Exposition Featured Speaker

Industry Networking Dinner | Wednesday, June 26th at 6:00 pm

Liz Cheney serves as Wyoming’s lone member of Congress in the U.S. House of Representatives. She was first elected in 2016, on a platform of pursuing conservative solutions to help create jobs, cut taxes and regulation, expand America’s energy, mining and ag industries and restoring America’s strength and power in the world. Cheney serves on the House Armed Services Committee, Natural Resources Committee and Rules Committee.

Prior to her election to Congress, Liz served as the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the Middle East. She also practiced law at White & Case, was a Fox News Contributor, and the co-founder of two non-profit organizations, Keep America Safe and the Alliance for a Strong America, focused on educating voters about the importance of American leadership in the world. She is the co-author, along with Vice President Cheney, of Exceptional: Why The World Needs a Powerful America, and a member of the International Board of Advisors at the University of Wyoming.

Press releases and newsletters: https://cheney.house.gov/issues/energy/

Exposition Speaker (invited)

Industry Networking Dinner | Wednesday, June 26th at 6:00 pm

Mark Gordon is a rancher, small businessman, and Wyoming’s State Treasurer. As Treasurer, Mark led a transformation of the office resulting in improved returns on state investments, better protection of state savings, and increased transparency and access to state financial data for the general public.

Growing up on the family ranch in Johnson County, Mark learned the value of hard work, integrity, and the importance of finishing what you start. After graduating from college in 1979, Mark ran several successful businesses in Buffalo and Sheridan including two focused on outdoor recreation and tourism. He later worked in the oil and gas industry.

Under Mark’s leadership, state investments have grown by $5 billion. He overhauled and modernized the State Treasurer’s office, ultimately positioning Wyoming to benefit further from investment income in the years to come. His efforts to improve transparency surrounding the state’s financial portfolio resulted in Wyoming being ranked number one in the United States for transparency and third in the world among all sovereign funds.

Symposium Moderator

Energy Symposium | Wednesday, June 26th and Thursday, June 27th

Michael Von Flatern is a Republican member of the Wyoming State Senate, representing District 24. He was first elected to the chamber in 2004. He is currently the Wyoming Senate Vice President, Chairman Senate Minerals, and Business and Economic Development.

Von Flatern received his diploma from Saint Bernard’s High School in 1972.

Von Flatern was owner and president of Von’s Welding, Incorporated from 1979 to 1997. He is also a pilot.

Symposium Presenter

Energy Symposium | Wednesday, June 26th and Thursday, June 27th

Paul Ulrich serves the Director, Government Affairs & Regulatory for Jonah Energy providing leadership and strategic counsel for operational, government, environmental and regulatory issues. He serves as spokesperson, crisis communications and external relations lead. Paul’s position at Jonah Energy as a leader among peers and as a trusted advisor and resource among all policymakers. Lastly, a high level leadership and management for operations and NEPA projects.

Symposium Presenter

Energy Symposium | Wednesday, June 26th and Thursday, June 27th

Harriet Hageman has been a trial attorney for almost 28 years. She began her focus on water and natural resource issues in 1997 when the State hired her to handle Nebraska v. Wyoming, defending our rights to the North Platte River. She opened her own law firm in August, 2000, and has dedicated her career over the last few decades to fighting for Wyoming and our citizens. Harriet is well known for challenging federal overreach, for protecting our water rights and users, for exposing federal land and wildlife mismanagement, for protecting private property rights, for challenging unconstitutional acts by both state and federal agencies, and for working with local governments to ensure that they can meet long-term water demands. Clients include numerous municipalities, counties, sportsmen and outfitting groups, landowners, farmers, ranchers, irrigation districts, oil and gas companies, real estate brokers, parents and children seeking to defend their constitutional rights, gravel companies, and other small business owners. Harriet is licensed to practice law in Wyoming, Michigan, Colorado and Nebraska and is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.

Master of Ceremonies

Industry Networking Dinner | Wednesday, June 26th at 6:00 pm

Nathan Winters currently serves as State Representative for Wyoming House District 28. In that capacity, he serves as Chairman of the House Republican Caucus, Vice-Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and on the Management Audit Committee. He has also served on the Minerals, Business and Economic Development Committee; and the Agriculture, State and Public Lands and Water Resource Committee.

He was a Pastor at the First Baptist Church of Thermopolis and works extensively as a speaker and teacher as well as an administrator. He also served as the Chairman of the Hot Springs County Republican Party and as Parliamentarian for the Wyoming Republican Party.

Winters graduated from high school in Cheyenne and has a Bachelor’s degree in Theology and a Master’s Degree in Religious Education. He lives in Thermopolis with his wife, Christie, who is an elementary school teacher. They have three children.

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