The American Mustang Organization is comprised of a talented and dedicated team of individuals very committed in their efforts to save the wild mustang.


Meghan Kavanah

TAMO’s founder and executive director, Meghan Kavanah, is a lifelong horse enthusiast, with extensive experience in the horse industry. Although riding since childhood, it wasn’t until after college that Meghan decided to pursue equestrianism professionally. At that time Meghan spent 10 years apprenticing with top dressage trainers in the country, learning both the riding skills and management skills necessary to run a successful training business. Currently, Meghan oversees the training operation at Somerset Farm in Middleburg, VA while, at the same time, competing in the performance horse industry as a USDF bronze and silver medalist. A wild mustang owner herself, Meghan is passionate about the need to protect America’s wild horses, and thus was inspired to create TAMO.


Ronda Gregorio

Ronda Gregorio is a valuable asset to TAMO as resident photographer and videographer. A true artist, Ronda holds a BFA in fashion design, and is showcased in many art shows for both her paintings as well as her photography work. Most recently Ronda’s photography has been exhibited in such publications as Destination Weddings and Northern Virginia Magazine. Currently based out of Flint Hill, VA… Ronda travels the world shooting events through her personally owned company, Gregorio Photography. A true horse lover, and avid equestrian, Ronda’s relationship with her own mustang, Viggo, inspires her to help TAMO give others what she already has, a beautiful partnership with one of America’s greatest gifts… the wild mustang.