JOSHUA W.D. COURSEY - President/CEO/Co-founder
Joshua W.D. Coursey is a Wyoming native who upon graduation from Rock Springs High School in 1992 served in the U.S. Army as a Photo Journalist. His education includes an Associate of Science from WWCC, a Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management from Grand Canyon University, a graduate of Leadership of Wyoming with the Class of 2019 and currently serves as an At-large Supervisor on the Sweetwater County Conservation District. A successful businessman and avid sportsman, Josh’s reverence for God, Family, & Country embodies the passion that spurred his efforts to co-found the Muley Fanatic Foundation in 2011 and put his sole focus on growing and leading MFF to be an organization that makes a difference. Besides his love of hunting, fishing and anything outside, Coursey is a fan of competition and cheers for the University Wyoming, Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Cubs and LA Lakers. He also enjoys and likes: Amateur Radio (KF7PDP), National Parks, building things, hiking, starlit skies, Taekwondo, mountain biking, dark beer, tasty grub, rummy, military history, a well-made knife, campfires, wood working, Dad jokes, the smell of sage brush, fresh haircuts, black coffee, a good pair of boots, CJ Box books, ALL music from George Strait to Steve Miller Band (and everything in between), medium rare steak, the sound of a banjo, looking for arrowheads, Chivas Regal, his cow-less cow dog Kimber and his favorite movies: Christmas Vacation; Dances with Wolves; Tombstone, Patriot, Braveheart, Saving Private Ryan, Hacksaw Ridge and Field of Dreams. Coursey makes his home in Green River, Wyoming with wife Dawn and has two adult daughters Dallas and Mykenna and two adult step-children Brayden and Alexandra.
JOEY FAIGL - COO/CFO/Co-founder
Joey Faigl was born in Rock Springs, Wyoming and still resides there. He is a graduate of Rock Springs High School in 1992. Hired on with the Union Pacific Railroad in 1997 and was employed there for 16 years accomplishing great things in their safety program and achieving awards from Union Pacific and an overall award among all railroad companies, which was accepted in Washington DC. Co-founded the Muley Fanatic Foundation in 2011 and is now currently the MFF’s Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer, as well as many other positions within the organization. Joey strives and works hard for the organization to make a difference. Faigl has a passion for mule deer and has been for over 40 years. His first mule deer shed at the age of 5 may have a small part influencing that, but the time spent in the winter ranges since the early 1990’s filming and photographing the species has definitely increased his love and knowledge for the critter. In addition to his passion for mule deer and enjoying everything that is in the outdoors, Joey also finds time to create pencil drawings of his favorite subject (wildlife), volunteer for community projects, be involved with local youth sports, enjoys graphic design, and video production. Joey loves to laugh, bring joy to his surroundings, and trys to be laid back. Joey is a down to earth guy and wouldn't change his ways for anything. He wants to be the good ol' Wyoming boy. Although everything above is great, his real priorities is Faith & Family. God comes first and his wife Nikki and three sons Brady, Brendan, and Hunter are second to anything he does on this world. Creating memories with his family in God’s creation is what he loves the most.
JANET CROFTS - Office Manager
CHRIS STEFFEN - Director of Operations