People

  • Membership Production Intern

    NPR has always been a part of my life as a trusted news source and an informative companion helping me to pass the time. I am excited to be a member of the WPR team this fall. I am a UW senior in sociology but thankful for the...

  • Cultural Affairs Volunteer - HumaNature and Spoken Words

    Annie is an MFA candidate in fiction at the University of Wyoming. She is originally from Michigan, but comes to Laramie by way of California, Virginia, Montana and Alaska. She earned degrees in Political Science and Law from Stanford...

  • Ranch Breakfast Host

    Kelli Trujillo came to Wyoming for graduate school, and earned both MS and PhD degrees in geology and paleontology from the University of Wyoming. She loved Wyoming so much she decided to stay, and now works as a consulting...

  • Cultural Affairs Volunteer

    Lila Konecky is a third year student studying International Studies and Arabic at the University of Wyoming. She recently studied in Morocco and can't wait to go abroad again! In her free time, Lila enjoys reading, hanging out with friends, and...

  • Wyoming Sounds Host

    Sharon Martinson specializes in playing American Folk for Wyoming Sounds. A touring musician herself, she leads The Littlest Birds with her flock of banjos.  Dr. Martinson is also a visiting scholar & research ecologist at Dartmouth College...

  • Cultural Affairs Volunteer—Spoken Words

    Tayo and his cat Augie come from the northern plains of North Dakota. As an adventurer, trail runner, bikepacker, and scavenger, he is loving life in Laramie. Most recently an associate professor of philosophy at Bismarck State...

  • Cultural Affairs Volunteer - HUMANATURE

    Tressa Versteeg is a recent graduate of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and is a budding freelance radio storyteller. She grew up mostly in Iowa but has lived all over what many would refer to as the middle of nowhere, but which she...