Nina D. Webber, Republican, is running for Wyoming State Representative House District 24 which encompasses Cody from 23rd Street west and includes all of the North Fork, South Fork and Yellowstone areas.
Nina was born in Casper, Wyoming and has lived in the Basin for most of her life. Much of her early life was spent with her Grandfather on cattle ranches in Farson and Lander where she herded cattle, rode horses and stayed in the original homestead ranch house in Farson.
Nina graduated from the University of Wyoming in Laramie and moved to Thermopolis where she was an active member of the Republican Party and was elected as County Clerk and served for five years.
Nina's public service began when the Hot Springs County Commissioners appointed her as Hot Springs County Clerk in 2014. Later that year, she won a four-year term. Nina thrived as the County Clerk serving Hot Springs citizens in elections, budgets, grants, titles, licenses and historical documents. Nina quickly developed relationships in Cheyenne with the Secretary of State, Treasurer and Governor when setting up county, state and national elections.
Nina holds a BS in Marketing and Human Resources from the University of Wyoming and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Mary.
Her business experiences include the position of Land Accounting Manager “Land Man” at GAS Ventures, owner of a well servicing company in the Basin, and nursing home Administrator in Thermopolis. She is currently the owner of a Cody-based consulting company and often works/consults for GR Auctions, The Village Shoppe and other Park County businesses. Nina lives on the North Fork and is the First Vice-President of the Wyoming Federation of Republican Women and a First Vice-President of the Park County Republican Women’s Party.