Board of Directors
Nicole is the WIOA and POWER Case Specialist at the Wyoming Workforce Services – Evanston office. Prior to the downturn in the oil and gas industry, Nicole was the HR, Office, and AR/AP manager in numerous support industry offices across southwestern Wyoming, northern and eastern Utah. She has been an active member of the Evanston Chamber of Commerce for several years as a prior board member and as a current ambassador on the Chamber’s Red Carpet Committee. Nicole has two children – Bryleigh and Dillon – both of whom keep her busy with fun activities like riding dirt bikes, cattle roping practice, and helping her folks on the family ranch. Nicole’s experience, knowledge, insight, patience, and volunteerism – coupled with her unbridled passion for growing Evanston – makes her a welcome and powerful addition to our Board of Directors.
I was born and raised in Everett, WA, went to college in Nampa, ID, during and after college I traveled and worked in the mid-West and South. Eventually I returned to Everett, met and married Keith Decker, we had two children, Monique (Decker) McInnis, of Evanston and Jeremy Decker of Utah. Back in 1993, we moved from Everett to Colorado Springs, CO. In 2010, after many years of poor health, Keith passed away. In the spring of 2011, I acquired employment with the Harris Law Office and re-located to Evanston with my mother, Doris Ricketts. I have a wide background in business and am excited to continue my involvement in the Evanston Chamber of Commerce.
Shawn has been in Evanston for 11 years and involved with the Chamber for much of that time. He is married with 4 kids ages 9-17. He has worked for Northern Title and currently Uinta Title/First American Title Company. In his spare time he enjoys outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, fishing, snowmobiling and riding ATV’s. Shawn Ungerman works at First American Title.
Alex was born and raised in Sioux Falls, SD. He graduated from Black Hills State University in Spearfish, SD with a degree in Business Administration with a specialization in management. Upon moving to Evanston in 2013 with his wife, Alex has worked as a Multimedia Specialist for Evanston’s local radio station and currently with the Uinta County Herald. The most rewarding part of what Alex does is helping businesses he works with grow, build revenue and clientele, and to achieve their goals.
“I’m excited to bring my background and knowledge of helping businesses thrive to the city of Evanston and its Chamber members.” - Alex Faini