Leadership Circle

Dale Strickland - Cheyenne, WY

Mar 7, 2018
Dale Strickland

Dale has been listening to WPR since 1972 when he came to graduates school at the University of Wyoming. He listened for free for a few years, but realized that the things he treasured most about public radio were only available due to donor funding. He recently joined the Leadership Circle because he realized that it was more affordable than he thought and understands how it maintains the quality of Wyoming Public Radio and the detailed news it provides. 

Sarah Gadd - Cheyenne, WY

Mar 7, 2018

Sarah has began listening to WPR in 1994, and it's been her primary source of news and its context since then. She finds time to listen all throughout the day, and she often finds herself sitting in the driveway waiting for a story to end. She supports WPR at the Leadership Circle level because since she listens so frequently, it's a no-brainer!

Lois Mottonen - Cheyenne, WY

Mar 7, 2018

Lois is a Wyoming native who find WPR to be an important part of her life with its supply of culture, music, and Wyoming news. She donates at the Leadership Circle level because she wants to keep public radio strong, no matter what happens in Washington, DC.

Mary Ellen Honsaker - Dubois, WY

Feb 27, 2018

Mary Ellen loves the fair and balanced news that Wyoming Public Radio provides her. She loves contributing on Pet Wednesday in honor of her Border Collie Franklin, but has listed Wyoming Public Radio as a beneficiary to her investment with her new financial planning to prolong her giving and support WPR into the future. Mary Ellen says that Wyoming Public Radio keeps our minds and souls alive, and encourages other listeners to think long term, as well as donate with her and Franklin on the next Pet Wednesday. 

Sarah Brown Matthews - Laramie, WY

Feb 27, 2018

Sarah Brown Matthews loves the opportunity to belong to a radio station that cares about its members and its content, and she says that she hasn't found that in many other states. She loves listening to Wyoming Sounds 103.5 FM in Laramie!

Terry Roark - Laramie, WY

Feb 5, 2018
uwyo.edu

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.

Rosalind Schliske - Cheyenne, WY

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

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

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

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

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.

Larry Wolfe - Cheyenne, WY

Feb 5, 2018

Leadership Circle Member Larry Wolfe talks about the interconnectedness provided by Wyoming Public Radio's ability to "knit" the state together.

Jill Baldauf - Jackson, WY

Feb 5, 2018
Jill Bauldauf

Jill Baldauf speaks on Wyoming Public Radio and its intellectual stimulation, unbiased discussion, and importance to future generations.

Dr. Mark Dowell - Casper, WY

Feb 5, 2018

Mark Dowell tells Wyoming Public Radio why he donates at the Leadership Circle level to keep Wyoming Public Radio's funding stable.

Dr. Brent Blue - Jackson, WY

Feb 5, 2018
inspiredpilot.com

Dr. Brent Blue calls in from Jackson, WY to tell us about his appreciation for state and national news.