Jordan bishop is a fifth-generation Wyomingite, educator, and activist from Laramie. His background in religious studies and education led him to work in the United Arab Emirates as a social studies teacher for two years. As the recently appointed executive director of WIN, Jordan seeks to bring together Wyoming’s diverse religious communities for the common good.
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 is 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, and is looking forward to another exciting term as Chair.
MAIA ROSE has been the WIN board representative for Wyoming Friends Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends for over 10 yrs. with a 4year absence during which she was Clerk of Wyoming Friends Meeting. She has served as Treasurer and recently as Vice Chair. Currently she is serving again as Treasurer. Maia is also a member of the Spiritual Life team working with the Better Angels organization to help depolarize the political climate in Wyoming. She raises a small flock of sheep in Red Canyon just outside Lander and is a massage/biodynamic craniosacral therapist with an office in Lander.
REV. Ken INgramserves St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Laramie. He has been the recording secretary of WIN for the past three years. Ken is a member of the Laramie Ministerial Association, and is also 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 seperation. Living in a mostly rural state, and in the current environment in our country, working together strengthens us all.
RABBI LARRY MOLDO is the past Chair of the Wyoming Interfaith Network as well as serving Cheyenne’s Mount Sinai Congregation. He is also on the Executive Board of COMEA and a past President of the Cheyenne Interfaith Council.
Members of the Board
Disciples of Christ
Evangelical Lutheran Church of America – Rocky Mountain Conference
Steve van ostran
Southeast Wyoming Islamic Center