Creative Content Director
Claire Cella grew up in the subtly tamer wilds of the Catskill Mountains in upstate New York, before she moved to Austin, Texas to pursue a bachelor’s degree in English and journalism, followed by a master’s in Information Science. In 2016, she decided she’d had enough of the Texas’s flat scenery and hot, humid climate and sought out Wyoming for the promise of mountains to hike, snow to ski upon and acres of public lands to explore. She joined the Wyoming Outdoor Council in 2016, working to leverage and promote the broader Keep it Public, Wyoming coalition, and now in 2017, has moved into a role where she manages the organization’s social engagement platforms as well as writes, edits and designs communications materials.
My Recent News
July 31, 2019
One day last summer, Larry Hanft, owner of Little Tongue Ranch south of Dayton, Wyoming, needed help. So he turned to his summer neighbors and new friends Cheryl Elliott and […]read more
October 15, 2018
John Rader, the Wyoming Outdoor Council’s newest conservation advocate, spent part of 2014 walking through Chile’s monsoon rains each day in a suit, knocking on the doors of locals and visiting the offices of industry workers, bureaucrats, and the media.read more