Angela Fox, IOM
Chief Executive Officer
Angela has worked at many places throughout her life here in Buffalo, but she finally found a home here at the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce. A woman of many talents, Angela holds positions on the board of the Big Horn Mountain Coalition, Wyoming State Chamber of Commerce, Critical Air Service Team serving Sheridan/Johnson Counties, and so much more! She is constantly working with tourism at the state level, to promote Buffalo & Johnson County worldwide as more than a one-night stay! She is constantly working at bringing a National and International eye to our little town, through film crews for Motion Pictures & international documentaries. Angela is also a member of the Wild Bunch, and volunteers where she can. She has two wonderful sons, Jordon & Gavin and you may see the family out at Lake DeSmet or in town enjoying a lovely dinner at one of Buffalo’s fine dining establishments. If you are in the area, feel free to stop by and say hello!
Director of Membership & Communications
Buffalo was to be a pit stop on her journey through life, but Brittiny kissed Ohio goodbye after falling in love with the its people and mountains. She’s active in the community as Vice President of Creek Side Performing Arts, a member of a Monday Night Trivia team at the Occidental, and both a dance mom & Buffalo Youth Baseball parent. Brittiny’s focus is on the Chamber’s communications through social media and website management, in addition to being the first point of contact for our membership. She keeps tabs on local events, job openings and special deals happening in Johnson County and strives to disseminate information to the community and the Buffalo Chamber members. If you’ve got a question about our local businesses and goings on, odds are Brittiny will have the answer or know where to find it.
Director of Marketing & Programs
Jennifer originally hails from a tiny town in Arkansas, but she found a home here in Buffalo over 10 years ago. She is active in the community, having previously worked at many of the restaurants and cafés in town. You can see her out and about, especially on Monday nights at the Occidental Saloon on her trivia team or tending her vegetable garden on a spring evening. Since her son graduated and moved off to college, she has devoted her time to making Buffalo great. She is the go-to person for the multitude of annual events and monthly activities hosted by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, which keeps her constantly moving. Her advertising campaigns for Buffalo and Johnson County can be seen in publications worldwide. She is essential in the Chamber’s efforts to make Buffalo a vacation destination.