New Director for MWHR!


Mustang & Wild Horse Rescue of Georgia, Inc. (MWHR) founder, David Hesse, recently appointed Elizabeth Montgomery as Executive Director of the organization. Ms. Montgomery’s passion for horses has spanned over 30 years. Growing up in the Atlanta area, Ms. Montgomery got her first pony when she was 11 years old and her first horse when she was 13 years old, both of which she competed in the local Hunter/Jumper shows. Her equine experience includes many years spent working for local barns assisting with the care of client’s horses, as well as caring for her own horses at home. In addition to her equine experience, Ms. Montgomery has a BBA in Marketing from the University of Georgia and an extensive business background with an emphasis on Sales and Management resulting from her 16+ year tenure with a local technology company. Her goal in leading MWHR is to create more public awareness about the plight of America’s wild horses and burros, as well as raise money to help as many mustangs in need as possible find loving forever homes. Photo courtesy of Kristin Sheehan Photographer