Cheyenne Sparks

Professional Title: CattleWoman/Communications Manager/Registered Tribal Artist, Oklahoma CattleWomen/American National CattleWomen
Age: 30
Home: Blanchard, Oklahoma

Elected as the youngest President ever of the Oklahoma CattleWomen, Cheyenne Sparks has a strong passion for agricultural advocacy & beef promotion. Cheyenne has been a member of her state & national CattleWomen organizations for over 12 years & currently serves as the American National CattleWomen Public Relations Chairman. Her involvement as a CattleWoman began at Oklahoma State University where she served as the OK Collegiate CattleWomen President. She graduated from OSU in 2015 with a Bachelor’s of University Studies specializing in Agricultural Communications, Animal Science & American Indian Studies.  

In 2021, Cheyenne graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law with a Master of Legal Studies in Indigenous Peoples Law. A registered artist of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Cheyenne uses her beadwork to promote cultural preservation & education. She has worked as a contract bead artist for the historic Shorty’s Caboy Hattery since 2015.  

Cheyenne’s commitment to the promotion & sustainability of agriculture led her to pursue a career with the Oklahoma Agriculture Mediation Program as their Operations & Communications Manager. Since joining the not-for-profit program in 2015, she has dedicated her time to helping Oklahoma farm & ranch producers in need. 

Cheyenne & her husband, Landon, established Two Sparks Cattle Company in 2021 where they work side by side to raise their mixed breed cow/calf herd and two children, Laramie and Clay.

Vision for the future of women in the Western industry: My vision for the future of women in the western industry is for them to break the stereotypical chains that limit their opportunities. As the western industry evolves and grows, more and more women are standing up and taking their place as the strong, successful women of influence we know them to be. I have had the pleasure of working with a variety of CattleWomen throughout my personal and professional career and have been witness to the trail of opportunity they leave in their wake. Women are undoubtedly effective caretakers, teachers and partners but they are also successful organization leaders, industry professionals and business owners. When I look to the future, I see women no longer shying away from their dreams due to the previous inaccurate perceptions of their abilities. 

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