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Supporting Cultural Programming and Projects in Wyoming

Making a difference in our communities and beyond.

The unique skills and knowledge our people possess are used in amazing ways; the diversity in our experiences is what makes Public Knowledge® unique. Our people at Public Knowledge® are doing incredible things inside and outside of work. This includes proposal writer Nate Doerr appointed as a board member of the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund.

Growing with the Organization

Prior to serving as a board member of the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund, he has been involved in various capacities, including as a grant recipient on past museum projects and a peer reviewer. In Nate’s role as a board member, he will further his impact.

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More About WCTF

The organization’s mission is to serve Wyoming’s citizens by grant funding innovative projects that preserve, protect, and promote the state’s art, culture, and historic resources. Established in 1998, it formed out of recognition of Wyoming’s unique cultural heritage.

“I am beyond excited to support cultural programming and projects across the state…because culture matters.”

Nate Doerr, Proposal Writer
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Making an Impact

Our everyday actions are what lead to long-term impact. Whether that’s like Nate serving as a Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund board member or our consulting work, these are all opportunities to solve problems and contribute to the world we want to live in.

The Igniting Impact Podcast

PK’s newest endeavor, the Igniting Impact Podcast, interviews clients who will share their experiences on real projects making real impacts. Our first episode dives into our work with the Wyoming Department of Family Services Comprehensive Child Welfare Information System, and how an outcomes-based approach to procurement lead to better results.

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