(Cheyenne, Wyo.) – Gov. Matt Mead expressed his appreciation for the work Ryan Lance has done as Director of the Office of State Lands and Investments. Lance is leaving for a job in the private sector in October. Governor Mead is starting a search to find Lance’s replacement.
“I join the other members of the Board of Land Commissioners in thanking Ryan for his professionalism and hard work. It has been a pleasure to work with him and he has served the people of Wyoming well,” Governor Mead said. “I wish him all the best.”
Lance’s last day will be October 18th.
“It has been a high honor to serve Governor Mead and the Board in managing trust lands to benefit school children, veterans and others. I also offer thanks to my fellow members of the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission and its staff for their patience and friendship,” Lance said.