Executive Board

2024 - 2025

Chris McDonald


Chris McDonald has been employed as a Special Agent with the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) since October of 2006 and currently holds the rank of Team Leader, supervising the Computer Crimes Team (CCT)/Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force.  Before being assigned as the CCT/ICAC Team Leader, Chris was the senior agent in DCI’s Gillette Field Office.  Prior to working at DCI, Chris was employed at the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office for five years.  During that time, Chris worked as a Detention Officer, Patrol Deputy, Task Force Officer with DCI NEET and was on Sheriff’s Office Special Response Team.  Chris is a certified Practitioner Lecturer with the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy (WLEA) and presents at each Patrol Officer Basic as well as the yearly DCI Basic.  Chris is a graduate of the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy, FBI Command College and the National Fire Academy’s Arson Origin and Cause Investigator’s Course.

Jason Mower

First Vice President

Jason Mower has served with Sweetwater County Sheriff's Office since April of 2009.  Born in Casper and raised in Kemmerer, he is a cum laude graduate of the University of Wyoming, where he earned both his bachelor's and master's degrees in political science. Mower is also currently earning a master's in clinical mental health counseling.  He began his law enforcement career as Wamsutter's resident patrol deputy.  Since that time, he has worn many hats, working on patrol, in general detectives and as a patrol supervisor.  He has also served several special assignments over the years including as the supervising deputy of a fugitive apprehension task force, as a supervising detective for a fugitive apprehension and narcotics task force and as assistant team leader and team leader on SWAT.  Mower currently serves the sheriff's office as a professional standards investigator, peer support team leader, and public affairs director.

Zachary Gonzales

Second Vice President

Zack Gonzales currently serves the Casper Police Department.
Biography coming soon.

Wyoming Game & Fish Powell Game Warden Jordan Winter

Jordan Winter

Third Vice President

Jordan Winter currently serves as the Powell-area game warden for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Winter began his career with Game and Fish in 2014 as a damage technician in Sheridan. Soon after, he was hired as a game warden and has served in Laramie, Alpine and Medicine Bow. Since 2017, he has served as Access Coordinator, overseeing hunter management areas and walk-in hunting and fishing areas for the Cody and Lander Regions. Winter is a native of Cody, earned an Associate’s of Science at Northwest College and then graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor’s in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology and Management.


Fourth Vice President

Biography coming soon.

Bobbie Colvin

Bobbie Colvin


Records/communications supervisor, Powell Police Department (retired).
Biography coming soon.

Brady Frude

Executive Officer

Brady Frude has been a Game Warden with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department since 2010 and is currently the Lander Game Warden.  In addition to his regular duties, Brady also serves as the Case Management Coordinator and Regional Evidence Custodian for the Lander Region which covers Dubois, Lander, Riverton and Rawlins.  Brady was born, raised and educated in Wyoming, graduating from Laramie High School, Casper College, the University of Wyoming, and the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy.  Brady also served part time with the U.S. Army in the Army Reserves.  In his spare time, Brady is active in his church and spends as much time as he can with his daughters, his dog, and his fishing poles.