By Ryan McConnaughey, ENDOW

June 18, 2019


ENDOW Wyoming

The ENDOW (Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming) Executive Council will meet with Gov. Mark Gordon at 8:30 a.m. on June 21 in Room PF109 of the Clay Pathfinder building on the Laramie County Community College campus to discuss priorities for ENDOW moving forward.  

In addition to discussing next steps for ENDOW, the Executive Council will have the opportunity to hear from the Wyoming Business Council on its newly adopted strategic plan and have a broad discussion about economic development in Wyoming with a variety of stakeholders. View the full agenda here.


ABOUT ENDOW

ENDOW aims to facilitate broader, lasting economic growth at the state and local level by capitalizing on the state’s No. 1 strength: Wyoming people. ENDOW is an opportunity for Wyoming to take the reins and realize a future where the state can prosper no matter the economic climate or the status of commodity prices.

The ENDOW Executive Council submitted its first report on Aug. 30, 2017. The Wyoming socioeconomic assessment established a baseline for the Preliminary Recommendations submitted on Dec. 29, 2017. The 20 Year Economic Diversification Strategy was submitted on August 22, 2018. Additional information on ENDOW can found at www.endowyo.biz.

For questions, please contact ENDOW Communications Coordinator Ryan McConnaughey at 307.851.4330, or email endow@wyo.gov.

 

 

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