Governor Matt Mead will kick off the annual Governor's Business Forum, which takes place November 7-9, 2017 at the Little America Hotel and Resort in Cheyenne. This year the forum focuses on how Wyoming can use innovation and entrepreneurship to overcome the dynamics of changes facing education, minerals, tourism, agriculture, and the entire state economy.DOWNLOAD BROCHURE AS A PDF
Wyoming's own Ned LeDoux will perform at the upcoming Governor's Business Forum being held at the Little American Hotel and Resort in Cheyenne. His special performance, sponsored by Mark and Jennie Gordon, will be at the Nov. 7 Live the Legend Reception by Visit Cheyenne, one of many networking events being held at the forum. Read the release
The boards of Leadership Wyoming and the Wyoming Business Alliance/Wyoming Heritage Foundation have chosen to initiate the transition of management of the Leadership Wyoming program effective immediately with the departure of Executive Director Bill Schilling from the Leadership Wyoming program. It was determined that it was in the best interest of all parties for this transition to take place.
Over the next few months, the Leadership Wyoming Board will be conducting a search to find the new Leadership Wyoming Executive Director. During this transition period, it is the Board’s priority to find the best individual to lead, while still maintaining a stable and effective organization. The Leadership Wyoming program will continue without disruption throughout this interim with the continued support and efforts of Frank Galey and Margaret Benson. The Leadership Wyoming and WBA/WHF Boards are extremely grateful to Bill Schilling for his service to the organization and Wyoming.
We thank you in advance for your understanding, support, cooperation and patience during this period of adjustment. We will keep you posted on the status of the position replacement. Any questions regarding this transition should be directed to the Board attorney, Tara Nethercott at 307-432-9399 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wyoming Excels is a coalition of business leaders working to improve our education-to-workforce pipeline by ensuring all students graduate with the knowledge, skills, and behaviors necessary to succeed in a competitive global economy. Read More
In June, the Wyoming Business Alliance has hired Cindy DeLancey who has extensive experience in the energy, entrepreneurial, agriculture, and small business sectors, as well as local and state government. WBA/WHA Steering Committee Chairman Fred von Ahrens said DeLancey's substantial knowledge and direct experience in Wyoming's economy - in businesses both large and small scale, new and established - make her an extraordinarily skilled choice to lead our organization including launching our newest initiative, Wyoming Excels! "We hit a home run with talent like Cindy DeLancey to lead Wyoming Business Alliance," von Ahrens said. Read the release