Wendy Millet brings 20+ years in conservation, a lifetime working with horses, and a passion for impact to her work as director of TomKat Ranch an educational ranch with a mission to raise healthy food in a way that regenerates the planet and inspires others to action. Wendy has worked on ranches in Wyoming and Montana, at a policy think tank in Washington DC, and at a number of conservation organizations focused on economic solutions to working lands including The Nature Conservancy, The Conservation Fund, and Stanford's Woods Institute for the Environment. Today, she serves on the boards of the Western Landowners Alliance and the California Council of Land Trusts. She is co-founder of Women in Ranching, a program to support women's voices in ranching. She is also co-founder of Gallop Ventures LLC, coaching with horses to inspire self-awareness and positive impact.