Sarah Jackson
  • Female
  • Cheyenne, WY
  • United States
  • Blog Posts
  • Discussions
  • Events
  • Photos
  • Photo Albums
  • Videos

Sarah Jackson's Friends

  • Bill Huisjen
  • Emily Yeiser
  • Casey Hushon
  • Mike Opperman
  • Emily Caldwell
  • Ryan Curtis

Gifts Received


Sarah Jackson has not received any gifts yet

Give a Gift


Sarah Jackson's Page

Comment Wall (11 comments)

You need to be a member of Proud to Dairy to add comments!

Join Proud to Dairy

At 8:37am on July 18, 2019, Alexandria Guerrero said…

Good day,

I am Alexendria Guerrero From,Austin Texas, United States. I am US Army Special Force Team working at Us military base in syria, if you don't mind i would like you to send me message to my email ( so that we can exchange pictures to know each other better.

Have a nice day.

At 9:28pm on March 21, 2009, Matt Espenshade said…
Hi Sarah! I saw your jazzed up homepage here in the March 3rd edition of Progressive Dairyman. It convinced me to make some changes to mine as well. Not finished yet... the color scheme is not the best, but I loved the header, so I went with it. All the Best!
At 8:17am on February 5, 2009, Ryan Curtis said…
What are you doing now? Think the blog over, You could do a blog every other week if you feel like it, but no pressure. What's fun in Madison? I have only been there for WDE and didn't have much free time while I was there.
At 3:21pm on February 4, 2009, Ryan Curtis said…
No point value for that question? I think I am falling behind on the money tally :)
Let's see, I have lived in Texas, Idaho, Utah and Korea. I have loved them all because of the people I have met there. I don't mind the heat, and put up with the cold, so I would probably move south if I could, but don't have plans now. I also love the mountains, but enjoy the beach in Corpus Christi, TX.
I have visited the Midwest and think it's a very beautiful place! Madison is the most picturesque capitols I have seen because of the lakes and trees.
Short answer, where ever the people are warm as the summer breeze. How's that?

Would you like to put up an occasional blog? Emily is doing one now for us, where she contributes one blog every week. It doesn't have to be long. It would just be a thought or idea that you want people to discuss. How about it?
At 8:58am on February 4, 2009, Ryan Curtis said…
Well, for Hoards to have even hired you as an intern, you are probably very capable and would improve any company. And since you are passionate you would make any company or publication better for having you around. The thousand dollar question (lower value because it is not as critical in our online society) where are you willing to live?
At 4:44pm on February 3, 2009, Ryan Curtis said…
Common knowledge to our readers (remember Emily did an interview with you for our magazine). I agree that I like getting out and meeting the people and seeing first hand what is going on. I also like the design aspect of my job, but that is more production than editorial. Anyhow, I graduated from BYU in Provo, Utah. I actually was a Public Relations emphasis, and enjoy corporate PR as well. I love to tell the story, whether it's pitching it to the media or finding the stories and writing the final story for thousands to read, it's all about getting the real stories of the people behind the scenes out for everyone to learn from.
The million dollar question is what company would you like to work for?
At 8:44am on February 3, 2009, Ryan Curtis said…
No, I am originally from Texas. My parents and I moved up to Utah where I finished high school and got my degree in communications. From your experiences at Hoards and DFA, which position would you prefer, associate editor or corporate communications? Which aspect of those two internships was most exciting?
At 11:48pm on February 2, 2009, Walt Cooley said…
How much longer will your fiance be studying for his master's? If you had your wish, where would you settle down?
At 8:25am on February 2, 2009, Ryan Curtis said…
Well, one of the guys I was working with at my sports information internship found the Progressive Dairyman and thought I would like the job more than him. I interviewed and found a challenge that would help me grow in my different aspects. I love to share stories of people that have worked hard to improve their life as well as the lives of those they come in contact with. The dairy industry is full of stories like this. I also find animals fascinating, so learning more about what helps them to be comfortable while producing more milk interesting.
What is your emphasis in school and your aspirations for the future?
At 3:36pm on January 29, 2009, Ryan Curtis said…
How do you know Emily? What makes you proud to dairy?


© 2021   Created by Ray Merritt.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service