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National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Board of Directors announces new members

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s Board of Directors has announced the election of 12 new members.

Dr. Billy Bergin, Jim J. Brewer, Don Brinkman, Ken Fergeson and Anita La Cava Swift were appointed to the museum’s board of directors.

Randy Davis, Carl Edwards, Jennifer Kaiser, Alex Lee, Rod Moore, Jennifer Rogers-Etcheverry and Lynne Schonacher have joined the associate board.

The museum’s board of directors is comprised of 83 members from across the United States. Their objective is to oversee and direct management in fulfilling the institution’s mission and purposes. The museum’s business and affairs are managed by its board of directors, who also set policy and strategy while providing oversight and decision-making guidance.

“We are pleased to welcome our new Board members who bring a wealth of experience and diverse expertise,” said Museum President & CEO Natalie Shirley. “These distinguished leaders will be tremendous assets to The Cowboy family as we further our mission of preserving and interpreting the evolving history and culture of the American West.”

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