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March 11, 2024

Seasoned Government Affairs Professional Cindy DeLancey Joins Holland & Hart in Wyoming as Director of Government Affairs

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (March 11, 2024)—Holland & Hart announced that seasoned government affairs professional Cindy DeLancey has joined the firm as a Director of Government Affairs. With nearly two decades of government affairs experience, Cindy will help deepen relationships in the Wyoming business community, executive branch, and the Legislature.

“Cindy is a strong addition to our Wyoming team,” said Matt Micheli, Administrative Partner of the firm’s Cheyenne office. “Cindy has established a reputation as a common-sense problem solver with a pulse on Wyoming’s business sector who has the ability to efficiently achieve consensus among diverse stakeholders. Her fluency with the practical application of the law and deep relationships with Wyoming decisionmakers make her an ideal fit for our government affairs practice and advocate for our clients with interests in the state.”

“I’m honored to join Wyoming’s government affairs team,” shared Cindy. “I am excited to join a team that shares my commitment to professional and practical advocacy that advances clients’ business objectives. I look forward to working alongside my colleagues to help build a stronger Wyoming.”

She has been appointed by Governor Gordon, Governor Mead, Senate President Drew Perkins, and Superintendent Megan Degenfelder to serve in roles that have helped shape the future of Wyoming from government reform and efficiency task forces to the state’s inaugural Charter School Authorizing Board.

Cindy also served as the Director of Government and Public Affairs for BP’s US Lower 48 onshore exploration and production business, including BP’s Wamsutter facility, which at the time was the largest oil and gas field in their global portfolio. Cindy has also served as the President/CEO of the Wyoming Business Alliance and Wyoming Heritage Foundation and served as a Special United States Attorney, an Assistant Attorney General, and was the first woman elected to serve as the Carbon County & Prosecuting Attorney.


Cindy DeLancey
Wyoming Director of Government Affairs

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