About the Mustang Heritage Foundation
The Mustang Heritage Foundation is a 501 (C)(3), public, charitable, nonprofit organization.
The mission of the Mustang Heritage Foundation is to create and promote programs and activities that provide information and education about wild horses, elevate their image and desirability, provide opportunities to become involved in the wild horse experience and secure adequate numbers of caring homes for excess horses. Working in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management, the Mustang Heritage Foundation is passionate about the successful placement of mustangs into private care so future generations can enjoy this distinctive feature of our American heritage. The Mustang Heritage Foundation has placed over 8,000 mustangs into private care since 2007. Please feel free to contact us. We want to hear from you.
Mustang Heritage Foundation
P.O. Box 979, Georgetown, Texas 78627
(512) 869-3229 fax
Office Hours: Monday – Thursday 8:30-4:30, Friday 8:30-12 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 graduated from Texas A&M University in 2005 with a B.S. degree in
Stormy Mullins attended Texas A&M University earning a bachelor’s degree in animal science and attended Tarleton State University, where he graduated with a master’s of science in teaching. 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 was recruited as rodeo coach at Weatherford College. Soon after he met clinician Chris Cox, and began managing the ranch and equine operations at Chris Cox Horsemanship Company. He is a great asset to the MHF team.
Though she grew up in the heart of Houston, Lizzy Foster 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.
Matt has shown horses since he was 13 years old and currently owns two mustangs. He has deep roots in all facets of the advertising and interactive marketing business, having created national campaigns for American Airlines, Toshiba, Frito-Lay, JCPenney, Samsung, State Farm and many more. He has worked for some of the largest ad agencies in the country and won a Clio for his work on a Tostitos TV campaign and was voted to America’s All-Star Creative Team by Adweek Magazine.
Ann lives with her husband Jim on a small ranch in Paradise, Texas. They have two sons with families and two precious grandchildren. Ann attended Ozark Bible College in Joplin, Missouri, studying Christian Ed, Music and Deaf Communication and traveled 4 years for Christ in Youth, singing and playing her guitar. In 2007, Ann became the Program Coordinator for America’s Mustang, an educational campaign focusing on raising awareness, providing education and increasing the placement of wild horses and burros into private care.