Ryley Constable, Campbell County High School--President
Hello, Wyoming DECA! I was raised in Gillette, attend Campbell County High School, and have competed in DECA for three years.  DECA is my favorite activity, but I also like fantasy football a lot!  After high school, I plan to attend the University of Notre Dame and major in Finance.

DECA Mission Moment "My DECA moment is the community service work involved with my membership at CCHS.  During all three years, my chapter has coordinated a community service drive to provide Christmas presents for disabled vets in northeast Wyoming.  Giving back to the community is my favorite aspect of DECA."

Morgan Bundy, Natrona County High School--Secretary
My name is Morgan, and I was born and raised in Casper.  I currently attend Natrona County High School as a senior.  I am a Certified Nurse's Assistant and spend much of my time working at a local Assisted Living facility.  In the future, I would like to continue to work in the Healthcare field and plan to become a Nurse.

DECA Mission Moment "The best DECA moment I have had so far was traveling to Nashville, Tennessee, to competed in ICDC last year!  I loved meeting new people and seeing just how many DECA kids there really are!"

Troy Cassity, Riverton High School--Vice President of Career Development
Riverton has been my home for my entire life, and DECA has made me feel even more connected to my community.  Aside from DECA, I have also dedicated my senior year to Student Council, NHR, RHS Leadership, and the C.A.N. Board.  Outside of school, I work as a document specialist at a local accounting firm, Reddon, Koehn & Associates, CPAs, P.C.  I have also been appointed the Riverton High School social media correspondent, which has been a great experience.  In my free time, you'll find me at the mall or hanging out with family and friends.  Technology is my passion; and although I haven't decided on a college yet, I hope to pursue a career pathway in Business and Technology next year.  Because of DECA, I already have some experience in this field, and I have more confidence in making decisions about my future.

DECA Mission Moment "Over the past two years, DECA has taugh me how to excel as a professional and a leader.  The role plays and service projects have taught me how to speak publicly with more confidence.  I am excited to see what this year as a state officer will bring and can't wait to grow my skills as a leader!"

Valerie Rapp, Kelly Walsh High School--Vice President of Communication

Hello!  I am Valerie Rapp, the proud VP of Communication!  I was born and raised in Casper, and I am currently a very busy senior engaged in National Honors' Society and other charitable organizations.  In my rapidly approaching future, I hope to get a degree in Business with an emphasis in Hospitality.

DECA Mission Moment "One of my most memorable DECA moments was at ICDC in Tennessee.  During the time of trading pins, I learned the importance of confidence, a friendly smile, and a firm handshake.  I got to make so many new friends along the way.  My opportunities in DECA have greatly influenced my future!"

Trae Albert, Evanston High School--Vice President of Communication
Hi! My name is Trae, and I have been a DECA member for the past four years at Evanston High School.  I am a very law-oriented member.  I intend to study and receive my bachelor's degree in criminal justice and then apply for law school.  I enjoy living life to the fullest!  I like to do anything that gets my adrenaline going from cliff diving and surfing to snowboarding!

DECA Mission Moment "My mission moment to this point is going to ICDC in Orlando, Florida.  That trip ranks as the most memorable experience of my life!"

Cameron Lawson, South High School--Vice President of Community Service
Hello!  I am Cameron Lawson, Vice President of Community Service.  This is my second year in DECA, and I have loved every minute of it!  Outside of DECA, I enjoy attending school events, participating in indoor track, student council, and working.  After high school, I plan on continuing my education at Howard University studying Chemistry.

DECA Mission Moment "My greatest DECA moment was going going to ICDC in Nashville, Tennessee.  I learned so much more about DECA and met so many new people!"

Charlotte Hecht, East High School--Vice President of Hospitality
I was raised in Omaha, Nebraska, and moved to Cheyenne 5 years ago!  Aside from DECA, I am a member of the IB Program, as well as Tennis, Indoor Track, Key Club, and I am the Student Body President of East High School.  Outside of school, I like to spend as much time as possible in the great outdoors.  After high school, I plan to pursue a pre-medical degree at the University of Wyoming.

DECA Mission Moment "Recently I had the opportunity to participate in the FMP Project with a fellow chapter member that allowed us to work closely with a prominent local fashion retailer.  Following a meeting with the store's manager regarding our plans for the project, he told us he was very impressed with our knowledge of marketing and of his company as well as our ability to conduct ourselves in a professional business setting.  We were offered jobs on the spot!  It made me realize and appreciate just how much DECA has given me!"

Kyle Reed, Laramie High School--Vice President of Leadership

I was born and raised in Laramie, a place that has really grown on me.  Outside of DECA, my interests include photography, playing/listening to music, and reading suspense novels. As of right now, my plan after high school is to continue my education at the University of Wyoming.  It is there that I would like to study marketing at the College of Business.  As far as an actual career, I am keeping an open mind as to where to apply that marketing degree since a truly great upside to majoring in business is the limitless options.  However, at the moment a marketing management consulting firm sounds like a nice fit; and who knows, maybe even own my own firm one day!

DECA Mission Moment "I wish I had a good DECA Moment to share; however, when I think about my DECA experiences, I just can't seem to pick one out of the stack.  DECA has really been a collection of memories for me.  From making new friends from around the globe, to fostering new relationships with businesses and feel proud, to more recent times of contagious laughter with my fellow state officers, DECA is truly what you make of it.  I couldn't be more thrilled to see what DECA moments this year has in store!"

Beau Brown, Central High School--Vice President of Marketing
I was born in Missouri but Wy"home"ing raised.  I love the outdoors and especially camping!  I also play tennis!  Currently I am interested in pursuing a career as a teacher.

DECA Mission Moment "My favorite memory of DECA so far is my freshman year (2014-2015) when I was able to attend ICDC in Florida.  I had such an amazing experience with my local chapter, and I will never forget the connections and friends I made!"