Board of Directors

  • Samuel Weinstein
    Bio
    Samuel Weinstein
    Board Chair
    Samuel Weinstein
    Board Chair

    Sam Weinstein has built his personal and professional life through community engagement in Wyoming for over 15 years. Professionally, Sam works with The Wyoming Smart Capital Network which focuses on economic development by financing small businesses through Wyoming community bank partners. Sam's commitment to community involvement is notable, having held leadership positions in organizations such as the Laramie County Community College Foundation, Southeast Wyoming Builders Association, the Kiwanis Club of Cheyenne, and Wyoming Mortgage Lenders Association. Sam has established firm roots in Cheyenne, where he resides with his girlfriend, Rebeca, along with her two daughters, and their beloved pets, Harley the dog, and Darwin the cat.

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    Bio
    Juan Coronado
    Board Member
    Juan Coronado
    Board Member
  • Yara Kling
    Bio
    Yara Kling
    Board Secretary
    Yara Kling
    Board Secretary

    Born and raised in Puerto Rico. She possesses a Bachelor of Arts in Communications with a concentration in Public Relations from the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus [2001], an associate degree in Intelligence Operations from Cochise College, Sierra Vista, AZ [2008], and a Master in Business Administration from University of Phoenix [2014]. She has a combined 22 years of experience in the Intelligence Community [US Navy and WY Law Enforcement]. She works as an application analyst for Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, enjoys spending time with her family and dogs, and traveling.

  • Ann Redman
    Bio
    Ann Redman
    Board Member
    Ann Redman
    Board Member

     Ann Esquibel Redman is a native of New Mexico and the daughter of the late Gertrude Garcia Esquibel and the late Martin Esquibel.  The family moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming when Ann was 14 and a freshman in high school.  She graduated from St. Mary’s High School in Cheyenne and Parks Business College in Denver, Colorado.   She comes from a family of nine children.  

     

    After her husband retired from the Air Force, she returned to Cheyenne and worked in State Government, serving under Governor's Herschler, Sullivan, Geringer and Freudenthal.  She is Founder of the Wyoming Latina Youth Conference and co-founder of HOPE, Hispanic Organization for progress and Education.  She has served on a number of local and statewide organizations, including the Wyoming Women's Foundation, Laramie County Community College Foundation, Foster Grandparents, St. Mary’s School Foundation and the USS Wyoming Board.

     

    In 2016 the Wyoming Council for Women's Issues honored Ann with the 2016 Distinguished Woman of the Year and was the recipient of the 2017 Woman of Influence Lifetime Achievement award, presented by the Wyoming Business Report.  She is the 2001 Athena Recipient awarded by the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce.

Next Board Meeting


May 20, 2024 @ 5:30 PM