Meet Casper's Women
While much of the women’s suffrage movement in Wyoming took place in Laramie, Cheyenne and South Pass City, Casper stands out because it’s a place where Wyoming women today have found their place and are harnessing their distinct voices. The city is home to some of the state’s most incredible women, from local business owners to musicians and women who are simply making moves.
Q+A with the Women of Wyoming
Even though you won’t be able to meet all of the incredible women in Casper, we wanted you to get to know a few of the ladies who help make this city—and Wyoming—such a wonderful place. Get to know our strong Wyoming women through this Q+A series.
Also, in case you missed it, Casper women and mother/daughter duo Nimi and Nina McConigley were featured in podcasts and profiles in the Women in Wyoming series by Lindsay Linton Buk. Read more about them, and listen to their interviews, here.