Amber has a love for the great outdoors, when she is not with family she can be found camping, fishing or four wheeling around the Cheyenne region where she grew up.
Amber believes that “laugh and the world laughs with you, snore and you’ll sleep alone”.
Alysha is a true Cheyenne native which is evident in the vast amount of time she spends enjoying the outdoor activities such as camping and fishing. Ask her nicely enough and she may share a few tips about where you can find some spectacular sand dues.
Watch out, she only looks back to see how far she has come.
Tet grew up in Nigeria where he attended medical school. He had spent time around the world before making his way to Cheyenne via New York and Connecticut where he did his training in Internal Medicine and Fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care medicine. He maintains Board Certifications in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care Medicine and Sleep Medicine. When not at work he is home with his family often on their home made soccer pitch teaching his boys how to bend the soccer ball into the net.
Jerry grew up in Florida and has an extensive background in Sleep Medicine and Neurodiagnostic testing having worked in these fields for over 20 years.
He enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren during my free time.
When the weather permits you may see him cycling a sport that he is passionate about.
Grew up in Newcastle, WY.
He is an avid outdoors man and sportsman. He enjoys spending time with his family, hiking in the mountains, and cooking up delicious eats.
Ramona Jack is a registered polysomnographer, credentialed through the Board of Polysomnographic Technologist. She is also a member of the American Academy of Sleep Technologist. As a technologist, Ramona has been employed with Wyoming Sleep Disorders Center since 2009. Ramona grew up in New Mexico. She moved, along with her husband Jeff, to Cheyenne in 1992. She has three children and 3 “adorable” grandchildren. When not working, Ramona enjoys reading and volunteering with the Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Laramie County Library.
Brailey is another Wyoming native.