Glover Named PLC Executive Director

The Public Lands Council announced Monday Kaitlynn Glover as the organization’s new Executive Director.  Glover will serve as the chief lobbyist for the organization, representing cattle and sheep producers in western states on resource issues affecting their operations. Glover will also lead the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s natural resources policy portfolio in the organization’s Washington, D.C. office.


“I’m passionate about the work of the Public Lands Council and look forward to working with the incredible leaders who volunteer their time to lead the organization,” said Glover. “My top priority will continue to be executing the policy developed by public lands grazers across the West to ensure a strong future for agriculture and healthy public lands. I look forward to leveraging my experience and bringing new perspectives to the many important issues impacting the West.”


Glover comes to PLC from Republican Wyoming Senator Sen. John Barrasso’s office and brings additional experience in international affairs from her work with the agricultural semi-state authority in Ireland, Teagasc. Originally from Wyoming, Glover has strong ties to grazers, recreationalists, and many other users of public land resources.


“As we look at the future of federal lands ranching in Washington and anticipate the leadership needed to drive our priority issues forward, we need a strong voice,” PLC President Bob Skinner said. “Kaitlynn is an outstanding fit as she comes well equipped to serve our organization with legislative knowledge, relationships, and a passion to drive PLC to higher ground. With her leadership, our organization will continue to be well represented in Washington”.


PLC represents 22,000 ranchers raising cattle and sheep on federal land.



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