Meet The Team


Visitor Center Manager


Molly is the Visitor Center Manager. She handles tourism inquiries, provides residents and non-residents with information, promotes tourism, businesses, and organizations on all social media platforms.

Molly has been with the company for about 1 year. Prior to that, she spent 6 years managing the Volunteer Program at a local hospital. Molly graduated from Bellevue University with a B.S. in Human & Social Service Administration. 

In her spare time, Molly enjoys camping, playing intermural sports, reading and spending time with her family. Molly believes in living simply, giving more, laughing often, and loving deeply.

Molly takes great pride in providing information to Goshen County residents and non-residents and promoting the area!


Business Development Director


Brayden Connour, Business Development Director, works to recruit, retain and expand business in Goshen County.

Brayden has been with Goshen Economic Development since August of 2019. Prior to that, he spent 3 years at the Wyoming Business Council. He was a Project Manager for the Business-Ready Community program, working with municipalities across the State of Wyoming. Brayden graduated  from the University of Wyoming with dual bachelor’s degrees; Finance and Ag. Business. He is a Certified Economic Development Finance Professional (EDFP) through the National Development Council (NDC). He serves on the Goshen County 2-Shot Goose Hunt Committee, the Community Hospital Advisory Board of Directors and is the treasurer of the Wyoming Hemp Association. In his spare time, Brayden enjoys hunting, golfing and spending time with his wife, Lynn and three year old black lab, Myla. Brayden believes that in any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing. The worst thing you can do is nothing. Brayden believes Goshen County is truly a great place to live and is determined to leave it a great place to live for future generations.

Marketing Director


Sondra is the Marketing Director for Goshen Economic Development Corporation where she works closely with the GEDC team, board of directors and CEO. Sondra has been with GEDC since January of 2017, she has over 25 years of combined administrative, graphic design, photography, newspaper, marketing, and sales experience. She administers the Progress Program grant fund and assists the Evergreen Plaza Joint Powers Board.

Sondra attended Eastern Wyoming College where she receive an A.A.S. in Business, then attended the University of Wyoming where she is working towards a B.F.A. with a concentration in graphic design.

In her spare time Sondra enjoys spending time with her family and six grandchildren, gardening, and crafting. She lives in Torrington with her husband Dave and their 3 year old Yorkie, Wrigley.

Sondra is passionate in providing Progress Program Grants to the businesses of Goshen County which is funded by the 1/4 Cent Sales Tax for Economic Development and strives to be a good steward of the taxpayer funds. She lives by the moto "A little progress each day adds up to big results." Sondra is proud to call Goshen County, "Big land open opportunity" home.

Office Manager


Tammy has been with Goshen Economic Development and the Chamber of Commerce since April of 2017. She is the Office Manager for GEDC  where she assists the office team and manages the day-to-day operations. Tammy also handles the account receivables, accounts payable, ordering office supplies, and membership. Prior to that she worked as a Dental Hygienist for 11 years and a Radiologic Technologist for 13 years.

Tammy lives in Goshen County with her husband and two sons. Tammy and her family are true supporters of this community.  In her spare time, Tammy enjoys spending time with her husband Brian and sons Garrett and Spencer, flower gardening, vegetable gardening, water sports, friends, and sunshine. 

Tammy believes in letting your smile change the world, but don’t let the world change your smile!

Goshen County has been a great place to live, work and raise her family.

Marketing Director


Sandy Hoehn is the Community Development Director which houses the Chamber of Commerce, Tourism, Main Street and helps provide administrative support for the Goshen County Lodging Tax Board and Community Pride Foundation Board. Sandy has been with GCEDC and the Chamber of Commerce since November of 2015, Sandy holds her Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education and two associates degree’s. Sandy comes to us with five years of Community Development experience and serves on numerous boards and committees throughout Goshen County.  Sandy lives on her partner’s family feedlot and farm operation, where they raise their son in the traditional cowboy lifestyle and culture. They enjoy participating in ranch rodeos/gymkhanas, fishing and teaching Ridge the value of hard work. Sandy believes that it is up to us to provide a great community for our future generations and by neighbors working together, Goshen County will prosper.



Lisa Miller, CEO, is responsible for providing leadership in the business development and job creation activities of Goshen County along with development and implementation of the strategic goals and objectives of GCEDC. 

Lisa joined GCEDC in 2016, prior to that having over 25 years of executive level experience in the corporate, foundation, association, government, and consultant sectors as well as being self-employed.   

She graduated from Central Michigan University with a BS in Community Development.  She is a proud member of Torrington Rotary, current board member of Wyoming Economic Development Association, graduate of Leadership Michigan have severed on many foundation and community boards, and several professional organizations. 

Lisa enjoys nature, 4-legged family, horseback riding on her ranch and traveling, especially to visit family. She believes the strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.

Lisa also believes people won’t necessarily remember what you said, they will however remember how you made them feel.  Therefore, work for a cause, not for applause; live life to express, not to impress; and don’t strive to make your presence noticed, just make your absence felt.   

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