Jordan Johnson has been named Cheyenne Frontier Days (CFD) Lady-In-Waiting 2022 after a selection process including submitting a written application, an accomplishment book, a horsemanship skills demonstration, and an interview.
Jordan is the daughter of Darrel Johnson and Steve and Rachel Zimmerman. She is a 2019 graduate of Cheyenne Central High School. Currently, she is employed at University of Wyoming, where she is also pursuing a degree in Animal and Veterinary Sciences.
Johnson represented CFD across Wyoming and surrounding states for four years as a Dandy. She was also a 4-H member for 9 years, winning numerous placings including Grand Champion Horse Showman, Grand Champion Quarter Horse, Grand Champion Photograph and Grand Champion Western Reining. Jordan is a longtime volunteer of many organizations including Cheyenne Firefighters Charitree, The Empty Stocking Fund, Day of Giving, Booklover’s Bash, United Way of Laramie County Kickoff event, and Women’s Civic League workshops.
“I am so honored to be named Miss Lady-in-Waiting. I am so exceptionally humbled to have been entrusted with representing the 3,000+ volunteers that make this show possible. I hope to make each and every one of them proud. I am so excited to work with the General Committee and Savannah to make the 126th a great year. Here is to the Daddy of ‘em All,” Johnson said.
Jordan will work with Miss Frontier, Savannah Messenger in 2022 to represent Cheyenne Frontier Days.