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26 Business Professionals Graduate Leadership Cheyenne Program

Leadership Cheyenne Program has been a part of the community's fabric since 1985. Professionals convene together for class sessions exploring industry, military, arts and culture and of course, leadership. The current Leadership Cheyenne Class of 2018-2019 will be graduating from the program Friday, June 7th at 11:30 a.m. at the Red Lion presented by Laramie County Community College.

Alumni of the program express how they formed a more deepened understanding of civic trusteeship during the program. Even Natives to the Cheyenne area have shared how they were able to learn so much more about the community by going through the program than they could have imagined.

The Chamber would like to extend their gratitude and congratulations to this year's graduates, as well as volunteers who made this year a success.

Graduates of the program for the 2019 class include:

Chris Allred, Security First Bank

Brenda Birkle, My Front Door

Chris Brennan, WRN Law Firm

Jeff Collins, Laramie County Library

Nathan Galloway, Wyoming Army National Guard

Danny Hayes, Inberg Miller

Amy Hernandez, NuVision Federal Credit Union

Megan Hoffmann, Wayoming Air National Guard

Angi Lund, CLIMB Wyoming

Christy McCarthy, Cheyenne Depot Museum

Charity Moore, ARC OF Laramie County

Nick Morgan, Cheyenne Police Department

Molly Palmer, National MS Society

Michael Pearlman, Governor Mark Gordon's Office

Shelby Perea, Cheyenne Botanic Gardens

Spencer Pollock, Wyo Dept of Homeland Security

Brooke Ramirez, Red Lion Hotel

Laurie Rogers, Holland & Hart

Robin Roling, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center

Josh Schmidt, Tobin & Associates

Becca Seufer, Comea Shelter

Kaare Sigvartsen, Western States Bank

Kylie Taylor, Wyoming Department of Education

Mariah West, Old West Museum

Bryan Wilson, LCCC

Tracy Wilson, Century 21 Bell Real Estate

Applications are currently being accepted by the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce for the 2019-2020 Class. The deadline to apply is on Friday, June 14th. More information is available at


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