Coming soon- more info about our Executive Committee Members...
This hard working group has built LPAC from the ground up!
Charles Bloom, LPAC Secretary
Charles Bloom, AICP, is the principal planner for the City of Laramie Planning Department and has been with the City since 2005. Charles has served as the past president of the Wyoming Planning Association (WYOPASS) and an adjunct professor teaching planning and sustainability in the University of Wyoming's Geography Department. Prior to Laramie, he was with the City of Little Rock, Arkansas as a Planner II and Historic Preservation Administrator and has worked at the University of Colorado Environmental Center. Charles has a Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Master of Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Colorado. Charles’ experiences have included the adoption of a Unified Development Code, managing specific area plans, creation of a historic district design guidelines and creation of a Housing Study. Charles has received numerous awards including the Arkansas Traveler award in 2005, 2016 Wyoming Player of the Year and was named as one of Laramie Young Professionals 2016’s top 20 Under 40 in Laramie, WY.
Susan Moldenhauer, Director and Chief Curator of the University of Wyoming Art Museum
Susan Moldenhauer serves as the Vice-Chair for LPAC. She is the Director and Chief Curator of the University of Wyoming Art Museum with curatorial expertise in contemporary art. She co-administers the Laramie Mural Project with Trey Sherwood and is the co-founder of the Laramie Artists Project and its biennial exhibition Touchstone Laramie with Laramie artist Wendy Lemen Bredehoft. Moldenhauer has a master of fine arts in Photography. She is also a practicing fine art photographer.
Trey Sherwood, Executive Director of Laramie Main Street Alliance
Trey Sherwood serves as the Treasurer for LPAC. She is the Executive Director of the Laramie Main Street Alliance, the economic development non profit charged with revitalizing downtown Laramie. Sherwood co-administers the Laramie Mural Project with Susan and serves as secretary for the Laramie Plains Museum board of directors. Sherwood has a master's in Public History with a concentration in Museum Studies. In her free time, she enjoys photography, shopping local and long hikes with her dogs.
Meg Thompson Stanton, Coordinator of LPAC
Meg has the honor of being the first staff person hired by LPAC. Her duties include administrative work, community out reach, and herding cats (also know as keeping the executive committee on task). She is a practicing artist and artisan who works in several different media, heeding the story of the culture and landscape through visual form. In 2013 she co-founded Wyoming Art Party and won the call to design bike racks for downtown Laramie. In 2015 she worked for the public art consulting team, Renee Piechocki and Jennifer McGregor, developing a public art plan for Laramie. When she is not making things, or herding cats, she enjoys playing outside with her family and friends.