Jackie Mundt

Jackie Mundt

Jackie grew up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin and now calls Pratt County home. She and her significant other live on an irrigated and dry-land crop and cattle farm in Preston. She’s lived and worked in large cities and today chooses to call rural Kansas home. When she’s not on the farm or mentoring students, she is the Communications and Marketing Manager for Kanza Cooperative Association.

Articles by Jackie Mundt




Opportunity in the Pause


It won’t be long before the world hits play and things return to normal. Now is your time to make a change.

In Pursuit of Dignity and Discipline


My dream for our country is that we rededicate ourselves to the ideal of being a nation indivisible. A nation full of people who choose to practice civility and extend respect to all around them.

Finding Your Voice


Politicians have an obligation to represent their constituents, and it is difficult to do well if citizens do not share their thoughts and opinions.

Roaring Into the 20s


Humans throughout history seem to live the same stories and plots repeatedly.

The Outsiders


It has been a long slow process but I have worked to build a reputation and found a place in the community.

Rising to the Top


In recent years, these FFA competitions have become a source of pride and excitement for me as I have watched two of my nieces vie for national championships.

Collision Course


Like many children, I once dreamed of becoming President of the United States. A big, old White House and a high-power job were awe-inspiring.

The Opportunity of Change


That is the hard part about change; it means you are losing something. Sometimes that loss is big like a loved one or our trusted coach and other times it is smaller.

The Safety of Community


If crime or anything else is happening in your neighborhood, someone knows about it, and they will probably tell you about it. Unless they don’t know you.

Embracing Disappointment


As I watched combines roll through our wheat fields, my anticipation faded with the recognition that harvest would continue through the Fourth, and we would have to cancel our trip to Wisconsin.