We are four Wyoming women who seek to uplift others with ideas, information and inspiration. Women want to be connected, and we believe we can help fill this need through The Wyoming Woman
magazine. We welcome your comments and ideas as we spread this resource throughout the state.
- Nettie H. Francis
is new to the state of Wyoming. The idea to start The Wyoming Woman Magazine was a flash of inspiration that came one day while adapting to life in this spacious state. Most recently from Las Vegas, Nevada, Nettie has written on topics relating to women and families for the past fifteen years. She and her husband now enjoy the wide open spaces of Wyoming on their small family farm with their eight children. More of her work can be found here.
- Beth Worthen
is a fifth generation Wyoming native. After working as policy analyst for Governor Dave Freudenthal and assistant director for the Wyoming Healthcare Commission, Beth invests her time in her husband and 3 homeschooled children, a consulting business dedicated to community development, and service on various nonprofit boards. Beth finds sanity in daily runs and spending time at the family cabin in western Wyoming.
- Alicia Blevins
is a Wyoming native with ancestors who helped settle the Big Horn Basin area. She and her husband have been blessed with three beautiful red-headed daughters. They love to go for bike rides and enjoy horticultural activities. Alicia is also an artist whose pastel paintings are a part of private collections throughout the Rocky Mountain area. She loves hiking around the Wyoming countryside in search of inspiration for her next painting. More of her work can be found here
- Although she's a transplant to Wyoming of two years, Amanda Helm
feels like Wyoming has always been home. When not at work as the Development Director of the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper, she loves spending time with her wonderful husband and stepchildren, digging in the garden and enjoying the great outdoors in a variety of ways. Amanda finds great solace and inspiration from the relationships in her life and in the mountains, casting a fishing line, riding a horse or snowmobiling through fresh powder.