Executive Director

Elizabeth Dole-Izzo Elizabeth “Liz” Dole-Izzo, LCSW Elizabeth “Liz” Dole-Izzo, LCSW is the Executive Director for the Wyoming Chapter of National Association of Social Workers. Liz earned her Master’s in Social Work from Colorado State University and has 20 years of experience working primarily in medical and psychiatric hospital settings and in academe. Most recently, Liz was the Administrator of Behavioral Health Services at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center after working as a psychiatric evaluator. Liz was also on faculty at the University of Wyoming, Division of Social Work, as an Associate Lecturer and Director of Field Education for 10 years. Beginning in 2007, Liz has held multiple leadership roles with NASW Wyoming including serving as Board President. Liz is committed to advocating for Social Workers and the Social Work profession.


Meet our MSW Student Intern!


Cecelia Linn, MSW Student

Cecelia is a second year graduate student at Arizona State University and resides in beautiful Cheyenne, Wyoming. Cecelia holds an undergraduate degree in sociology and feels that the social work profession choose her due to the core values that our Code of Ethics holds dear. Cecelia’s passion for advocacy and policy has lead her to interagency work with Grace For 2 Brothers advocating for upstream approaches to Wyoming’s suicide rates. In Cecelia’s spare time, she is relaxing with her husband, teenage son, and harlequin macaw.

Want to Volunteer with NASW WY?

Email Liz at to learn about current opportunities!