Marjon Brady Brown

Marjon Brady Brown is proud to have been born, broke, and raised in the great state of Arizona. Marjon has been horsing around her entire life in the equine world. Her involvement spans from riding with the Arizona Sundancers Equine Drill Team, riding the rodeo trail as Miss Rodeo USA, being honored as a sponsor flag rider for the International Finals Rodeo and several stock contractors, riding in the Rose Bowl Parade, judging and putting on rodeo queen clinics, cowboy mounted shootings, and riding with the Cowgirls Historical Foundation.

She was honored to earn the title of Gilbert Days Rodeo Queen in 1999 and went on to win the prestigious title of Miss Rodeo USA 2000, traveling all over the country from New York to New Mexico and internationally. She was honored to represent rodeo and share her platform of “Kick ‘N Up Kindness.” The platform highlights good deed detectives who participate and share acts of kindness with others. Her platform inspired her to write a children’s book entitled “Cowgirl Charity’s Quest For Kindness.”

Accomplished in the riding arena and in the arena of academics, Marjon went on an academic scholarship to Brigham Young University. She enjoys being a western model for paintings and fashion shows.
Marjon is joyfully married to Jonathan Brown. They currently reside in Hampstead, NC. They delight in time spent as a family with their 4 sons and a daughter. They enjoy fishing, surfing, horseback riding, wake boarding, traveling, church activities, any kind of sports, camping and rodeos.