As General Manger, Allison gets to do two things that she truly enjoys: travel and talk about the Three Forks Ranch way of life. She was told at a very young age that she was “vaccinated with a Victrola needle,” so the part of her job that requires “talking up” the Ranch comes naturally. When not traveling, Allison can be found coloring, going for adventure walks, and spending quality time with her daughter Alexa.
Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, Jenn’s love of the outdoors made Three Forks Ranch a welcome place to continue her impressive career. After earning a Bachelors of Art in History from Colby College in Maine, she traveled to San Francisco and then the Florida Keys. But all the while, Colorado was calling her home. Jenn played varsity field hockey at Colby College for four years, and today she loves doing anything outdoors, from hiking to skiing and learning to fly fish. At Three Forks Ranch, Jenn is committed to taking care of each guest during his/her stay, so if there is anything you need to make your time with us more comfortable, just ask Jenn.
Keagin grew up in Mississippi and graduated from “Ole Miss” with a degree in elementary education. Now an avid outdoor enthusiast, Keagin enjoys hiking and ice fishing at Three Forks Ranch, where she says she found her true calling.
Born and raised in Kentucky, Eric moved to southern Wyoming in 2000. He enjoys woodworking and says he can fix anything “except for a broken heart and the crack of dawn.” Eric loves fishing and hunting, and when he’s not at work, you can find him outdoors, enjoying the mountains with his Rhodesian Ridgeback Aza.
Brian has been fly fishing and professionally guiding for nearly two decades. He assumed the role of Recreation Director in the spring of 2013 and we are thrilled to have Brian, his wife and two daughters living here at Three Forks. Brian and Kirsten are expecting baby number three in July!
Lynette is a Wyoming native and enjoys being one of the few! She enjoys spending time gardening, golfing and anything that doesn’t relate to paperwork! The biggest appeal of being a part of the Three Forks family is the beauty of the Ranch and the employees. Her husband, Jack and daughter Raychel constantly give her opportunities for personal improvement.
Diane, a Colorado native, received her massage therapy training at Mueller College of Holistic Health in San Diego. Diane says that she has two great kids who are “grown and gone,” and when she’s not working, she enjoys hiking and mountain biking and skiing.
Carol has practiced skin care in Nashville, Santa Fe and Vail, Colorado. Carol runs her own Spa in Cheyenne where she practices esthetics and massage therapy. She loves the outdoors and is truly a “ranch girl”! Carol and her parents raise red Angus cattle on their family ranch outside of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
If you looked up “cowboy” in the dictionary, Shawn’s picture would appear. This versatile wrangler has been with Three Forks Ranch for over a decade.
Christie hails from Sacramento, California, where she grew up embracing the outdoors – namely, volleyball and weekend hiking with her family. After graduating in 2010 from Lambuth University in Jackson, Tennessee, Christie moved back to Sacramento – but ultimately the call of the great outdoors brought her to Three Forks Ranch.
Jake was born in Texas, but raised in Kansas. He attended Kansas State University and studied Hotel/Restaurant Management. He then followed his bliss to one of the country’s most prestigious culinary schools, Johnson & Wales, in Charlotte, North Carolina. A few years later he gave up the East Coast for the mountains and found his new home. When he’s not in the kitchen, he can be found outside exploring all that Three Forks Ranch and the Rocky Mountain lifestyle have to offer.