That simple question urged the new Director of Operations for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Big Horns to examine the help wanted ad a little closer. Scott Musselman of Buffalo began his leadership role with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming at the beginning of October. In this position, he will provide strategic oversight of the Buffalo and Kaycee Clubs.
The Director of Operations position for the Big Horns Clubs falls in line with the leadership structure of parent organization, Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming. Experienced staff will continue to run the daily operations at each Club site with Meg Norman remaining at the helm in Buffalo and a yet to be named leader for Kaycee.
Mr. Musselman brings three decades of business management and operations experience, most recently as the General Manager for Buffalo Stone. He holds a degree in marketing from the University of Wyoming.
“The Club excites me every day when the kids walk in the door. Each day is a new opportunity to affect positive change in our youth,” said Musselman. “My main objective in this position is to help develop and grow a Club that is unique to our community that will encourage more youth to get involved in the outcome driven programming provided by the Boys & Girls Club.”
Scott and his wife, Jolene, moved with their four children to Buffalo in 2000 in pursuit of a location to raise their kids in a family friendly community. In his spare time, he enjoys fly fishing and bow hunting.
Musselman will be based out of the Buffalo Club site and looks forward to meeting all of the families served by the Club.
1701 E "K" St.
Casper, WY 82601
Club number: 307.234.2456
Program Support: 307.235.4079