Jennie Gordon currently serves as First Lady of Wyoming.
She was born in Omaha, Nebraska but vacationed in Wyoming in her childhood because her father was stationed there in the 1950s.
When her father moved back to Wyoming, she agreed to stay for one summer to help him build his house. That was 39 years ago.
Listen to today’s episode to learn how she reaches her audience, how it feels to be a public figure, and why child hunger is so important to her.
“We can make a difference and we can make a difference as a Wyoming solution versus someone else’s.” – Jennie Gordon
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“The big thing I wanted to do with this initiative was not to reinvent the wheel, but to really highlight those people already doing this great work.” – Jennie Gordon
- What Jennie finds most intriguing about living in Wyoming
- What drives the First Lady of Wyoming
- Why is child hunger important
- How does the First Lady reach her audience
- How does it feel to be a public figure
- How to mentor young women in your life
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“Wyoming can do so many things that other big states with a lot of bureaucracy can’t do.” – Jennie Gordon