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Women's Leadership Award Finalists Honored & Manlove Named Recipient

Annually we are proud to have the opportunity to recognized excellent women leaders in our business community. We announced the recipient during our Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Luncheon presented by Blue Federal Credit Union this December.

District Attorney Elect, Leigh Anne Grant Manlove, was awarded the prestigious leadership award for 2018 by last year's recipient Linda Weppner, owner of Century 21 Bell Real Estate. During the presentation Weppner expressed that there were over 30 nominations and the selection committee had to narrow it down to the 5 finalists honored:

  • 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

During Manlove's acceptance speech she expressed humility and gratitude for the award. She further recognized her fellow finalists for all of their impeccable accolades.

We would like to take a moment to recognize the past honorees for participating on the selection committee for this year's award. Also, special thank you to the sponsors who made this award recognition ceremony possible.

Presenting Sponsor - 

Blue Federal Credit Union

Gold Sponsors - 

Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center, Townsquare Media, #1 Properties

Silver Sponsors -

ANB Bank, First American Title, HollyFrontier, MHP, LLC

Bronze Sponsors - 

Century 21 Bell Real Estate, Christine Kronz Photographer, LLC, Grace for 2 Brothers & Little America Hotel & Resort


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