Amy Hanneman
Amy Hanneman began hunting in 2003 and quickly realized that hunting would become her lifelong passion. Since then she’s moved from beginning shooter to successful huntress with bow and muzzleloader as well. Her favorites are do-it-yourself hunts on public lands. Many have been filmed for TV. She also writes for Amy works as an ICU nurse and finds immense joy in helping others. The busy mom of three young boys, Amy feels privileged to pass on the values of ethical hunting and conservation, especially to women and children, in order to maintain America’s outdoor heritage into the future.  
Sara Ahrens
Sara Ahrens has been a law enforcement officer for 15 years, and served 11 years in the U.S. Army and Army Reserves as a Russian and Spanish interpreter. She is currently assigned to the Patrol Bureau and is an adjunct firearms and Taser instructor for her department. Sara is certified as a master handgun instructor, rifle instructor, and armorer. Sara was the first woman to qualify for her department’s SWAT team, where she served for four years as a supervisor. During this time, she also ran her agency’s training unit, serving as the range master for the firearms program and overseeing the armament section. Sara is an avid shooter and deer and turkey hunter. She is married to Michael Ahrens, who is also a sergeant within her agency. They have two children, and they enjoy spending time in the outdoors together as a family. Sara is an NRA handgun and personal protection inside-the-home instructor. She was recently cast on Top Shot Season 3 on History Channel. Thanks to Top Shot, Sara has had several opportunities to participate more actively in youth shooting events within her community. Sara is thrilled to be selected as a Pro Staffer for Próis because it offers hunting apparel that actually fits her—a true accomplishment!  
Beth Ann Amico
Beth Ann Amico Beth Ann and her husband John own Deep Fork Retrievers in Choctaw, Oklahoma. Their reputation for producing quality retrievers has led avid hunters including 2008 presidential candidate Governor Mike Huckabee and former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating to their kennel, along with sportsmen and professional hunting guides from across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Beth Ann is also the first woman from Oklahoma to be elected into the prestigious Professional Retriever Trainers Association. An awarding-winning gun dog writer, Beth Ann has called waterfowlers to the page in Retriever News, Retrievers Online, and Labrador Quarterly, as well as Purina, NRA, and NWTF publications, among others. The Dog Writers Association of America honored her with a Maxwell Medallion Award, the association’s version of the Oscar. She was also a John Madson Fellowship recipient from the Outdoor Writers Association of America and attended the nationally acclaimed Wildbranch Outdoor Writing Workshop. Beth Ann has shared her expertise on hunting retriever training with television and radio audiences and even Wall Street Journal readers. As members of Cabela’s Pro Staff, she and her husband have traveled from Mitchell, South Dakota to Gonzales, Louisiana, presenting retriever training demonstrations and assisting customers with their selection of gun dog training equipment. Beth Ann was the first woman elected to the board of directors of the Oklahoma Station Chapter of SCI and helped organize their annual fundraising banquets and membership drives. One of Beth Ann’s greatest joys is sharing her love of the outdoors with other women, and she has taught classes for Becoming an Outdoors Woman and Women in the Outdoors programs.  
Mia Anstine
Mia is co-owner of Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. ( which offers private land, not high fence, hunts in Colorado and New Mexico. She enjoys hunting for elk, mule deer, black bear and merriam turkey with the outfit and in her off-time pursues other big-game, predators, varmints, and game birds. Through Wolf Creek Outfitters, she and her husband are proud to sponsor special needs hunts and horseback rides. They also offer fly fishing and equine therapy for veterans suffering from PSD. An avid huntress, guide, archer and angler, Mia is also an NRA certified shooting instructor. She strives to protect our Second Amendment and hunting rights by educating men, women and children in shooting safety and hunting ethics. She enjoys being a YHEC mentor and donates her time and instruction at WITO events as well as local sponsored firearm safety and education events. She pens the column "Mia & the Little Gal"--in which she recounts her myriad of hunting, fishing and outdoor adventures with her beloved daughter-- for the Women's Outdoor News e-zine (  
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