Kathy Dolan (Not Applicable)

Trustee-Community College District - - (11848)

3811 S Oak St
Casper, Wyoming 82601-6067
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I have lived in Casper for 33 years. I am a retired occupational therapist and worked at the Child Development Center with preschoolers with special needs. For 23 years I was an adjunct faculty for the University of North Dakota, which started a satellite Occupational Therapy program (now a doctorate program) housed at Casper College. My interests are reading, exercising, history and attending veterans, music, theater, dance sporting and "life long learner" events at the College.


Current Casper College Trustee, serving as Board Treasurer. I have also served as Chair, vice-chair and secretary.
Current member of the Casper College Foundation Board of Directors.
Current board member of the Board of Cooperative Education Services (BOCES) of Natrona County.
Vice Chair of Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees (WACCT)


BS in Occupational Therapy. Various specialized trainings in Occupational Therapy.
Master in Public Administration

Community Activities and Memberships

I am a member of the Nicolaysen, Fort Casper museum, Tate museum, WY Historical Foundation and Natrona County chapter.
I am a very active member of the Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees, which advocates for the community colleges.
Past member of the CAEDA Higher Education committee.
Past member of the Wyoming Occupational Therapy licensing board and state associations.
Past board member of Central Wyoming Hospice.
I enjoy attend fundraising event for local groups/causes.

Why I am Running

Serving our students and the citizens of Natrona County is a privilege for which I am very grateful.
I want to continue my advocacy work for our students and Casper College on the local and state level.
These efforts focus on sharing the community college roll in developing workers for our state, securing appropriate funding for the college and our employees,
capital construction, developing scholarship opportunities for non-traditional students, and visiting with constituents about their ideas to continue to move the forward, as we adapt to challenges in our quickly changing environment.

Top 3 Priorities

My priorities are listed above. I will continue to stay informed about national, state and local issues that may impact Casper College and remain active in our state trustee association. The legislature allocates significant funding for the colleges and it is a continual focus of our advocacy efforts. Contacts will continue regarding the developmental needs of the college, and funds needed to to continue a culture of teaching excellency for our students. Casper College needs the most current materials, equipment and technology to engage and educate.