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Kendra Bagley with a few of her horses. Photo courtesy of Kendra Bagley.

An unknown member among the list of coaches and professors, lies Kendra Bagley.

Kendra works as a part of the business department, specifically in farm and ranch management. Alongside her classes she coaches the Snow College Rodeo Team, and is also one of the head advisors for Western Swing.

She is in her tenth year here at Snow after transferring from Emery High School, where she started her teaching career and spent 15 years.

When asked what her favorite part of the job was, she responded, “The thing I like most is interacting with young adults.(So basically kids who are legally adults) And making a difference in their lives.” Regardless of the student, Kendra makes an active effort to change their life in some way.

When she was a kid her dream was, “Pretty much, all my life I wanted to do something involving horses. And somewhere along the way that evolved into kids and horses and that eventually led me here.” Which ironically leads into her advice for students.

“Don’t be afraid to follow your dreams. No matter how crazy.” Coming from someone who is currently living their childhood dream, it might mean something.

So if Badgers are interested in Rodeo, want to own a farm, or just need someone to talk to, they are always welcome in Kendra’s office.


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