Janet Marschner is a Certified Public Accountant and spent her career as a healthcare executive. She worked in the full continuum of care including long term care, acute care, on the payer side with United HealthCare and recently as the CFO of a Federally Qualified Health Center and CFO of Wyoming’s largest physician group. Additionally, in 2001 she started her own construction company J. M. Construction, building homes throughout Laramie County. In 2017, she started Urban Outbound, a company that supplies gear for outdoor recreation.
In 2017 she founded Yola’s Pet Fund (Yola and Boogy Fund), a non-profit animal rescue, which helps pets in need from the Wind River Indian Reservation.
With a deep commitment to community organizations, Janet serves on many Boards and Committees. She is currently a member of the Wyoming Health Fairs. Additionally, Janet served on the Board of the Cheyenne Animal Shelter, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, Cheyenne LEADS, Meridian Trust Federal Credit Union, and the Wyoming Wildlife Federation. She served on the Governor Matt Mead’s Outdoor Recreation Task Force and currently serves as an Ex-Officio on the Rural Council for ENDOW. She was recently appointed to serve on the Chronic Wasting Disease task force, a committee organized by Wyoming Game and Fish as a response to the growing concern of the disease. She has a deep commitment to the State of Wyoming, its people, the Wildlife and pets.