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Phil Christopherson
CEO, Energy Capital Economic Development
(307) 686-2603
info@energycapitaled.com
Energy Capital Economic Development
2001 W. Lakeway Road, Ste C
P.O. Box 3948
Gillette, WY  82717
Fax: (307) 686-7268
Description:

Phil is a Wyoming native and has lived in the state most of his life. Phil graduated from UW with a BS degree in Computer Engineering. After graduating Phil and his family moved to Seattle Washington where Phil worked as a design engineer and Project Manager for The Boeing Company on several different military and commercial airplane projects. Phil has continually added to his education earning several certifications and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wyoming.

In June of 2014 Phil accepted the position as CEO of Campbell County Economic Development Corporation and he and his family moved to Gillette. They are very excited about the move to Gillette and have been warmly received and welcomed to the community.

Phil is excited to continue the work of economic development in Campbell County. This area has incredible opportunity for growth and diversification. Phil believes that working together as businesses, communities, and individuals we can strengthen and grow our existing businesses, recruit new primary type businesses and help new entrepreneurs with new and exciting opportunities. He is excited to help lead the future growth and development of Campbell County.


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To learn more about available sites, call our main office (307.425.1007), email Dave or Krista, or fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

To learn more about existing businesses in the region, call our main office at below number, email Dave for Buffalo, Phil for Gillette, Robert for Sheridan, or fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

 
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