Sheri Arkoosh has been involved with the Miss Rodeo America, Inc. organization for over 40 years. She has served three different decades on the Miss Rodeo America, Inc., Executive Board of Directors. Starting with the original Incorporation; International Rodeo Management, serving as Director, Secretary, 2nd V-President, 1st V-President, and is currently a Gold Member of the Miss Rodeo America National Advisory Council. She has Chaired or Co-Chaired nearly all pageant committees, and currently is the Chair for Impromptu Speeches and Judge’s Chaperone. In 1978, she started helping with the Miss Rodeo Idaho Pageant, a few short years later she became the Miss Rodeo Idaho Pageant Coordinator and the “State Director” to Miss Rodeo America. Throughout this time, she served as Secretary, State Director, National Director, Vice-President, President and is currently the President of Miss Rodeo Idaho, Inc. Within this timeframe, she moved to Florida for six years and was instrumental in revitalizing the Miss Rodeo Florida Association, serving as President. She has helped guide Miss Rodeo Idaho, Inc., into the successful scholarship pageant and program that it is today. Sheri is a native of Idaho, born and raised in Kimberly where she grew up on a working farm and ranch with her brother and sister. Her Dad was one of the first Rodeo Cowboy Association (RCA) members at its inception, rodeo was a part of her upbringing, participating in Little Buckaroo Rodeo, High School Rodeo and Amateur Barrel Racing. When not traveling to rodeos, Sheri and her siblings were competing at Horse Shows. Sheri lives in Nampa, Idaho with her husband Jim. They have two grown children, Jennifer, and Alex, and two grown brothers from Croatia. Vedran and Neven came to them as exchange students in high school and became a part of her family. Vedran and his wife Valerie, granted them with their first grandbaby two years ago. Sheri is a Real Estate Professional, the 2013 President of the Caldwell Board of Realtors, 2015 Realtor of the Year and year after year, Top Producer in Idaho. In 2018, she was inducted into the Idaho Rodeo Hall of Fame.