Welcome Mackenzie Holmberg to the NILE Team | TSLN.com

Welcome Mackenzie Holmberg to the NILE Team

BILLINGS, MONT — The Northern International Livestock Exposition (NILE) is excited to announce and welcome Mackenzie Holmberg as the Director of Communication and Equine Programs department head.

Kenzie Holmberg joined the NILE team in May of 2019. She is a graduate of the University of Wyoming, and received a B.S. degree in Agricultural Communications with minors in Public Relations and Farm & Ranch Management.

As the Equine Programs and Communications Director, Kenzie handles the horse sales and futurities, the ranch rodeo, and raffle filly among other tasks. She is the lead on Stetsons and Stilettos and works on various other graphic design and website projects.

Kenzie grew up in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, where she was an active 4-H member, showing both horses and market lambs. Throughout high school and college, she also worked as an Assistant Trainer for Reined Cowhorse Trainer, Jason Patrick.

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During her time at the University of Wyoming, Kenzie interned with the National Western Stock Show and the College National Finals Rodeo. She also served as an Ag Ambassador, recruiting for the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Please help us extend a warm welcome to Kenzie, if you didn’t already met her during her first NILE event Stetsons and Stilettos. Kenzie can be reached at kenzie@thenile.org or by calling the NILE Office direct at (406)256-2495.

–The NILE


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