Professional Title: Cattle Marketing Professional, Matt C. Sims Auction, Inc.
Home: Chattanooga, Oklahoma
“My name is Callee Fischer. I was born of many generations of ranchers & farmers and raised in Southwest Oklahoma, where my family owned & operated a small wheat farming and stocker calf operation. I graduated from Oklahoma State with my Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness. I currently work as a cattle marketing specialist in Oklahoma and work primarily with purebred Angus operations in marketing their yearly bull and female production sales. I also host the nation’s only live TV program dedicated to every sector of the beef cattle industry where I have the great privilege to tell the stories of the ranchers across America, showcase their cattle, and be an advocate for the beef cattle industry. In my spare time I maintain a very humbly sized cow-calf herd in Chattanooga, OK that I am working to grow in hopes to someday be among the ranks of the many respected and sought after producers that I work with now. When I am not in the field with cattle, I love spending time with family and creating new recipes that highlight the most nutritious protein, beef.”
Vision for the future of women in the Western industry: My vision for the future of women is to continue to be the fuel that pushes this industry forward. Moving the industry so far forward there is expansive room for women to be at the pinnacle of every level creating countless quality role models. My hope is that when a little girl as I once was, dreams of what she can become in this world, she will never need to search far for an example of the success she can obtain or ever feel that there is no avenue in which she cannot be a fierce and contending competitor.
Wrangler‘s COWGIRL 30 Under 30, presented by Teton Ridge, is sponsored by Cavender’s the Official Retailer, Charlie 1 Horse Hats the Official Hat, and Durango Boots the Official Boot, for COWGIRL 30 Under 30, with Corral Boots, Dude Rancher’s Association, Montana Silversmiths, Old Gringo Boots, and The Cowboy Channel.