Kelly Lockhart is a Wyoming businessman with over 40 years of experience in land and real estate management. Born and raised on a farm near Pavillion, Lockhart's agricultural roots have stuck with him throughout his entire life. He has also enjoyed a complimentary career in the financial industry.
As a long-time resident of Teton County, Lockhart has volunteered for numerous boards and activities, planning, open space, and housing committees, and stakeholder groups over the past 38 years. Currently, Lockhart serves on the board of the Wyoming Business Council, committee chair and executive committee. He also serves on the Teton County Natural Resource Stakeholder Group, Housing Supply Board, and JH Working.
In 1997, the Governor appointed Lockhart to the Board of Agriculture where he served as president from 1997-2001. He was Treasurer of the Jackson Hold Land Trust from 2003-2009, and served on the Teton County Planning Commission from 1987-1992. Lockhart has been a leader in the Teton County 4-H for 20 years and is the former prsident of the Teton County Fair Board.
Lockhart is a devoted husband, loving father, and proud doting grandpa. The family operates Lockhart Cattle Company, a vertically integrated grass-fed beef company and a registered Hereford operation that provides meat to local consumers and restaurants. The Lockhart family has run cattle in Jackson for six generations.
Education includes a B.S. in Economics, 1974, and a Masters in Economics with a concentration in Natural Resources, 1977, from the University of Wyoming. He also holds a Masters in International Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Mangement, 1978. Lockhart is an outdoorsman and enjoys skiing, fishing and golfing. And, in the fall, taking his English Setters for a walk.
Board Term Expiration Date: 03/01/2020
Rancher, Financial Advisor