Kassadee Jo Jones, a triplet hailing from Lehi, is the first Miss Rodeo Utah to have donned the iconic crown and sash for two years in a row while representing the great beehive state. She has visited rodeos, elementary schools, high schools, and community events across Utah promoting her personal platform “Bee Kind” and encouraging those around her to spread kindness.
Kassadee started rodeo queening at the age of 14 in the Utah High School Rodeo Association and went on to compete in many local and regional rodeo queen contests, winning multiple titles. She also had the prestigious opportunity to carry sponsor flags for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo for three years. According to Kassadee, promoting the unique western heritage of the American people is the best part of her job as Miss Rodeo Utah.
Prior to her time in the arena, Kassadee graduated from Mountainland Applied Technology College where she earned her license as a nail technician. She also owned a cupcake business in high school and plans to continue her education as a veterinary technician. As an active member of the FFA in high school, Kassadee learned about the importance of the agricultural industry and uses her knowledge to promote agricultural learning within the community.
When not in the rodeo arena, Kassadee can be found country swing dancing, baking or playing pickleball.
She will represent Utah in the Miss Rodeo America pageant in Las Vegas, Nevada, December 2021.