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Program Development Assistant
Josh is from Greybull, Wyoming. He moved to Laramie to attend the University of Wyoming, where he earned his MPA. He enjoys taking walks, camping, and creating and producing music. Josh has been working with nonprofits since he was 18. He started working at Family Promise in December of 2020 as Family Advocate and accepted his role as Executive Director in June of 2022.
Kaylynn grew up in Veteran, Wyoming. She moved to Laramie, Wyoming to attend the University of Wyoming, where she earned her Bachelor's Degree in Social Work. She enjoys spending time outdoors, reading, and hanging out with friends. She started as an intern with Family Promise of Albany County in September of 2021 before starting in her position of Family Advocate. Kaylynn is looking forward to continuing her work with Albany County families.
Acting Chief Technology Officer
Gary comes to Family Promise in 2019 in a CTO role from the Encore Fellowship Program and is honored to have the opportunity to work with a great Family Promise team on architecting and planning the IT tools and platform that will help drive the growth and scale of the Affiliates and the services they provide to their families for the next several years.
Chief Operating Officer, ext. 111.
While earning a MBA from Rutgers University, Sandra worked with a professor to develop the initial business plan for a new non-profit called GlassRoots. Based in Newark, NJ, the organization was created to provide area youth with opportunities to acquire entrepreneurial and life skills, via the art of glassmaking. The success of this project, along with a variety of volunteer experiences, solidified Sandra’s passion for advancing the nonprofit sector and inspired her to transition her career out of the corporate sector.
Chief Impact Officer, ext. 116.
Cara Bradshaw is a communications and fundraising professional who has worked on communications and fundraising teams at international humanitarian organizations, in higher education, and in the media to promote social justice and community engagement.
Chief Executive Officer, ext. 112.
Born in New York State, Claas lived in multiple household settings his first six years, impressing on him the critical need for stability for children and families. A graduate of New York University, Claas worked in video production, publishing, business development and advertising while also teaching English as an adjunct professor at two local community colleges. From his work with low-income students, he saw first-hand the struggle of families to change their economic circumstances.
Our Goals Are...
Keeping Families Together
A place for intact families, single parents, and families with teenagers to go without being split up.
Meeting Personal Needs
Providing resources like case management, hygiene essentials, temporary lodging, vital resource recovery, and rent and utility relief through engagement with local community partners.
Safety & Security
An environment that can reduce the risk of trauma associated with homelessness for families working toward independent living goals.