Related Programs: I Love Wyoming Public Radio50 Years Of Wyoming Public Radio Terry Roark - Laramie, WY By Terry Roark • Feb 5, 2018 Related Programs: I Love Wyoming Public Radio50 Years Of Wyoming Public Radio TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit uwyo.edu Listen Listening... / 0:46 Terry Roark, President Emeritus of the University of Wyoming, talks about the importance of keeping Wyoming connected to national and state updates in the times of financial uncertainty. Tags: I Love Wyoming Public RadioTestimonialsLeadership CircleTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Rosalind Schliske - Cheyenne, WY By Roz Schliske • Feb 5, 2018 Rosalind Schliske Leadership Circle donor Roz Schliske uses Wyoming Public Radio's eclectic programming to fill the void that television used to. She says she loves that her brain is engaged and entertained. Rosalie Nelson - Casper, WY By Rosalie Nelson • Feb 5, 2018 Rosalie has listened to WPR since moving to Wyoming 1988 and contributes because, honestly, she doesn't want to listen to anything else. Rollin Abernathy - Laramie, WY By Rollin Abernathy • Feb 5, 2018 uwyo.edu Retired UW professor Rollin Abernathy speaks on the importance of Wyoming Public Radio to the daily life of he and his wife Carolyn and why they chose to donate to the Leadership Circle. Nancy Ayers - Jackson, WY By Nancy Ayers • Feb 5, 2018 Nancy talks about why she and her husband became members of the Leadership Circle and the importance of non-partisan news. Michelle McCormack - Wilson, WY By Anna Rader • Feb 5, 2018 Michelle talks about her love for local music programming and sends a shout out from herself, her husband Shannon, and their dog Stella.