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Mustang Heritage Foundation
P.O. Box 979, Georgetown, Texas 78627
(512) 869-3229 fax
Office Hours: Monday – Thursday 9-5, Friday 9-12 CST
Upon graduation from Tarleton State University, Kali went to work for the American Paint Horse Association serving as Director of Amateur Activities. While working for APHA, she strengthened her skills in event production and management before moving to Austin, Texas, in 2007 to work for the Mustang Heritage Foundation. Since 2007, she has taken on leadership in every area of the Foundation’s work. She has served in many roles during her time with the Foundation including administrative support, program development, event and program coordinator and Director of Operations. She most recently assumed the position of Executive Director in 2013. She has a passion for the western lifestyle and the American Mustang. As the Executive Director she keeps the Foundation on task and works to continue creating and implementing innovative programs that will encourage the training and adoption of mustangs.
As a fourth-generation agriculturalist, Randi has a passion for the people and ideals of the agriculture industry. Her hands-on experience began on the family ranch, grew through 4-H and FFA projects, citizenship and community service programs, collegiate judging, agricultural societies and various work experiences. Randi has continued with her membership on the Burnet Co. Livestock Show Board of Directors and graduated from Texas A&M University with a B.S. degree in agricultural development. Through these activities, her degree and work-related experience, Randi developed skills in teamwork, time and money management, event planning, customer service, communications, and business relations. She joined the Mustang Heritage Foundation management team in 2007 where she currently manages Extreme Mustang Makeover events, youth-related programs including the Youth & Yearling Mustang Challenge and the Youth Employment Program, and retail sales and merchandise.
Stormy Mullins attended Texas A&M University earning a bachelor’s degree in animal science and then attended Tarleton State University, where he graduated with a master’s of science in teaching. Upon graduation, his career path lead him to education, where he spent 27 years as an Agricultural Science instructor at the high school level while also judging rodeos for more than 25 years. In 2003, he had the opportunity to combine his knowledge of rodeo with his education background when he was recruited as rodeo coach at Weatherford College. About 7 years ago, he met clinician Chris Cox, and they became fast friends. Stormy began managing the ranch and equine operations at Chris Cox Horsemanship Company. Though he is no longer managing the day-to-day operations at the ranch, he continues to share his knowledge with students at Chris Cox Clinics and Begin the Journey Clinics. Stormy began working full time for the Mustang Heritage Foundation in 2010. Stormy aids in every aspect of event and program management as well as future program development. With his knowledge of horses, livestock event judging and production, coaching, and education, he is a great asset to the Mustang Heritage Foundation team.
Though she grew up in the heart of Houston, Lizzy Landry has had a passion for horses her entire life. This enthusiasm is what inspired her to pursue a bachelor of science in animal science and a minor in agricultural economics from Texas A&M University. While attending A&M, she looked for any opportunity to work with horses. Her senior year she was hired by the Equine Embryo Research Lab, assisting veterinarians and lab staff with research projects and embryo shipments. She is now ecstatic to be a part of the Mustang Heritage Foundation team.
Brittani was raised in White Oak, Texas. She does not come from an agricultural background, but discovered a love of horses and the agricultural lifestyle as a teenager. She earned an associate degree with a field of study in journalism and mass communications from Kilgore College in 2013. While attending Kilgore College, she was the co-executive editor of The Flare and The Flare Magazine, an award-winning student newspaper and magazine. Brittani graduated with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural communications from Texas Tech University in 2015. At Texas Tech, she interned for Picador Creative, an in-house agricultural communications service center through the Department of Agricultural Education and Communications.