Governor Appoints New Director of Wyoming Division of Income

CHEYENNE, Wyoming (released) – Governor Mark Gordon has named Brenda Henson as director of the Wyoming Department of the Treasury. He praised her many years of experience and nationwide tax and revenue relationships.

Henson (formerly Brenda Arnold) was appointed administrator of the Treasury Department’s wealth tax division in July 2013 and retired in March last year. She previously served as an assessor for Laramie County. She began her career in 1988 in the appraisal office and was elected appraiser in 1995 and then re-elected for another 4 terms. In her capacity as assessor, she was President of the Wyoming County Assessors Association and the Legislative Chair. She was also the president of the Wyoming Association of County Officers. Ms. Henson was also selected to represent Wyoming on the board of the National Association of County Officers.

Henson takes over Dan Noble, who has stepped down as director after 13 years.

“I thank Dan for his service and he is making great footsteps,” said Governor Gordon. “We are fortunate to have someone with Brenda’s expertise in tax law and Wyoming tax policy to take over the reins at the department.”

The Wyoming Department of Revenue includes the Administrative Services Division, Excise Tax Division, Property Tax Division, Mineral Tax Division, and Liquor Division.

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