Stacia Berry is a fourth generation Wyomingite, and like her forefathers before her, has dedicated her life to working for and protecting our agricultural way of life. The Berry family homesteaded north of Cheyenne over 100 years ago, and continues to raise registered horned Hereford cattle to this day. Stacia remains active in her family’s livestock operation, assisting with everything from fencing, to calving, to moving livestock, to checking cows.
Stacia received a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Wyoming in 2008, a Master of Agricultural Science Degree from Colorado State University in 2009, and graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law with a Juris Doctorate in May 2012. She is admitted to practice law in Wyoming, Colorado and Nebraska.
Stacia was an active member of the State and National FFA Organizations. She received the titles of State and National Champion Extemporaneous Speaker; State and National Champion Parliamentary Procedure Team; State Champion and Third High Individual National Poultry Judge; and State Championship titles in Creed Speaking and Prepared Speaking. Stacia served as National FFA Secretary in 2004, during which she developed and conducted over 100 workshops for members of the National FFA Organization, focusing upon the development of premier leadership, personal growth and career success skills. Stacia delivered 90 motivational speeches for over 80,000 people and helped train 150 State FFA Officers in building teamwork and presentation skills. She helped those same Officers develop and design team vision, mission, and goals. That same year Stacia was nationally recognized as the 2004 recipient of the “student of the year award” from the National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education.
Stacia was recognized by the University of Wyoming as the “Spitaleri Award” recipient in 2008, which is awarded each year to the “Outstanding Graduating Woman.” She was also named Gamma Sigma Delta “Outstanding Senior Female,” Department of Animal Science “Honor Book Winner,” and served for three years as a College of Agriculture Senator in the Associated Students of Wyoming. Stacia was named to the USA Today “All American Academic Award, Third Team.” In 2007, Stacia competed and was named a national finalist in the Young Farmer and Rancher Collegiate Discussion meet, sponsored by Farm Bureau.
While in law school Stacia was actively involved in multiple groups, serving as President of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Student Chapter and Secretary of Potter Law Club. Stacia was also a member of the Natural Resources and Environmental Law Club. While in Law School, Stacia served as Chief Justice for the Associated Students of the University of Wyoming Judicial Council for two years, and worked in the Defender Aid Clinic, providing post-conviction assistance to indigent clients.
Stacia is a devoted advocate for agriculture and to the citizens of this State who are committed to being stewards of the land and producing this nation’s food and fiber.
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Hageman Law P.C.
222 East 21st Street
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001 Phone:
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