Muffy Mead-Ferro

Trustee at Westminster College

Muffy Mead-Ferro is the author of the Western memoir Its Head Came Off by Accident, which according to Publisher's Weekly, "beautifully chronicles the colorful history of her family and the land." She wrote the best-selling Confessions of a Slacker Mom and Confessions of a Slacker Wife. She’s written for several magazines and anthologies, and has been featured on Oprah, The Today Show, and Talk of the Nation, and in publications such as the Atlantic and The New York Times. She is the CEO and Founder of Nush Foods. She is a director of the M Lazy M Foundation. Outside the office she is a member of the Natural History Museum of Utah Board of Trustees, a member of the Governor's Mansion Foundation Board, a member of the University of Utah's National Advisory Council, and has served on numerous other community boards including Red Butte Garden, Artspace, Utah Heritage Foundation, and Girls on the Run. She and her husband Michael, along with kids Belle and Joe, reside in Salt Lake City and Alta, Wyoming, where she operates a cattle and hay operation, and is co-host of an annual race between Jenny Lake and Teton Canyon, a distance of 25 miles with an elevation gain of 3,500 feet.
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