Wake Up Wyoming is hosting the next 'town hall' series as we address the various impacts of COVID-19 on Wyoming. Last program was a four-hour feature focusing on the immediate danger and health impacts of the virus - packed with notable guests, including Governor Gordon and various State and County health and medical officials – moderated by WUW host Glenn Woods, and News Director Nick Learned.

The May 1st town hall will focus on the economic impact of the virus, and dive in to the potential steps for a phased reopening. This edition's guests include:

  • Governor Mark Gordon
  • Representative Liz Cheney
  • Senator John Barrasso
  • Burl Kelton, Public Affairs Specialist, SBA
  • Dave Bruni, First Interstate Bank Regional President
  • Robin Cooley, Workforce Services
  • Robert Godby, Director For Energy Economics & Public Policies Center, UW Economics, Oil
  • Yellowstone National Park Superintendent
  • Pete Obermueller, Petroleum Association of Wyoming
  • Jim Magagna, Executive VP of Wyoming Stock Growers Association
  • Jennie Gordon, Wyoming Hunger Initiative
  • County health officers for NC, Dr. Mark Dowell
  • Kim Deti, Public Information Officer of Wyoming Department of Health
  • Tim Thornell, CEO and Pres. of CRMC

The Wyoming Economy Town Hall is sponsored by First Interstate Bank.

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