Connie Sloan-Cathcart is the Executive Director of United Way of Laramie County. She represents the organization to the community, supports the Board of Directors and ensures our goals are met. She graduated from Slippery Rock State College in Pennsylvania. Connie has served on the Board of Cheyenne LEADS and both the Cheyenne Kiwanis Board and Foundation Board. She served on the Cheyenne Transit Public Transit Advisory Board and she reviews grants for the Division of Victim's Services. Connie served on the Board of the Wyoming Nonprofit Network and is their past president. She is the Past President of the Zonta Club of Cheyenne. Her dog, Tick, and her cat, Wildcat, are waiting for her when she gets home where she enjoys projects using recycled/upcycled paper, glass and furniture.
Rod Hottle is the Community Impact Coordinator for United Way of Laramie County. As such, he is responsible for assisting the Executive Director with the staff support of United Way of Laramie County’s community impact operations to include grants, Outcome Measurement, community initiatives, partnerships and ongoing community associations. Rod retired from the United States Air Force after a 26 year career in 2003. He graduated from Virginia Military Institute in May 1976 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and a commission in the United States Air Force. Rod also holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. He is married to Deb and they have two children.
Amber Still is the Marketing/Communications Specialist for United Way of Laramie County. She works with Corporate Sponsors and the Car Voucher program to help insure that all donor dollars are used for Program Partners and is responsible for media communications. Amber moved to Cheyenne over 15 years ago, from Phoenix, AZ. She is originally from Denver, CO. She has a passion for volunteering and giving back to her community. Amber served as Chairman of the Cheyenne Professional Network and is a graduate of Leadership Cheyenne. She currently serves as the Secretary of the K9s 4 Mobility Board of Directors, is an Education Investment Team volunteer, and an Emerging Leader for United Way of Laramie County. She and her husband Douglass absolutely love Cheyenne and Wyoming. They have three dogs, Shooter, Sniper, and Gunner. They love spending time with family.
Nancy Coffin is the Finance and Office Manager for United Way of Laramie County. She is responsible for the financial aspects of the organization and works closely with the Treasurer to provide the Board of Directors the reports they need to oversee the organization. She graduated from Colorado State University with a BS in Accounting and Minor in Economics. She has been a CPA for over three decades and over the years has worked in Public Accounting, Private Industry, and for Non-Profit companies. In her spare time, she loves to camp, hike, read, and travel.
Margaret Dobelmann is the Administrative Assistant/Data Specialist for the United Way of Laramie County. Margaret and her family moved to Cheyenne over six years ago from the St. Louis, MO area. She graduated from Southeast Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Education. She has worked for many non-profit organizations and loves serving the Laramie County Community. She and her husband, Vernon, have two adult children, Maria and Joseph.
Caroline Scott is the Major Gifts Officer for United Way of Laramie County. She develops and executes strategies that maintain and expand the base of charitable giving and implements the Major and Leadership Giving Programs for United Way of Laramie County. Caroline received her BA in Psychology from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. She returned to Cheyenne after graduating and was employed by the Department of Family Services where she worked to establish safety and permanency for families involved in abuse and neglect cases. In 2015, Caroline was crowned Miss Wyoming USA, she competed at the nationally televised Miss USA, and had opportunities to speak about foster care and the needs of families in her community. In her spare time, Caroline enjoys spending time with her family and her two dogs, Sam and Gracie.
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