Governor Mark Gordon
Mark Gordon was elected in November 2018 and was sworn in as Wyoming's 33rd governor on Jan. 7, 2019.
Gov. Gordon is a rancher and small businessman who grew up on the family ranch in Johnson County. After graduating from college in 1979, Gordon ran several successful businesses in Buffalo and Sheridan, including two focused on outdoor recreation and tourism. He later worked in the oil and gas industry.
Gordon's wife, Jennie, handles the day-to-day ranch management of their cow-calf operation.
As treasurer, Gordon grew the state's portfolio by $5 billion, overhauled and modernized the state treasurer's office and positioned Wyoming to benefit further from investment income into the future.
Mark has also been volunteering and serving in leadership positions for important Wyoming causes for nearly forty years. He is currently on the boards of Volunteers of America Northern Rockies, Ucross Foundation and Willow Park Reservoir Company. He was previously on the Johnson County School Board, Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust, Wyoming Stock Growers Tax Committee, Wyoming Environmental Quality Council, Wyoming Council for the Humanities, Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center, Powder River Conservation District, Johnson County Republican Party and the University of Wyoming College of Agriculture Sheridan Research and Extension Center Advisory Board. He also served as a delegate to the 2016 National Republican National Convention.
Gov. Mark Gordon's Office