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Welcoming New Chamber Staff

The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce is proud to welcome a new staff member, Rhianna Brand.

Rhianna Brand, Director of Partner Services - Rhianna Brand is a proud native-born Cheyenne resident and received her Bachelor's of Science degree majoring in communication with a minor in marketing and sales. Rhianna had a career in the radio industry working in Austin, TX for Spirit 105.9 and Montgomery Broadcasting/KFBC when she returned to Cheyenne in 2014. She most recently was the former Director of Operations for Grace For 2 Brothers Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to suicide prevention and postvention through awareness, education, and support around Wyoming. She is an ASIST Trainer (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) and a QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Suicide Prevention Master Trainer, Co-Founder of the Laramie County LOSS Team (Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors) and Founder of the Lived Experience Peer Support Group. She is also a doTERRA Wellness Advocate, creates websites and social media content, and dabbles in photography.

Her greatest joy in life is being a mother to her three beautiful children. She enjoys sunsets, yoga, improv, hula hooping, river otters, paddleboarding, snowboarding, glitter, UW football games (GO POKES!), music, reading, karaoke, tacos with extra guac, hiking, and all things nature. She is passionate about Wyoming and all of the amazing people who make it up (psssstttt... that's you, you're pretty rad!) Rhianna is excited for the opportunity to serve our community and state by being a part of the incredible Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce team!

We are proud to add Rhianna to the Chamber team. She will work hard to supremely serve the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Partners and community through her new role.

Please extend a welcome to Rhianna by sending her an email:


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