Jennifer Fisk was crowned Miss Reno Rodeo 2018 in front of a sold-out crowd during the final performance of the 2017 Reno Rodeo.
At the young age of 5, Jennifer knew she wanted to be a veterinarian and has since done everything possible to fulfill that dream. As a senior at the University of Nevada, Reno, Jennifer is working toward her degree in Veterinary Science.
Jennifer was a 4-H member for eight years and joined FFA upon entering high school, becoming actively involved in the organization showing cattle and holding multiple officer positions at the chapter, sectional, and regional levels. She competed on judging teams and in public speaking competitions, and has taught Greenhand Leadership Conferences to promote agricultural education in high schools around the Northern California and Northern Nevada regions. She is in the Range Club and Rodeo Club at the University, and loves to volunteer in her community to continuously meet new people around her.
In her free time, Jennifer loves watching the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and NASCAR with her family. You can also find her horseback riding, camping, traveling, or hiking while exploring the great outdoors of Nevada.
In Jennifer’s in own words, “Watching rodeos with my dad was a big highlight of my childhood, full of memories and fun stories. Each year I look forward to the Reno Rodeo because I know it entails quality family time. I found my home within the rodeo community after moving back to Reno and as part of the Reno Rodeo family. As Miss Reno Rodeo, I want to share my passion and knowledge for the sport of professional rodeo, as well as my love for the city of Reno.”
Jennifer will travel hundreds of miles over the next year representing the hard-working volunteers of the Wildest Richest Rodeo in the West; in the lead up to the 99th Anniversary of the Reno Rodeo, taking place June 14 – 23, 2018.