Executive director

The Rev. Annemarie Delgado
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I am a citizen of the world. I am one of God's children. I am a Daughter of the King.

The Rev. Annemarie Delgado became WIN’s Executive Director on August 1, 2021. Annemarie is a priest in the Episcopal Church in Wyoming and a graduate of Berkeley Divinity School at Yale where she earned a Master of Divinity degree with an Anglican Studies diploma.

In 2004 Annemarie became a member of The Order of the Daughters of the King®, an order for women in the church who follow a Rule of Life that includes daily prayer and service. Annemarie has made numerous contributions to The Order over the years and currently serves as their Finance Chair. The non-profit experience and knowledge gained from Annemarie’s ministry with The Order will benefit WIN as she helps guide the organization in accomplishing its mission.

Born in Australia to European parents, Annemarie moved numerous times internationally as a child, eventually landing in Gillette. During her time serving in the US Army, she has been surrounded by people of different cultures and different faiths. Consequently, Annemarie has a world view that makes her an effective leader. She brings a valuable set of organizational and management skills combined with a heart for service to WIN.

The two great commandments of loving God and our neighbors serve as the foundation of Annemarie’s faith. She believes that as we live out these commandments, we continue to grow closer to each other and to the Holy – the One who created us each as unique individuals and yet to be in blessed community with each other.

Annemarie resides in Beulah and serves with the Church of the Good Shepherd in Sundance.

Executive team

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CHAIR - CARL CARMICHAEL
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CARL CARMICHAEL has been a member of WIN since 2010, and has served as the Peace and Justice Team Chair for six years, as chair of the Board for two terms, and was elected to the position of Chair for a third term starting in 2020. Carl is a United Methodist, a past Chair of Family Promise Cheyenne, and currently a member of the United Methodist Wyoming Roundtable, a policy, and procedures governing board. Carl is a member of the national Interfaith Alliance and the Colorado Interfaith Alliance. He lives in Sheridan with his wife Eloise Saltzgaver, retired United Methodist clergy. They love Sheridan and share living space with their dog Jacob and Trouble the cat. Carl is blessed and humbled by the trust placed in him by the WIN Board of Directors.  

VICE CHAIR - KATRINA BRADLEY
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KATRINA BRADLEY is a member of the Baha’i Faith and currently facilitates the Spiritual Life Team, as well as serving as Vice Chair for the Wyoming Interfaith Network. She holds a master’s degree in community counseling and worked as a licensed Professional Counselor for fifteen years before turning her energies to homeschooling. Katrina served the Baha’i Community in various roles in Colorado before moving to Wyoming two years ago. She is passionate about family, faith, education, and animals.

secretary - the rev. ken ingram
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THE REV. KEN INGRAM serves St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Laramie.  He has been the recording secretary of WIN since 2017.  Ken is a member of the Laramie Ministerial Association and serves on the board of Wyoming Equality.  Ken is active in his church conference and association.  He feels that interfaith and ecumenical gatherings and organizations are important to focus on those things that bring us together, rather than looking for things that bring separation.  Living in a mostly rural state, and in the current environment in our country, working together strengthens us all.

treasurer - the rev. doug goodwin
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THE REV. DOUG GOODWIN

AT-LARGE EXECUTIVE MEMBER - DR. MOHAMED SALIH
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DR. MOHAMED SALIH is a retired Dean of Business, Agriculture and Technology at Laramie County Community College (LCCC) where his innovative ideas and grant acquisition skills were instrumental in the development and implementation of many successful computer and business programs. In 2003, Dr. Salih was recognized with the Wyoming Administrator of the Year award. Prior to his 22 ½ years with LCCC, Dr. Salih taught and served as department chair at Oglala Lakota College. During this time, he initiated and guided several business, agricultural, and technical programs at the college.

Dr. Salih also taught a History and Philosophy of Islam college course for many years and makes himself available as a resource for Islamic questions and issues.  Dr. Salih served on many different non-profit boards in Cheyenne including Cheyenne Interfaith Council. Dr. Salih believes in the interfaith work that at its core leads to understanding and tolerance and cooperation among the different faith groups. He presently serves on the Board of Directors for Wyoming Interfaith Network.

Dr. Salih is a lifelong learner and educator holding a PhD from Texas Tech, an MS from Montana State University, an MBA from the University of South Dakota in addition to a bachelor’s degree from Utah State University.

members of the board

judy eicher
united methodist representative
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JUDY EICHER

DR. RON FROST
Buddhist representative
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DR. RON FROST is a professor emeritus from the University of Wyoming. Ron had a fabulous career as a professor of geology for 38 years focusing on his field of expertise in igneous and metamorphic petrology. He feels blessed to have walked all the mountain ranges of Wyoming, studying the rocks that resided there, and been paid to do so! During the years spent with colleagues at the university they established that the crystalline rocks exposed in Wyoming’s mountains are some of the oldest rocks in the world.

Ron has been a practicing Buddhist for more than 35 years. In the 1990s, he took the three-month Vajradhatu seminary where he learned the details of Hinayana, Mahayana, and Vajrayana Buddhism. In the last decade, he participated in the ultimate training in Tibetan Buddhism by participating in a three-year retreat at Gampo Abbey, a Buddhist monastery on Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. He took temporary ordination as a monk for the duration of the retreat. Since leaving retreat, he has been studying the practices of various religions. As a result of these studies, he has come to realize that Christian contemplative prayer is essentially the same as Buddhist meditation. After realizing this, he has been participating in contemplative practices with the La Foret Conference & Retreat Center of the United Church of Christ.

THE REV. BONITA KNOX
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH OF AMERICA
ROCKY  MOUNTAIN CONFERENCE representative
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THE REV. BONITA KNOX

the rev. RODGER MCDANIEL
PRESBYTERIAN (USA) REPRESENTATIVE
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THE REV. RODGER MCDANIEL was a Wyoming legislator from 1971-1981 and the Democratic Party nominee for the United States Senate in 1982. After practicing law for 20 years, he received a Master of Divinity degree from the Iliff School of Theology in Denver and was ordained in 1999.

He was Director of the Wyoming Department of Family Services and headed the state’s mental health, substance abuse, and suicide prevention programs from 2003-2011. He is currently the pastor of Highlands Presbyterian Church in Cheyenne.

Rodger has written four books. “Dying for Joe McCarthy’s Sins-The Suicide of Wyoming Senator Lester Hunt,” was named the best nonfiction book of 2014 by the Wyoming State Historical Society. The Sagebrush Gospel was published in 2014, followed by “Howard Zinn and Lois Mottonen Fistfight in the Equality State” in 2018. Rodgers' fourth book, “The Man in the Arena: The Life and Times of U.S. Senator Gale McGee” was named this book the best non-fiction book of 2019 by The Wyoming State Historical Society. 

the rev. warren murphy
episcopal church in wyoming REPRESENTATIVE
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THE REV. WARREN MURPHY has been associated with WIN and all its previous manifestations since 1977. He has represented the Episcopal Church in Wyoming for most of these years and served as Director of the Wyoming Association of Churches from 2004 through 2009. 

As Ecumenical and Interreligious Officer of the Episcopal Diocese he has been active nationally with the Episcopal Diocesan Ecumenical and Interreligious Officers (EDEIO) that are active in bringing together the Episcopal Church in their ecumenical relationships with the Roman Catholic, United Methodist, Evangelical Lutheran and Presbyterian Churches. This group co-sponsors the National Workshop on Christian Unity that meets annually throughout the United States. 

Warren is a passionate supporter of social and environmental justice issues and has worked on behalf of these issues for over 44 years in Wyoming. He is also the author of two books about his experiences in the state. On Sacred Ground: A Religious and Spiritual History of Wyoming received the best historical nonfiction award by the Wyoming State Historical Society in 2011. His most recent work, Unique and Different: A Memoir of a Wyoming Journey, was published in 2020 and tells the story of his adventures with numerous references to ecumenical and interfaith work in the state. He resides in Cody with his wife Kate where he continues to actively serve the spiritual needs of the Park County community. 

the rev. DR. SALLY PALMER
AT-LARGE BOARD MEMBER
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THE REV. DR. SALLY PALMER is a retired pastor from St. Paul's United Church of Christ in Laramie and has taught religious studies as an adjunct professor at the University of Wyoming since 1994. Sal, as she likes to be called, has a deep love of creation and focuses on integrating religion with science.

 

Having been a part of WIN's On Sacred Ground Team for many years, Sal currently serves as the team's facilitator.

maia rose
friends-quaker representative
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MAIA ROSE was raised in the Roman Catholic Faith, but has explored other faiths, especially Eastern meditation, as an adult. When she and her husband moved to Wyoming, she felt strongly moved to find a spiritual community and did so when she attended her first Religious Society of Friends (Quaker) worship in Lander during the middle 1990’s. After becoming a member of Wyoming Friends Meeting (WFM), she held several positions including one as WFM Representative to the Wyoming Association of Churches (title prior to Wyoming Interfaith Network). As Quakers, we practice our faith in daily life and have found the Wyoming Interfaith Network (WIN) a supportive community in which to do this, especially, in the peace and social justice  area.