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Thankful for Strong Leaders! Celebrate 2018 Women's Leadership Award Finalists

The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce is proud to host the Women's Leadership Award Luncheon presented by Blue Federal Credit Union. Past recipients of the award includes Linda Weppner of Century 21 Bell Real Estate, Renee Ashworth of Express Employment Professionals, Lori Schoene of ANB Bank, Sharon Fain of WyoBrand Strategies, Gay Woodhouse of Woodhouse Roden Nethercott and many other influential leaders of Laramie County. 

The Cheyenne Women's Entrepreneur Roundtable, along with past recipients annually selects the finalists and winner of the award. There were more than 30 nominations for this year's selection.

The Chamber is proud to announce this year's finalists:

  • Rhianna Brand, Grace for 2 Brothers

  • Leigh Anne Grant Manlove, Laramie County District Attorney Elect

  • Rachel Girt, Girt Communications

  • Lorrell Walter, Western Vista Credit Union

  • Wendy Volk, #1 Properties

Special congratulations from the Women's Leadership Award Sponsors: Presenting Sponsor -  Blue Federal Credit Union Gold Sponsors -  Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center, Townsquare Media Silver Sponsors - ANB Bank, First American Title, HollyFrontier, MHP, LLC Bronze Sponsors -  Christine Kronz Photographer, LLC & Little America Hotel & Resort The finalists will be recognized and honored at the Women's Leadership Luncheon on Friday, December 7th, 2018, where Rita Meyer of Rocky Mountain Power and former State of Wyoming Auditor will share a leadership message, at the Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center at 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. REGISTER HERE


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