When asked why she wants to become Miss Rodeo Montana she responds, “Throughout my different rodeo queen titles, and various other arena roles I’ve been involved in, I have gotten to see the amazing things that this sport can do. I have seen this sport bring communities together to fight cancer, domestic violence and drug abuse. Not to mention this sport brings people from all over the world together just to spectate. That is what I want to advocate for, the greatness that this sport brings to not only its fans and competitors but also the communities that host the rodeos. I want to be Miss Rodeo Montana because I’d like to advocate to others the greatness they too can feel from watching or participating in their local rodeo, especially in this great state. I would also like to promote, with my crown as Miss Rodeo Montana, rodeos to host Montana Meth Nights and Man Up Crusades. With this crown I would like to raise the awareness of both issues prevalent to our society.”