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District 1. Katie Emmons , Cheyenne. Katie was raised in Cheyenne and wouldn't have it any other way. She travel just over the hill to Laramie for college and after getting her Bachelors in Marketing, decided to come back to the capital city. A true Wyoming girl through and through, she loves a constant breeze, lots of sky and a small town vibe.
Event planning is one of Katie's true passions and spreheets are her first language. Katie is excited to start work with the Wyoming Council for Women, hoping to bring new ideas, a lot of energy and some real change for the women of the Equality State.
Since , she has been involved with ending violence which often intersects with poverty, housing, healthcare, as well as child and vulnerable adult abuse. She has worked extensively with people experiencing homelessness, substance abuse and mental health disorders. Tara received a degree in Journalism in Nebraska and her juris doctorate from Creighton University. She has served in many volunteer leadership positions.
Her husband Ed is on the verge of retirement and looks to her in Wyoming soon. Jan Torres , Rock Springs. Entrepreneur Task Force Chair. District 4. Mary Ann Belus Cummins , Buffalo. Mary Anne was born and raised in Buffalo, Wyoming on a ranch northeast of town as the eldest of five children. She works as a Parish Administrator in Buffalo and is involved with the Council of Catholic Women at all levels — parish, deanery, state and national. Mary Ann taught 5 years at Holy Name Catholic School in Sheridan, WY in the 8th grade and has been a substitute teacher in Buffalo schools, coached volleyball, basketball and track.
She retired from coaching in She is married to Carey Cummins, a retired pharmacist. Their son was killed in a car accident in at the age of She likes to read, walk with our dog or friends, run, go to our cabin in the Big Horns, and generally be outdoors.
District 5. She was recently a Senior Quality Consultant for S. Big Horn County Hospital. She is a past president of Wyoming Medical Society Alliance. Belenda recently served on the Wyoming State Board of Education for the past 6 years and as a member of the Wyoming Coalition on Aging. She and her husband Dr. Howard Willson have six children and 5 graduates of the University of Wyoming.
Terri Lesley , Gillette. For 25 years, she has worked to support reading, lifelong learning, technology access, and diverse cultural opportunities for her community. When time allows, Terri enjoys hiking, boating, and creative writing. District 7 Natrona County. Ashley Mikels , Casper. WCW Secretary. Ashley was born and raised in Casper, Wyoming. She is employed as a clinical supervisor for the Youth Crisis Center in Casper, Wyoming, providing crisis intervention and therapeutic services to youth and families. She is a proud alumna of Leadership Institute at Casper College, having also worked and attended college there.
Ashley has a special interest in empowering others and enjoys books, puzzles, and traveling. Jenelle Garber , Douglas. Before working for DFS Jenelle worked as an oil and gas title consultant. There she earned her M. Jenelle enjoys traveling and has lived in Scotland in addition to New Zealand. Away from the office Jenelle helps her husband, Clay Moore, on the ranch. She loves riding horses along with spending time with family and her dogs. Jenelle was raised in Douglas and feels proud to call Wyoming home. Kate Debowe Hayes. Kate is the founder of a Non-Profit, Connect2Women which focuses on connecting women across Wyoming for networking, development and growth by hosting workshops around the state as well as a statewide mentor program and year-long connection opportunities.
She is the owner and coach at High Ground Coaching and Development where her main goal is to influence the way people and organizations look at personal and professional development through one-on-one coaching, trainings and workshops, keynote speaking, and mentor programs. Kate moved to the I80 corridor in after years spent in Arizona, dreaming of Wyoming!
She now resides in Fremont County with her husband Scott Hayes and loves the wide-open spaces. She enjoys walking the land, attending to her myriad of animals, crochet and reading. But most of all, Kate is passionate about inspiring Wyoming Women to reach for greatness. At Large. Natalia Duncan Macker , Jackson. Natalia D. She captained the Wyoming chapter of Courage To Run in and and is regularly involved in recruiting women to run for public office and mentoring women as they run and enter public office.
She is the youngest member and only woman on the Board of County Commissioners and serves as statewide chair of the Health, Safety, and Social services committee for the Wyoming County Commissioners Association, where she mentors new commissioners and represents Wyoming on National Association of Counties committees. Natalia is a member St. She lives in Teton County with her husband and their two sons. Jennifer Wilmetti , Rock Springs. Jennifer is a government and psychology teacher at Rock Springs High School. She has served in various leadership positions for Sweetwater County School District One, including social studies department chair.
Jennifer is a lifetime member of the University of Wyoming Alumni Association, having served as a former member of the board of directors. She is a member of the Leadership Wyoming class. Kristin Walker , Jackson. Communications Chair. Prior to founding the firm, she spent six years working in Washington, DC as a Communications Director for Members of Congress and four years working in public affairs in Wyoming.
Kristin has deed, implemented and administered successful public relations strategies that include social media, digital outreach and advertising and website development. She spearheaded a winning senatorial campaign that garnered national attention and has directed public relations campaigns for a wide-variety of clients and projects including government agencies, businesses, non-profits, restaurants, start-up companies and many more.
Raised in Jackson, Wyoming, Walker has a B. JoAnn Skeim-True. In addition, she is involved with the Cowgirl Run Fund, a nonpartisan political action committee PAC that encourages women to run for public office in Wyoming at the local and state level. She is also a Leadership Wyoming graduate. JoAnn and her husband, their six children, daughter-in-law, and son-in-law are all fortunate to live in the great state of Wyoming.
She is passionate about the geology that abounds in the state and enjoys hiking and trail running with her dog. Business Council Liason. Chava Case , Cheyenne. Chava Case has been a Human Resource professional for more than 10 years and is responsible for leading talent development for the Wyoming Business Council. Case's experience includes management support in a small family-owned business and providing management, human resource consulting and support in an organizational development firm.
Case has a passion for her profession and and its focus on people. To further develop the profession for others and herself, she has devoted time volunteering in many different capacities for the Society for Human Resource Management. Originally from Cheyenne and a graduate of the University of Wyoming, Case spends her free time with her husband and daughter enjoying the outdoors.Rock Springs Wyoming woman in
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