Trayce Rauscher holds a A.S. in Psychology from Casper College, a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from Montana Tech, and an MBA from NorthCentral University. She serves as
Continuing Education Chair for the local SPE Section, Treasurer for the Olivia Caldwell Foundation, and co-leads a community group with her husband. Prior work experience includes completions and production, focusing mainly on Secondary Recovery for Anadarko Petroleum in the Rockies. She is married with two stepchildren, one bearded dragon - Princess, and two Labradoodles - Gus and Ed. 

Sabrina Hamner holds B.S. degrees in Petroleum Engineering and Energy Resource Science from the University of Wyoming. A member of the Wyo. Chapter of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, she also serves as the Membership Chair. Prior work experience includes production, reservoir and well completion projects for EnCana Oil and Gas, Inc. and the Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute, in Wyoming, Colorado and Texas. A Wyoming native from RIverton, she now resides in Casper with her husband and adopted Alaskan Malamute

Frank Ingham is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Wyoming and holds a
 B.S. in Engineering from New Mexico State University and an A.S. in Geology from Casper College. He started his oil field career as a Geophysicist for Shell Oil Co.  In 1981 he moved to Casper to work for Gulf Oil Co. and has been here since then. He has worked as a Geophysicist, Geologist, and Engineer for major oil companies and small independents, and the Rocky Mountain Oilfield Testing 
Center. He has been with the WOGCC since July 2014.