"The mission of the Teton County Fair Board is to produce an exceptional fair and administer the year-round use of the fairgrounds while promoting the western heritage; uniting urban and rural communities in celebration."
"The Teton County Fair Board vision is to actively engage in the pursuit and promotion of our rural and agricultural heritage, from neighborhood back yards to family farms and local businesses."
Marybeth Hansen is a 23 year valley resident. She has been involved with the Teton County Fair for over ten years. First serving as a member of the Horse Show Committee, then on the Fair Board and is now serving as Chair. Marybeth is a licensed Sales Associate with JH Sotheby’s Int Realty, mother to one, wife to a second generation local, and lover of dogs and horses.
Emily Feuz Beardsley is a fourth generation Jackson Hole native. She grew up showing 4-H steers and competed on the Jackson Hole High School Rodeo team. Following high school, she received her degree in Agricultural Communications from the University of Wyoming. After graduating, she returned to Jackson where she began her career in marketing, and now is the director of marketing at the ranch brokerage firm Live Water Properties. She continues to volunteer with 4-H as the Teton County 4-H Beef Superintendent and is a member of the Jackson Hole Land Trust Open Space Council. She served as the chair of the fair board from 2017-2018 and is passionate about supporting the Fair Board's mission to promote Jackson Hole's western heritage.
Born and raised in Teton County, Peter Long grew up showing horses and cattle through the local 4-H program. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Peter worked in the political and public affairs arena in Washington, DC, for several years before returning full-time to Jackson Hole. Peter has served as Treasurer for the Teton County Fair Board since his appointment in 2017.