Congratulations to Nancy Potter who was awarded the Pinnacle Award at the recent WCAPN Conference! Nancy has been a nurse for 54 years and was one of the early Nurse Practitioners in Wyoming and she introduced many patient to the role of an NP/APRN. As a Women’s Health NP, Nancy as touched the lives of not only her patients, but students and APRN’s across the state. She has been a long-standing preceptor for students from multiple programs. Nancy has practiced in the private practice setting with a physician, Planned Parenthood and was a nurse owned private practice owner. She not only managed her private practice, but was a mentor to others who were looking to start independent practices. She carried the respect of the medical community in Casper as an expert in GYN procedures and received referrals from local MD’s, NP’s and PA’s and was always up to date on the current recommendations and used evidence based guidelines to guide her practice. Her patients loved her care, followed her, and was disappointed when she decided to retire. Even though Nancy has retired from her private practice clinic, she still maintains her membership with our organization and attends CEU events. She is truly dedicated to our profession and has made a lasting impression on patients and healthcare providers in Wyoming. We have been fortunate to have her in our profession!