Congratulations to APHA’s director of Youth & Amateur activities Megan McMullen on being named to COWGIRL magazine’s 30 Under 30 Class of 2022, presented by Wrangler.
COWGIRL’s mission is to seek out and publicly recognize young women who are making a name for themselves in the Western industry. Whether they are corporate executives, professional athletes, media professionals, or working cowgirls, they aim to bring them to light to show just how vital these young and talented women are to the industry, as well as create a network of role models and mentors for future leaders of our industry.
Originally from Knoxville, Tennessee, Megan has made a home in Fort Worth for the past eight years. She grew up competing in all-around events and was recruited to ride on the Texas Christian University Equestrian Team. She graduated in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing from TCU’s Neeley School of Business and worked in the marketing sector before joining the association as director of Youth & Amateur activities.
In her role, Megan has developed initiatives and directed the planning and implementation of activities that benefit the programs and enhance the Youth and Amateur member experience.
“I am excited and so honored to be recognized amongst some of the top up-and-coming female leaders in the Western industry,” she said.
For more information on the COWGIRL 30 Under 30, click here.
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