State Sales Manager, Northern Nevada
Woody Worthington was raised in Southern Oregon on a 150-acre self-sustaining ranch. After high school, he served in the U.S. Marine Corps for 14 years, being stationed in San Diego; Bridgeport, California; and deployed abroad to several countries. While in the Marine Corps, Woody attended San Diego Miramar College, focusing on business management.
Woody’s training and education in operations management and logistics led him to Bently Ranch in 2006. He started at Bently Ranch as Operations Manager and then transitioned to Marketing and Sales Manager at Bently Ranch as the Ranch offerings expanded. Woody’s role at Bently Heritage as Regional Sales Manager (Northern Nevada) provides an opportunity to take Ranch knowledge and local contacts to expand on market share for Bently Heritage products.
Woody is active in several organizations. Currently, he is president of the Douglas-Carson City Farm Bureau Federation and also serves on the Nevada Board of Agriculture, where he contributes to policy development for the Nevada Department of Agriculture and reports on food and agriculture issues to the Governor. As a proponent of youth agricultural literacy, Woody is a Career and Technical Education Board Member for Douglas and Carson City High School. In his free time, Woody and his wife and two kids enjoy all things sports, camping, and the outdoors.