Jerimiah Rieman serves as Wyoming County Commissioners Association's Executive Director, representing the state’s county commissioners before the Wyoming State Legislature, working collaboratively with the Wyoming governor’s office and other state agencies on local government issues, and providing outreach and guidance to county leaders across the state.
Jerimiah most recently finished an eight-year stint in the office of former Governor Matt Mead, holding the positions of Director of Economic Diversification, Natural Resource Policy Director, Natural Resource Policy Advisor, and State Planning Coordinator. Before that, Rieman was Administrator and Policy and Legislative Advisor in the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services.
A fifth generation Wyoming native, Jerimiah grew up in Riverton and is a graduate of Colorado State University and Leadership Wyoming. He is currently pursuing a Master of Legal Studies.
Jerimiah and his wife are the proud parents of identical twin boys. His family enjoys Wyoming’s great outdoors, including mountain biking, camping, fishing and skiing.
Kelli Little serves as the Wyoming County Commissioners Association’s Deputy Director. Kelli’s duties with the WCCA include office management, member services, internal and external communications, meeting planning, and press relations.
A graduate of the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, she has experience in communications, public relations, marketing and event planning. Prior to joining the WCCA staff, Ms. Little worked as a Marketing Assistant at M.C. Schaff & Associates, an engineering firm based in Scottsbluff, Neb., and as the Communications Assistant at Powder River Energy Corporation, an electric cooperative in Gillette.
A Wyoming native, Kelli grew up in Lusk where her parents still reside and she and her husband have two daughters. Kelli enjoys outdoor activities, especially hiking and fishing; and also enjoys cooking and entertaining.
Natural Resource Counsel
Bailey serves as the Wyoming County Commissioners Association's Natural Resource Counsel, supporting the State’s county commissioners on federal natural resources issues across the state, advocating for greater local involvement in federal decision-making, drafting comments on regulatory processes, representing commissioners in cooperator’s meetings and participating in litigation when necessary.
Prior to joining WCCA, Bailey was an associate with Holland & Hart where she practiced natural resource, environment and energy law in Wyoming and the Rocky Mountain region. She received her Juris Doctor and Master’s in Environment and Natural Resources from the University of Wyoming.
Bailey lives in Lander with her husband, Pat, and their three cow dogs, Samson, Hank and Loretta. In her free time, she helps Pat run Second Street Farm, a small but diverse veggie and poultry farm.
Britney serves as the Wyoming County Commissioners Association’s Executive Assistant and oversees an array of administrative and office management duties.
Prior to joining the WCCA staff, Britney worked as the Industry Relations Manager at the Wyoming Office of Tourism and worked in Washington, DC serving as Senator Enzi’s Deputy Scheduler. She has extensive experience working with a variety of businesses, constituents and elected officials across Wyoming and has assisted on a number of statewide campaigns.
Britney grew up in Lander and Cheyenne and graduated from the University of Wyoming. She enjoys the outdoors, following UW sports, traveling and baking.