Board of Trustees

 

View CWC Board of Trustees upcoming and past meeting agendas and minutes.

View the CWC Board of Trustees Policy Governance Manual.

CWC Board of Trustees 2014-15 Strategic Plan.

 

 

 


Charlie Krebs -Chair
Lander subdistrict


Member since December 2006; BS – Colorado State University; MS – Southern Methodist University. Charlie is a retired banker.

 


Heather Christensen  - Secretary
Dubois-Crowheart subdistrict

 

Member since December 2012; RN – Beth-El School of Nursing; BS – Colorado State University.  Heather is a retired nurse and operates the family farm with her husband.

 


Dr. Roger Gose
Riverton-Shoshoni subdistrict


Member since December 2006; BA – University of Texas at Austin, 1962; M.D. – University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, 1966; Board Certified Internal Medicine, 1973. Dr. Gose has been in practice in Riverton since 1977 and retired in July 2006.

 

Nicole Schoening

Riverton-Shoshoni subdistrict

 

Member since February 2013; MS - University of Wyoming.  Nicole is a Special Education Case Manager for Fremont County School District #25.

 

 

 


Scott Phister - Vice Chair
Riverton-Shoshoni subdistrict

Member since December 2002; BA – Brigham Young University; M.A. – Samuel Merritt College. Scott is a physical therapist and the owner of Fremont Therapy

 


Dr. Colton Crane - Treasurer
Lander subdistrict
Member since August 2008; BS - Utah State University; DMD - Harvard School of Dental Medicine. Colton is a practicing dentist in Lander. He was elected to the national Association of Community College Trustees Board of Directors in October 2010.



 

Carlton Underwood
Reservation subdistrict

 

Member since December 2012; AA -Central Wyoming College, BS - University of Wyoming, MBA – University of Tennessee. He is the Executive Director of the Northern Arapaho Nation Department of Social Services

 

 


 

 

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