Josh White was born and raised in the state of Montana, a graduate of BCHS in Dillon, Mont. class of 2000. After high school Josh moved to Glendive, Mont. where he attended Dawson Community College on a rodeo scholarship. After completing two years at DCC he transferred to UM Western. Josh served as the NIRA Saddle Bronc Riding Director for the Big Sky Region. While at Western Josh met his future wife, Jenelle, and they were married in 2010. They moved to Missoula for three years where Josh worked as a heavy equipment salesman and Jenelle earned her physical therapy doctorate. While in Missoula, Josh and Jenelle, both wanting to get back to their agricultural roots, started a small cattle herd. Upon completion of Jenelle’s degree, they decided to move back to Dillon where Josh began raising cattle full time and Jenelle began her career as a physical therapist.
In the summer of 2015 they welcomed their son Henry to the family. They also moved to Whitehall that same summer, where Jenelle took a physical therapy position for St. James Healthcare. Josh continues to run their cattle herd on Jenelle’s parent’s ranch in Whitehall.
Josh is an avid outdoors man and has a passion for hunting in the state of Montana. In addition to serving on the UM-Western Foundation Board, he also currently serves on the Citizen Advisory Board for the Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks. “I am very excited for the opportunity to work with the UM-Western Foundation Board and look forward to serving them in the future!”