Since moving to Wyoming at the age of 10, Faith Hamlin has always known this is where her heart lives. She graduated from Colgate University in 2018 with a degree in Political Science and Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies. At Colgate she participated and led programming for the Outdoor Education program. After university, she moved home to Bondurant, WY to help on her family’s cattle ranch. Helping out at the ranch eventually manifested into running the operation. More recently, she has started running Bondurant Basin Outfitters alongside the Little Jennie Ranch. Between grazing cattle in the mountains surrounding the ranch and her love for hunting, fishing, hiking, and backcountry skiing, Wyoming’s land and animals are part of who she is. Previously, Faith has served on the Jackson Hole Community Foundation Health and Human Services board, and currently serves on the Green River Valley advisory board of the JH Land Trust, and the Sale Board for the Sublette County Fair. Faith’s love for agriculture, outdoor education, and Wyoming make wildlife conservation an obvious priority.