Board of Directors

Corrine Jackson, President

Corrine has been a member of the Miss Rodeo Mississippi Foundation Board since 2019. She currently serves as President. Corrine grew up rodeoing and competing in pageants. She is a former Junior Miss Dixie National and National Little Britches Rodeo Association Princess. Corrine is a graduate of Mississippi State University with Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Accounting. She enjoys working on her family's cattle farm and managing her own herd of registered Brangus and Ultrablack cattle. 

Allison Coulton, National Director

Allison has been a member of the Miss Rodeo Mississippi board since 2009. She currently serves as the National Director for Mississippi. Allison is married to Kirk Coulton and resides in Bentonia, MS. She's a graduate of Mississippi State University and enjoys barrel racing, reading, traveling, and MSU Football. She wears many hats in our organization and schedules all of the appearances for the queens during the Dixie National Livestock Show and Rodeo.

allisoncoulton@hotmail.com

LeAnne Peters, Board Member

LeAnne has been an MRM board member since 2005. Although she was "roped" into being a board member, she jumped right in and found her niche by helping prepare queens for interview, on-stage questioning, and the written test. LeAnne is married to her college sweetheart, Arthur, who are both graduates of Mississippi State University, and reside in Starkville. She is employed by the Mississippi Cattlemen's Association and works tirelessly to promote agriculture throughout the United States. She is also the advisor for the Mississippi Junior Cattlemen's Association.

cbmag@att.net

Deborah Tucker, Board Member

Deborah has been an MRM Board member since 1998. She is a former director of the Mississippi High School Rodeo Queen pageant and has judged numerous state and local rodeo queen pageants over the past 25 years. Deborah and husband, Charles, reside in Brandon, where she is co-owner of her father's dry-wall business. When she's not volunteering her time and talents, you can find Deborah following her 2016 National Little Britches World Champion Barrel Racing granddaughter, Cara Beth Calhoun, her National Little Britches qualifier grandson, Case Calhoun, barrel racing daughter, Emily, and son-in-law, former WNFR Pick-Up Man, Shawn "Too Tall" Calhoun, or spending time with her other three precious grandchildren, Landon, Zoie, and Annlea . Although vacationing in St. John with best friend Cathy and daughter Laura is her favorite past time, she also enjoys gardening, home interior decorating, and being around her family and friends.

deborahmtucker1@gmail.com

After holding many local, state, and national rodeo queen titles, Kelli went on to be crowned the first Miss Rodeo America from the great state of Mississippi. She is a graduate of Wheaton College and Mississippi State University and enjoys spending time outside with her husband, David and two children, Ava and Silas.  She has been an MRM Board member since 2011 and served one year as an MRA Executive Board member. Click Kelli's name above to read her official biography as stated on the Miss Rodeo America website.

russell.kelli.j@gmail.com

Even though Laura was Miss Rodeo Mississippi 2015, she's probably best known as the 2015 World Freestyle Reining champion for her incredible dance with horse Wimpys Top Model, which was performed to Disney super-hit "Let it Go", from the film, Frozen (video can be found by clicking her name at the top of her bio). Laura married her college sweetheart, Carl, and they have one daughter, Harper Elliott. Former captain of the Texas A&M Equestrian team and a graduate of Texas A&M, Laura brings a wealth of horsemanship knowledge to the MRM board and acts as the resident horsemanship coach.

lesumrall@gmail.com

Laura Hankins Prisock, Board Member

Laura was crowned Mississippi's first Miss Teen Rodeo Mississippi in 2006. She is a graduate of East Mississippi Community College, where she was crowned Most Beautiful, and of Mississippi State University with a degree in educational counseling. She is currently a project coordinator with the Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District. She and her husband, Presly, reside in Starkville and are the proud parents of twins, Sage and angel Sawyer. 

Hillary Hobby Whittington, Board Member

Hillary has been a Miss Rodeo Mississippi Foundation Board member since 2019. Hillary served as Miss Rodeo Mississippi Teen in 2010. She has an Associates Degree of Applied Sciences from East Central Community College and a Bachelors Degree in Radiologic Sciences and a Masters Degree in Health Sciences from the University of Mississippi Medical Center. She and her husband, Cody, reside in McCool with their daughter, Waverly Mack. Hillary enjoys spending time and working on her family's cattle farm, Panther Creek Cattle Company. 

Cassie St. Amant, Board Member

Cassie has been a Miss Rodeo Mississippi Foundation Board member since 2019. Cassie has a Bachelors degree in Agribusiness from Mississippi State University and a Masters degree in Business from Belhaven University. Cassie has been involved in agriculture her whole life and has been very successful raising and exhibiting show cattle, winning multiple Supreme and Grand Champion titles. She enjoys working on her family's row crop and cattle farm and being a volunteer for the Hinds County 4-H program. 

Mitchell Crawford, Board Member

Mitchell has been a Miss Rodeo Mississippi Foundation Board member since 2020. No stranger to the rodeo world, Mitchell enjoys roping, cutting, and barrel racing. He was a top 10 finisher at the National High School Finals Rodeo in cutting. Mitchell has a Bachelors degree in Music Education from Mississippi State University and currently teaches Choir at Columbia Middle and High Schools. He is also the Minister of Music for Carthage United Methodist Church. 

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