Billie Chapman, LCSW Billie Chapman, LCSW will be taking over as Board President on July 1, 2021. Billie is a 2008 graduate of the University of Wyoming MSW program. She obtained her LCSW in 2010 while working for the Sheridan VA where she worked for ten years before accepting the position of Field Director for the University of Wyoming Division of Social Work. Billie lives in Laramie with her husband, two ferrets, and a border collie who loves ferrets. Billie loves reading, traveling, and spending time in the mountains.
North East Region Representative (Sheridan, Johnson, Campbell, Crook, and Weston Counties)
Channing Spalding , LCSW - Channing Spradling obtained a B.A. in Criminal Justice from the University of Wyoming in 2016 and her MSW from University of North Dakota in 2021. Channing is a military veteran having served in the Army. Prior to obtaining her MSW, she worked for the VA in Sheridan for 7 years and has served as an advocate for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and Native American Youth. Channing is currently employed by Wyoming Counseling, Inc. in Sheridan. She specializes in working with youth in the LGBTQ+ population. Outside of work, Channing enjoys spending time with her husband and their three children.
South East Region Representative (Platte, Goshen, and Laramie Counties)
Monica Baker, PCSW I am a PCSW working in community mental health in Cheyenne. I am passionate about lowering Wyoming’s suicide rates and enjoy working with the SMI and substance abuse population. I also have experience working with, and advocating for, developmentally disabled adults and at-risk youth. I would like to represent South East WY to better understand the issues and challenges that we face as social workers so that we can improve both professional development opportunities and social work services within Wyoming.
West Central Region (Teton, Sublette, and Fremont Counties)
Dayle Read-Hudson, LCSW I serve on the Wyoming NASW Board as the West Central Regional Representative. I previously served on the Board many years ago and it has been great to meet so many new social workers in Wyoming over the 22 years that I’ve lived here. I am proud to say I have served our communities in this unique field of ours for 30+ years. Settings have included non-profits to large corporations, State agencies, school districts, community colleges, residential and community mental health. I live in Pinedale and run an independent practice licensed in both States of Wyoming and Nebraska. It’s been a rough year for everyone, so I look forward to connecting with my fellow social workers in the area and representing the needs of our region.