Carly-Ann Anderson, 28, graduated from the American Studies graduate program in 2012. She was generous enough to reply to a few questions the Porchlight had for this recent alum.
Porchlight: Please describe your current job title, including a brief sketch of your duties:
Carly-Ann: I am the Executive Director for the Alliance for Historic Wyoming, a statewide historic preservation nonprofit dedicated to protecting Wyoming’s historic places and spaces. I work with a board of directors to oversee programming, as well as daily operations of the organization such as keeping our books, planning workshops, answering queries from our constituents, and fundraising. We work statewide on a variety of resources ranging from schools and historic downtowns to trails and archaeological sites, which means a lot of conference calls and travel.