"A lot of people have a personal experience with someone that inspires them to want to help make change in the state for women." - Rebekah Smith
Rebekah Smith felt at home instantly when she enrolled in a student exchange program that sent her to Wyoming.
She is now the director of the Wyoming Women's Foundation and has worked for the University of Wyoming's Natural Diversity Database.
She has degrees in zoology, physiology, fine art, and law.
Rebekah has helped the Wyoming Women's Foundation start the annual antelope hunt to encourage women in the region to get involved with hunting.
• What was Rebekah Smith's first job
• What is the Wyoming Women's Foundation mission
• Why is economic self sufficiency important for women
• Why did the Wyoming Women's Foundation start the antelope hunt
• What is the Wyoming Women's Foundation antelope hunt
• Why aren't there many prominent female hunters
• Who are the Sisters of the Sage
• How to hunt safely
• What is most intriguing about living in Wyoming
“It was humbling to say, this is great but it is not what I want to spend my life doing.” - Rebekah Smith