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Governor Gordon applauds ENDOW Executive Council for Shaping Vision to Drive Economic Diversification « Back to Search Results

Focus will now shift to implementation & empowering WY citizens and decision-makers with key data to inform next steps

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Mark Gordon lauded the vision and leadership of former Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and the Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming (ENDOW) Executive Council today, announcing that ENDOW’s vision will continue driving state economic diversification efforts as his focus shifts to the next phase, one that includes targeted implementation plans and a transparent analysis of state revenues. 

“Three years ago, Governor Mead tasked a talented group of private and public sector leaders with thinking boldly and outside-the-box to evaluate the barriers we face to economic diversification, as well as the untapped opportunities,” Governor Gordon said. “Thanks to their tremendous efforts and time commitment, ENDOW has helped stretch our imagination and shown us what could be possible for the Wyoming economy of today and tomorrow.”

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