LCCC confers certified public manager credentials to 15 graduates

group of CPM graduates Fall 2017CHEYENNE, WYO. — Fifteen participants received their Wyoming Certified Public Manager credential from Laramie County Community College this month.

The graduates are Bryan Arp, Enterprise Technology Services; Dennis Cease, State Parks and Cultural Resources; Sarah Chapman, Enterprise Technology Services; Kaeci Daniels, Department of Workforce Services; Drew Dobro, Department of Health; James Hruby, Department of Workforce Services; Danielle Marks, Department of Health; Reginald McClinton, Department of Health; Shawna Pena, Department of Health; Linda Orchard, Department of Workforce Services; Lisa Petersen, Department of Health; Kelsie Renneisen, Enterprise Technology Services; Lisa Sara, Department of Health; Cassandra Walkama, Department of Health; and Robert Weidler, Department of Agriculture.

All participants were asked to develop and initiate delivery on a project that brings new efficiencies to their respective organization. Projects addressed efficiencies in optimization of resources, succession planning, project management, process improvement, training, and more, saving their organizations thousands of dollars.

The CPM program is designed to develop the critical skills demanded by leaders in public and nonprofit sectors within one state. The nationally recognized program consists of 11 multiple-day sessions during the year. LCCC is the only accredited program in Wyoming to offer the CPM credential opportunity.

For more information about the program, contact Rhonda Priest at (307) 778-1356 or rpriestFREELARAMIE.