As a fourth-generation Wyoming native, Tate Mullen, Government Relations Director for the Wyoming Education Association, has strong ties to friends and family across the cowboy state.
Tate was born in Cheyenne and raised in Casper, where he attended Natrona County High School and Casper Community College. Tate went on to Laramie, where he received his master’s degree in political science, studying youth voter participation and mobilization. He worked as a policy and budget analyst for the Office of Budget and Management in Jefferson County, Colorado.
Before returning home to Wyoming, Tate worked as a policy and research analyst for Kansas Action for Children in Topeka Kansas, where he collaborated with state legislators, national partner organizations, and other statewide nonprofits on policies aimed at improving the lives of children and families across the state.
Sheila Bush is the Executive Director of the Wyoming Medical Society where she directs a variety of education and advocacy efforts designed to serve the physician and PA community in the state.
She began her career in policy and government affairs soon after graduating from the University of Wyoming with bachelor degrees in classical piano performance, philosophy, and English. Her 15 years in physician and patient advocacy has strengthened her commitment to sound healthcare policy and deepened her passion for ensuring Wyoming citizens have access to quality healthcare.
Dr. Tracey Haas, DO, MPH, is a family physician currently practicing in Laramie.
She is also a clinical instructor with University of Washington School of Medicine’s WWAMI Program, where she teaches first and second year medical students. Previously, she served as Chief Medical Officer for Colorado’s Medicaid Program in the Colorado Springs region for two years. She serves on the boards of several non-profits, always with a focus on helping underserved populations receive quality healthcare services. She is originally from Texas, where she received her medical degree, as well as an MPH in Global Health.
Josh Hannes is the Vice President of the Wyoming Hospital Association.
Josh was previously the Director of Strategy & External Affairs at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. He currently serves as the Vice Chair of the HealthWorks Board of Directors, a Federally Qualified Health Center in Cheyenne, as well as the President of the Board of Directors for Wyoming 2-1-1.
The People’s Review: LIVE! is an ongoing, interactive, highly accessible, low-cost way for people across Wyoming to engage with ESPC’s mission, Wyoming’s government, pressing current events, experts, and each other. Join us for the People’s Review: LIVE! on Thursday, June 18, 2020 @ 5pm.
- Health Insurance: Closing the Coverage Gap and Halting the Collapse of Rural Hospitals
- Thursday, June 18, 2020
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