Jennifer Lowe – Executive Director
As Executive Director of the Equality State Policy Center, Jennifer Lowe leads a dynamic team of dedicated advocates committed to making life better for all those that call Wyoming home.
Prior to joining the ESPC team, Jenn served as the Director of Legislative and External Affairs for the Association of California Cities – Orange County. During her time there, she oversaw that Association’s efforts to advocate for policies that recognized the importance of regional solutions to complex policy issues. Jenn started her professional career as a reporter for the Orange County Register, where she covered local politics. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and a Masters of Public Administration from California State University, Fullerton. She now resides in Star Valley.
Celeste Prall – Administrative Coordinator
As Administrative Coordinator at the Equality State Policy Center, Celeste ensures that the ESPC team operates efficiently as we work towards our mission.
Before joining the ESPC, Celeste worked with GEAR UP Wyoming, a grant focused on college access for income qualifying students. Over her time at GEAR UP she worked with statewide sub-grantees to provide programming for students and families to improve college access and lessen barriers. She received a Bachelor’s of Science in Environmental Systems Sciences and Environment & Natural Resources from the University of Wyoming. She now resides in Laramie.
Rosa Reyna-Pugh – Community Organizer
Rosa serves as a Community Organizer in Sweetwater and Carbon County. Rosa is originally from Alamo, Texas but called Mississippi home before moving to Rock Springs in 2018 with her husband Scottie Pugh. Rosa attended Western Wyoming Community College where she connected with the Hispanic/Latino community on campus. During her time at Western she discovered she can assist her community and mobilized to assist the off-campus Hispanic community in Rock Springs.
Rosa and Scottie own a photography company which allows them to explore Sweetwater County during their free time. Rosa has two fur children, Walt and Wimpy whom she loves dearly.