She continued her education at PSU and was accepted to the Conflict Resolution Master’s program where she found a deep interest in Interpersonal Neurobiology.

Interesting facts about Rhonda, she has 4 fur kids (dog, cat, and 2 horses). She has owned horses nearly all her life and has ridden many disciplines.  Currently she enjoys going on trail rides, competing in ranch sorting, and exploring new events with her 40SC friends.  She is an Air Force Veteran, spending her tour as a Machinist and Welder on a cargo aircraft. Her love of all things sparkly came from her time as a rodeo queen and running with a professional rodeo drill team for nearly 15 years.

 

Director of Retail Operations/Chapter Queen

Jodie Usher
Jodie Usher
Breckenridge, TX
brecktxqueen@40somethingcowgirls.com

Founding Queen of the Breckenridge, TX chapter, Jodie has been a 40SC member since 2015. Jodie joined Headquarters staff the fall of that same year.

 

Chief Data Coordinator

Queen KimKim Chandler
Breckenridge, TX
Kim40SC@40somethingcowgirls.com

Founding Queen of the McMinnvlle, OR chapter, Kim was also one of the original 13 members that formed 40 Something Cowgirls in May of 2010. Currently a resident of Breckenridge, TX, Kim can be reached, most days, at Cowgirl Headquarters.

 

Cowgirl Angel Fund Director

Queen CindyCindy Alleman
Agua Dulce, CA
CowgirlAngels@40somethingcowgirls.com

Founding Queen of the Agua Dulce, CA chapter, Cindy joined 40SC in 2010 and remains an active member today.
Cindy writes: “Horses have been my “thing” since a small child, highly allergic to horses, it took a lot of hard work to convince my parents into purchasing my first horse, “Pebbles”.  My husband and I have our own business in our little town, American Water Well.  I have two sons who are both married to fantastic young ladies and two beautiful grandchildren.  Currently I have two horses, mostly I trail ride these days but have recently purchased a new horse that I am taking reining lessons with and hope to hit the show ring soon.  I have dabbled in cutting horses and love to sort cattle, unfortunately there just isn’t much for cattle in our area any longer.  We started our chapter in 2010 with about a dozen cowgirls and have grown to over 70 members.  We have a wonderful time doing various activities and have definitely made some life long friends thru the organization in my own chapter as well as some of the other chapters.

 

National Travel Coordinator/Chapter Queen

Paula LamarPaula Lamar
McMinnville, OR
MacQueen@40somethingcowgirls.com