Michael Cheek is a Workforce Trainer for Central Wyoming College. Prior to joining the college, Michael gained 20 years experience in outdoor education and administration with the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS). His experience includes more than 200 weeks in the field leading wilderness expeditions and teaching outdoor skills and leadership. Michael is a certified trainer and facilitator for Development Dimensions International®, providing more than 50 competency-based training courses for leaders, workforce and customer service providers. He is also a licensed facilitator of Franklin Covey’s Leading at the Speed of Trust® programs. He designs and delivers custom trainings in the areas of management, communication, team building and leadership. Michael has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of Kansas.
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Kansas
Anne Even has been a Workforce Trainer at Central Wyoming College Lander since 2010. She attended Chadron State College in Chadron, Nebraska and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in recreation/fitness and exercise with minors in business and leisure services. She then went on to serve as the activities director for a recreation center and worked at Chamber of Commerce's in two states providing membership and marketing services in addition to directing a community-based program. Prior to joining the college, she provided business development services on the Wind River Indian Reservation, coordinating a variety of workshops, conferences and trainings in addition to one-on-one business counseling. Anne is a certified trainer and facilitator for Development Dimensions International®, providing more than 50 competency-based training courses for leaders, workforce and customer service providers. Anne is also a certified practitioner of the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) Step I and Step II Instruments. She also directed and coordinated a multi-year grant from the Department of Labor to serve young adults who were involved in the juvenile justice system. Currently, she serves as the program manager for the Noyce/WITS program, a grant from the University of Wyoming through the National Science Foundation, to provide summer internships to college students to expose them to STEM concepts and elementary education. She also recruits students for scholarships to help them become elementary teachers with a STEM background.
Bachelor of Arts in Recreation/Fitness and Exercise option, with minors in Business and Leisure Services from Chadron State College.
Dean of Business, Technical, Health and Safety