President, Wyoming Business Alliance & Wyoming Heritage Foundation


Cindy DeLancey currently serves as the President of the Wyoming Business Alliance and the Wyoming Heritage Foundation. Prior to joining her current role, she served as the Director of Government and Public Affairs - Wyoming for BP’s US Lower 48 onshore exploration and production business. Before joining BP, she served as the Carbon County and Prosecuting Attorney, a Special Assistant United States Attorney and the Executive Director of the Wyoming County Commissioners Association. She is a three-time nominee for the Wyoming Business Report's Women of Influence award and is a Past Chairman of the Petroleum Association of Wyoming’s Government and Public Relations Committee. In addition, Cindy served as the Chairman of the Wyoming Board of Law Examiners and was instrumental in helping move Wyoming toward using the Uniform Bar Examination as its admission standard for lawyers. Cindy was appointed by Governor Matthew H. Mead to serve as an ENDOW Rural Council member and appointed by Senate President, Drew Perkins to serve on the Government Efficiency Task Force and appointed by Governor Mark Gordon to serve on the Educational Attainment Executive Council. 


Cindy graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2000 and is a graduate of the Leadership Wyoming Class of 2010. Cindy and her husband Dave have been married for 20 years and live in Cheyenne. Their daughter Raegen is a freshman at the University of Wyoming and is on a rodeo scholarship and their son Beau is a sophomore at Central High School. Cindy and Dave enjoy watching their children participate in rodeos and football games, spending time on their ranch,  as well as breeding and raising quarter horses by their stallion Heza Fiery Fling. 

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Wyoming Business Alliance


Cole Church is the Intern for the Wyoming Business Alliance. He is very passionate and  dedicated about helping people and businesses across this great state. He has an associates degree of psychology from Laramie County Community College and is wrapping up his degree at the University of Wyoming. Go Golden Eagles and Go Pokes. He enjoys hiking, kayaking, and hammocking on the weekends, and he always enjoy spending time with his family.