Anna Morrison Joins NRCHA as Newly Appointed Executive Director

October 14, 2020

The National Reined Cow Horse Association is pleased to announce that its Board of Directors has hired Anna Morrison as NRCHA Executive Director.

“Anna brings a wealth of experience and industry knowledge to our association,” said Corey Cushing, NRCHA President. “The NRCHA Board of Directors invested a great deal of time and thought into locating just the right candidate for the position of NRCHA Executive Director. We feel that Anna is a great fit for this very crucial role within our association and we’re excited to have her join the team.”

Morrison served as Chief Foundation Officer for the American Quarter Horse Foundation, as well as Chief International Officer for the American Quarter Horse Association. In her role at the Foundation, Morrison oversaw operations and fundraising efforts in the areas of scholarships, equine research, equine assisted activities and therapies, as well as the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum. She directed strategy and programming for AQHA business outside of the United States, serving roughly 37,000 members and 400,000 registered American Quarter Horses in nearly 100 countries, as well as managing business relationships with 36 international affiliates.

“I’m incredibly honored to have been selected for this role, joining a talented and dedicated team that has worked diligently to keep the NRCHA on track through an unprecedented year,” said Morrison. “I’ve been proud to be a member and exhibitor in this unique organization, and look forward to working with the Executive Committee, Board of Directors, members, sponsors and staff to ensure we preserve our history while continuing to shape an NRCHA that is forward-thinking, putting the horse and our members first as we build for the future.”
 
Morrison will begin her role as Executive Director of the NRCHA on December 1, 2020.

By NRCHA Press Release