Cheyenne Sparks, OCW President and American National CattleWomen member has been named the new ANCW Public Relations Chairman. In this role she will be responsible for working with her committee to add value to ANCW Memberships by providing information and opportunities, developing comprehensive strategies using various media, communicating industry news timely and effectively and upholding a clear vision of direction for the organization. Below is a full list of the committee members currently serving on the ANCW PR Committee.
Chair – Cheyenne Sparks
Past President – Evelyn Greene
Region I – Jodi Jordan
Region II – Eden Miller
Region III – Michelle Mouser
Region IV – Tyler Schuster
Region V - Kady Porterfield
Region VI – Vacant
Region VII – Jenny Johnson
Congratulations, Cheyenne! Way to represent at the national level.
To learn more about the American National CattleWomen visit www.ancw.org.
OCW is seeking nominations for our annual awards.
CattleWoman of the Year
· The CattleWoman of the Year nominee should be someone who has done outstanding work as a CattleWoman.
· The Honorary CattleWoman is someone who has extended outstanding and continuing services to OCW. This does Not have to be a member.
Lifetime Achievement Award
· The Lifetime Achievement should be a member who has, and continues to show, outstanding service and dedication to the Oklahoma CattleWomen.
These awards do not have to be given each year but only when merited. Complete the form for the award that you would like to nominate and email to firstname.lastname@example.org before March 31st. Forms can be found under the Members Only section at www.okcattlewomen.org under Documents and Downloads.
Make plans to attend our annual convention this year from July 22-23 at the Embassy Suites, Norman. These and other awards will be announced during our OCW Luncheon on Friday, July 22. If you have not attended our luncheon you are missing out. Mark your calendar now!
Make your nominations today and return as soon as possible. Contact Connie Tabor with any questions.
Oklahoma CattleWomen, Inc. 2500 Exchange Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73108
January 31, 2022
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Oklahoma CattleWoman named Vice President of the American National CattleWomen
HOUSTON – Past Oklahoma CattleWoman president Ruth Coffey has been named the American National CattleWomen (ANCW) Vice President. Coffey, of Springer, Okla., was named to the position at the ANCW Convention in Houston, Feb. 1, 2022. Over the next three years, Coffey will support the initiatives of the ANCW along with fellow officers President Reba Mazak of Florida, and President-Elect Pamela Griffin of Arizona.
Coffey, along with husband, Chuck, and their children run the Double C Cattle Company in south central Oklahoma, a fifth-generation cow calf operation. The Coffeys were recipients of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Environmental Stewardship Award Program (ESAP) in 2020. ESAP strives to recognize “outstanding stewardship practices and conservation achievements of U.S. cattle producers”. Both Ruth and Chuck have been active in the cattle industry for many years.
Prior to this position, Coffey served in the role of ANCW Region IV Director from 2021 to now. She was also named the ANCW Promoter of the Year in 2020, Oklahoma CattleWoman of the Year in 2019 and served as the OCW President from 2017-2019.
Coffey was joined by other Oklahoma CattleWomen members at the ANCW Convention and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Convention this week in Houston. This convention serves as a great place to network as well as receive industry updates and visit the largest cattle industry tradeshow.
American National CattleWomen is a voice for women who share a passion for the beef community with focus areas in beef promotion, education and legislation. For more information, visit www.ancw.org.
Oklahoma CattleWomen, Inc. is a non-profit organization that promotes efficient production of beef, educates consumers on the nutritional values of beef, and communicates goodwill within the communities and state. For more information visit www.okcattlewomen.org.
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