CASPER, Wyo. — The Wyoming Business Alliance has named Cindy DeLancey as its new president.

Cindy DeLancey will lead both the Wyoming Business Alliance and Wyoming Heritage Foundation starting in early June.

She replaces Bill Schilling, who is retiring after serving as president since 1986.

DeLancey’s professional resume includes working for BP America, executive director of the Wyoming County Commission Association as well as starting an agri-business.

In a statement, DeLancey says she looks forward to working closely with the business community, state elected leaders and local stakeholders in all 23 counties.

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