Board of Directors
Pamela Ivey – President
Mrs. Ivey has served as the board president since June of 2017. She is the Executive Director of the Wyoming Board of Certified Public Accountants. Mrs. Ivey brings a solid finance background to the Safety Council, she has been involved banking for a number of years with Warren Federal Credit Union, First Interstate Bank and Key Bank of Wyoming. Mrs. Ivey also served as Vice President, Member Services for the Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce.
Ryan Mechaley – Vice President
Mr. Mechaley is the Safety Director for Northern Production Company in Gillette, WY. Prior to this he spent 15 years as a State Trooper with the South Dakota Highway Patrol and before that was a Fire Fighter and EMT with the Aberdeen Fire and Rescue in Aberdeen, SD. Mr. Mechaley has dedicated his entire career to safety.
Tanya Lewis – Secretary
Ms. Lewis is the Community Relations Specialist at Sinclair Refinery in Casper, Wyoming. She is a 2015 graduate of Leadership Casper and a 2017 graduate of Leadership Wyoming. Ms. Lewis has served on several boards and lent her leadership skills to many non-profit and fund raising events with great success. In her professional capacity, Ms. Lewis has developed and maintained a positive reputation for her company.
Pat Moffett – Treasurer
Mr. Moffett retired as Colonel from the Wyoming Air National Guard in 2017 after a long and productive career. He has served the community through many organizations including serving as the Contract Acts Chairman for Cheyenne Frontier Days. Mr. Moffett holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology from Southern Illinois University and is a graduate of both Leadership Cheyenne and Leadership Wyoming.
Ron Watson – Director
Mr. Watson is an EHS Professional with Devon Energy in Gillette, WY. He is from Havre, MT and spent most of his career there. Mr. Watson has spent his entire professional career in safety, both as a safety manager and trainer. With his roots in Havre, He brings a Montana voice to the board of directors and his connections to his home state allow the Council to truly represent Wyoming and Montana.