WYOMING TAXPAYERS FOUNDATION

Your support of the Wyoming Taxpayers Foundation enables essential research that strengthens our mission to educate about sound tax policy in Wyoming.

Each year, the Wyoming Taxpayers Association publishes numerous publications and reports that provide essential information for Wyoming taxpayers and policymakers. 

Funding the Wyoming Taxpayers Foundation, a registered 501(c)(3) organization, ensures the Association can continue to thoughtfully and thoroughly prepare high-quality publications and reports on a variety of issues facing Wyoming.

Our goal is to contribute to a well-informed population that understands the issues facing Wyoming today and in the future.

In support of that goal, the Wyoming Taxpayers Foundation works hard to provide timely information regarding Wyoming’s fiscal future. 

Your support allows us to dig into new topics, new perspectives, and new analysis that you can rely upon.

FOUNDATION Board of Directors

Bobby Rolston

Bobby Rolston

President

Bio

Bobby Rolston has over thirty years in the oil and gas business, the last twenty working for Occidental Petroleum (formerly Anadarko Petroleum), concentrating on State and Local Tax Policy in the Rocky Mountains. He serves on the Executive Committees of both the Wyoming Taxpayers Association and the Utah Taxpayers Association and has served as both Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Tax Committee for the Petroleum Association of Wyoming. Bobby is also a member of the Executive Committee for the Utah Petroleum Association. He has been appointed to Select Committees on Intangible Property Taxation, Special District Regulation and Mineral Valuation by Wyoming Governors Freudenthal and Mead.

Chris Brown

Chris Brown

Vice President

Bio

Chris serves as the Executive Director for both the Wyoming Hospitality Travel Coalition and Powering Up Wyoming.  After working more than 20 years in the restaurant industry, Chris began his association management career in 2011.  He is a tireless advocate for his clients, with a passion for the hospitality industry and the growth of renewable energy in Wyoming.  Chris and his wife Shelby have lived in Cheyenne for 20 years and have to sons, Ryder and Owen.  On his days off you will find Chris spending time with family, fly fishing and coaching both boy’s ice hockey teams.

Scott Wells

Scott Wells

Treasurer

Bio

Scott Wells is the Internal Audit Manager at True Companies in Casper, Wyoming. Prior to True Companies, he was an Audit Manager at KPMG LLP and Moss Adams LLP in Portland, Oregon. He also worked a number of years in Silicon Valley during the Dot Com Bust as an independent corporate financial consultant. Scott is a Chartered Financial Analyst as well as a licensed CPA (inactive). In addition to serving as the Treasurer of the Wyoming Taxpayers Association, he is also on the board of the Casper Children Development Center and the Natrona County Library Foundation. He is a graduate of both University of Oregon and Portland State University. Scott resides in Casper with his wife and four children.

David Bush

David Bush

At Large

Katie Legerski

Katie Legerski

At Large

Your contribution makes a difference!

 

To download a flier about the Wyoming Taxpayers Foundation to share with others who may be interested in supporting our goal, click here.

Enhance your membership with support of WTA’s unique mission of ADVOCATING SOUND TAX POLICY FOR A HEALTHY WYOMING ECONOMY though Wyoming Taxpayers Association 501c4 or Wyoming Taxpayers Foundation 501c3.

Sponsorship levels are as follows:

  • Bronze ($500)
  • Silver ($1,000)
  • Gold ($1,500)
  • Platinum ($2,500)
  • Presenting Partner ($5,000)

You can choose your level of support through exposure in our publications or by cohosting numerous events; further information on both options is outlined in the sections below.

Contact Ashley Harpstreith ashley@wyotax.org or 307-635-8761 for more information.

 

Show your support for WTA!

It is only with your support, through membership, that we are able to influence state and local tax policy.