Get to Know our Staff in Laramie County
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Josie Brittain manages Albany, Laramie and Sweetwater counties as the Program Supervisor for Parents as Teachers. She was born and raised in Wyoming, and has resided in Cheyenne for the past eight years. She has a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Wyoming in Family and Consumer Sciences, with a focus on Professional Child Development. Josie has a strong passion for the Parents as Teachers program and the empowerment it brings to the families we serve.
Gracie Brown is a Parent Educator for Laramie County. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wyoming in Human Development and Family Sciences with a concentration in Early Childhood. Gracie has called Wyoming home for over 20 years and believes it to be the greatest state! She believes that every child and family is capable of success. Her passion is supporting parents in their realization of their potential through strengthening relationships with their children, while they also become mindful of their role in their child’s developing brain.
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Program Support Specialist | Parent Educator
Heather Kibler is the Program Support Specialist for Laramie County, Albany County and Sweet Water County. She is also serving as a Parent Educator in Laramie County. Heather has a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education. Heather moved to Cheyenne in 2010 with her family. Prior to working for Parents as Teachers, Heather was a preschool teacher here in Cheyenne for 5 years. Heather has a passion for early childhood education and loves to see young children learn new skills that will help them succeed in the future. She believes that every parent is their child's first and most important teacher.
Heather has a Bachelor of Science in Child Development from Florida State University, with post-graduate emphases in Infancy and Parenting. Heather enjoys working with diverse populations. Heather particularly enjoys helping parents recognize their strengths, helping them build on them, helping them understand their child's developmental changes, and how everything they do together has an impact on their relationship and their child's development.