Presenter: Tom Wolfe
Title: CEO
Organization: Premier Bone & Joint Centers

Amy has lived in Cheyenne since age 11. She graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1996 with a BSN, and in 2004 with a MSN. She is a FNP and the COO at Stitches, and also serves in the Army for the last 18 years.

Presenter: Tom Wolfe
Title: CEO
Organization: Premier Bone & Joint Centers

Beth is a Family Medicine physician and has practiced in Wyoming for over 20 years, with most of her career at the FM Residency Program and Clinic in Casper. She enjoys their dual mission of service as a safety net clinic, and of education of all disciplines of health care learners.

Nominees

Dr. Amanda Johnson is an obstetrician/gynecologist and Director of Reproductive Health for the National VA system. Her decade of service to Wyoming includes practice at the Cheyenne Women's Clinic, instructor for the WWAMI medical education program and Women's Health Director at the Cheyenne VA. She is a mother of two, and is a Girl Scout Leader.

At the age of 18, Amanda left her hometown in Louisiana to join the USMC. In 2002, she was honorably discharged and moved to Wyoming. Shortly after moving to this wonderful state, Amanda started going to college and became a nurse in 2007.

Amy has lived in Cheyenne since age 11. She graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1996 with a BSN, and in 2004 with a MSN. She is a FNP and the COO at Stitches, and also serves in the Army for the last 18 years.

Beth is a Family Medicine physician and has practiced in Wyoming for over 20 years, with most of her career at the FM Residency Program and Clinic in Casper. She enjoys their dual mission of service as a safety net clinic, and of education of all disciplines of health care learners.

Genevieve has been in the nursing field since the age of 18. She never imagined doing anything else. It has been the perfect fit for her. Like many other nurses, it has allowed her to grow personally and professionally, and one of the best parts is being able to mentor new nurses. She is a mother of four adult children and five grandchildren. She enjoys cross-country skiing, kayaking, flower gardening, shopping for really unique items, and, of course, spending time with family and friends.

Heather has an Undergraduate in Criminal Justice, Psychology and minor in Anthropology from UW 2005, Graduate Degree in Social Work 2009 from UW. Co-Founder of Case Management for Positive Solutions in 2013, the largest Case Manager Company in Wyoming serving 250 adults and children with Developmental Disabilities with 16 employees. She has 3 children and has been married 15 years.

Ingrid is the Chief Nursing Officer for both Torrington Community Hospital in Torrington and Platte County Memorial Hospital in Wheatland. She has been a nurse for 16 years. Her entire nursing career has been dedicated to improving access and clinical quality of health care for all Wyoming residents.

Jamie practices full time in Cheyenne and recently received the President of American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) State Legislative Leadership Award for legislative changes for patient access to physical therapy in Wyoming. She is the President of the APTA Wyoming Chapter and is a physical therapy mentor. She continues to grow the profession by mentoring young women in the physical therapy profession.

Janessa has been in health care since 2008 and nursing since 2012. She has worked in many different disciplines, from helping bring new life into the world to holding the hand of loved ones during their last moments. She found a passion for elderly care, and is in school to improve her leadership skills.

Mo always has her eyes on how many patients walk through the door. She has built a strong team that has earned the trust of the community and its employers. HealthReach is the gateway to healthcare. When Mo is not focused on patients she is paddle boarding or fly fishing!

Natalie is privileged to serve the skilled nursing and rehabilitation residents as the Administrator of Westward Heights Care Center in Lander. This work brings her joy working side by side with an amazing health care team to provide dignity in life to all who live there.

Dr. Rene Hinkle is a co-founding partner at Cheyenne Women’s Clinic. She has been practicing in Cheyenne for nearly 20 years, and served as Chair of OB/GYN at CRMC and was Chief of Staff from 2012-15. She is a member of the Wyoming Medical Society and the Wyoming Board of Medicine. She is the mother of two girls.

Ginny has been an OT for 20 years, in a variety of settings, finally settling in outpatient therapy. In 2016, she realized a dream of opening a clinic in Sheridan, and is thrilled to be able to positively impact her patients and community through her work and outreach opportunity.

Also Nominated

Registered Nurse, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center; Infusion/Cancer Center