Brian Harrington

Building BHP Imaging has been the most challenging and rewarding project of my life. Starting a business is a daunting undertaking, but it is also a very exciting and creative process. As I shaped my business, I constantly thought about creating a place where I would both love to work and also be a customer. It’s taken more of me than expected, but I can proudly say that I’ve done that.

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Trey Sherwood

2016 has been a great year, both professionally and personally. In the spring, I accepted an Innovation award on behalf of Laramie Main Street and the Laramie Mural Project from the National Main Street Center. Then, from the Wyoming Association of Municipalities, I accepted their Community Hero award for Main Street's collaborative work with private businesses and the City of Laramie.

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Shea Ware

Every day I get the opportunity to encourage, motivate, and challenge people to be the very best version of themselves. It is a place that allows people of all fitness backgrounds, ages, and levels to come, not only to better their health, but also to have the opportunity to volunteer and be encouraged to thrive not only in their lives, but in the lives of others as well.

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Willow Belden

In the spring of 2015, a year after leaving Wyoming Public Radio, I launched my own radio show: a podcast called Out There. It features stories and interviews about the outdoors, using the natural world as a lens through which to tackle broader social, psychological, and scientific issues.

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Danee Hunzie

Growing up I was very fortunate to have two educators as parents. We spent our summers traveling the country, visiting National and State Parks, and hopping from live music event to live music event. These concerts instilled my love for quality music, which has continued to grow over the years. It’s this artistic language we all speak that has the transformative power to build community.

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Joshua Baldwin

My greatest personal accomplishment is without doubt my marriage to my wonderful wife. I know I would not be where I am in my life or career without her support, patience and guidance. Professionally, I am most proud of being a leader at the Hilton Garden Inn and being a team member of the #1 hotel property in the area on TripAdvisor.

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Josie Molloy

I am most proud of marrying my best friend and also finding a job that I love. I have been very fortunate and count my blessings each day to spend life with a person that is always my biggest fan and come to a job that I enjoy each day. I started out as the receptionist at Laramie Chamber Business Alliance right out of college and was able to work my way up to the Vice President of Membership.

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Tyler Valentine

I have worked in credit union's since I was 18. What started as a job for me has become my passion. I am most proud that through my hard-work and dedication to the industry, I was named CEO at the age of 25.

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Rachelle Rose

I'm most proud of my ability to take a risk when the time is right. I got to Laramie because I knew I wasn't in the right place. I sold almost everything I owned, packed up my car and headed west. On my way to Portland, OR I met my now husband and stayed in Laramie. As a result, I've gotten to focus on my business full time.

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Tai Wright

One of my proudest personal accomplishments was running across the finish line in my first spirit triathlon. I trained for 5 months with a coach and my best friend to get my body and mind ready to swim the 500 meters, bike 15 miles, and to run a 5k – without stopping, one sport right after the other.

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Levi Hime

I am most proud of working with the youth of Laramie and across Wyoming for nearly twenty years. My wife and I started by coaching Cheerleading at LHS in the late 90’s, when we were in college. Then we became the State Chairpersons with the Wyoming Junior Miss program, which we moved to Laramie and hosted young ladies from around the state of Wyoming.

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Anne Mason

In 2013 I returned to my hometown of Laramie with a goal to bring fresh new theatre to the community. I applied my professional theatre experience to a production of BRILLIANT TRACES by Cindy Lou Johnson in the historic Gryphon Theatre. That venture was the first step in the life of my non-profit arts organization, Relative Theatrics.

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Sagan Hunsaker Wheeler

I am most proud of the relationships I have built both personally and professionally. The people in my life are absolutely the most important thing to me and I work to make sure that is evident in my actions. I hope that every interaction I have with my colleagues, fellow community members, and my family shows the appreciation I have for them and the role they play in my life, both personally and professionally.

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Rajeev Patel

The accomplishment(s) to date that I am most proud of are that I have been able to take over my family’s business operations, as well as expand my knowledge to create businesses of my own. A goal I have is for each new business I create to be a different type of endeavor than the last. Currently I own and operate businesses in 6 different industries.

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Rebecca Miller

I am fortunate to work for an organization and in an industry that not only allows, but encourages community involvement, and I get a lot of joy and personal fulfillment from my volunteer activities. And, while I don’t have children yet, my husband and I are the proud parents of two 6-year old puppies, a St. Bernard named Thor and a Chocolate Lab named Mocha!

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Andrea Summerville

I have completed a rigorous bachelor's degree in music from UW while working 60 hours per week, traveled the country as a special agent, have three beautiful children and was most recently elected to serve the Laramie community as a Council Member. All have been personal triumphs and important points in my life and it is hard to choose just one!

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