Dr. Angela Biggs, WRC Medical Director

Blessings!  My name is Angela Biggs and it has been a privilege for me to serve as Medical Director of WRC.  I was born and raised in Worland, Wyoming.  Attending the University of Wyoming, I met my future husband, Rod, who grew up in Casper.  We both attended Creighton University School of Medicine, graduating in 2000.  In 2004, I graduated from residency in obstetrics and gynecology from the Medical Education and Research Center – Michigan State University.  I worked with a well respected practice in Grand Rapids, Michigan for one year until Rod graduated from general surgery residency in 2005.  We moved to Gillette in July of 2005.  The community has been VERY welcoming and we have the advantage of being much closer to our parents who still reside in Worland and Casper.

We are blessed with four beautiful children:  Zoe, Sophia, Michael and John.  We enjoy spending time together and have been spending much of that time in the Big Horn Mountains enjoying God’s awesome creation!

I became involved with the WRC after attending a fundraising banquet in October of 2006.  At that time, the goal was to become a medical clinic and offer ultrasound.  After a powerful evening of testimony, I approached Diane to let her know that if I was needed, I was happy to help in any capacity!  Since that time, we have grown to not only offer ultrasound but to offer sexually transmitted infection testing and now treatment.  We have developed policies and procedures to be sure that each client is well served, and continue to evolve this process for continued improvement.  We are blessed with a dedicated and hard working paid and volunteer staff that has made it easy for me to serve in this role.

My calling to women’s health started at a young age.  When I was in 6th grade I first mentioned wanting to become an obstetrician (my mom helped me voice the vocabulary!).  Later in my life, I learned that I was the result of an unplanned pregnancy.  By the grace of God, I was given life!  My eyes are now wide open to the men and women whose parents chose life for them, even in challenging situations.  The WRC gives me the opportunity to help parents give their unborn children the same precious gift of life.  I look forward to serving for many years to come!

Mary Brunner , Patient Services Director

My name is Mary Brunner.  As a native of Gillette I value what our community has to offer.  I am a RN, graduated from a diploma program in NorthWest Arkansas.  My nursing career includes working in the ICU at CCH for 14 years, having obtained my CCRN (Critical Care Registered Nurse) national certification.  I also started at WRC in 2006 as Nurse Manager when I had the privilege of helping the center transition to a medical clinic through offering limited obstetrical ultrasounds and STI testing.I am married to a God fearing man, Paul.   We have 4 children, Dottie, Noah, Eli and Selah.  We stay busy with homeschool, sports and activities.  We love to travel and camp as much as possible

My passion for the pro life movement started at a young age when I saw a pamphlet on how abortions are performed.  I questioned at the tender age of 9, how could anyone do this to a baby?  I believe that through divine intervention and education we can make a difference reaching women one at a time.  It is my privilege and honor to be back at the Women’s Resource Center as the Patient Service’s Director.

Nancy Fulton, RN: Senior Nurse


Nurse Nancy Fulton with a patient and her daughter.

My name is Nancy Fulton.  I was born and raised in beautiful Butte,  MT.  I graduated from Montana State University (MSU) in 1983 with a  Bachelor of Science in Nursing.  After getting married my husband’s career took us to Wurtsmith Air  Force Base in Michigan, back to Butte, to Tonopah, NV, Sandy, UT, and  finally to Gillette, WY.  At those various places we called home I  worked as an RN (usually part-time) and also spent time as a  stay-at-home mom.  When my husband was in the Air Force I did not work  as an RN, but was a Red Cross Volunteer at the OB/GYN clinic at the  base hospital.  When we moved to Gillette I did not seek employment as a nurse.

After being in Gillette about 7 years my youngest son completed his  Eagle Scout project which was building and placing two large planter boxes in front of the Women’s Resource Center. Unknown to me, my  husband mentioned to the director that they should contact me because I was a nurse. In the fall of 2008, I was contacted by the Nurse  Manager at the time and asked if I would be interested in volunteering  at the Center.  I really didn’t know much about the Center  at the  time but with 2 of my children  at college and the last one pretty  independent at home  I thought, ‘Why not?  I’ll check it out.’  After  volunteering for a few months, the Nurse Manager was resigning and I  was asked to take on that position.  I have been at the Center for  over four years. I have always loved  working with the patients.  I  enjoy coming to work each day and love working with the women who come  to our clinic seeking our services.  It is a pleasure and a blessing  to work with great fellow staff members and volunteers as we share in  the crisis, sorrows, or joys that our patients experience.

I have been married to my wonderful husband, Mike, for almost  29  years.  He supports me in my job and is also a great supporter of the WRC Clinic.  We have 3 children:  our 26 year old daughter, lives and  works in Gillette, and two sons ages 23 years and 21 years  who are still pursuing their degrees at college.

Sherilyn Likewise, Resource Coordinator

I am privileged to serve the Women’s Resource Center on Earn While You Learn Education Mondays as receptionist and baby holder, and on clinic Tuesdays and Wednesdays as receptionist.  I earned a BS in Psychology with a minor in Theatre from the University of Wyoming in 1990 and have worked as a librarian, medical receptionist, financial counselor, and English teacher, among other things.  I love to read, sew, quilt, craft, cook, bake, and hold other people’s babies.   I have lived in Nevada, Texas, Washington, California, and all over Wyoming, but finally settled in Gillette in 2005.  I married my husband, Brian, in 2008.  The Women’s Resource Center has been a ministry close to both of our hearts that we have been privileged to support for several years.  When the opportunity to begin volunteering arose in early 2017, I jumped at the chance!  I am thrilled to be a part of the ministry of the Center, and I am continually awed at how God works in the lives and hearts of the women we touch each day.  I came on staff as Administrative Assistant in August of 2017, and I look forward to serving for as long as God allows.

Jaimee Hanson, Receptionist

Sawyer Poitra, RN: CEO

Sawyer photoSawyer began working part time as a registered nurse at WRC in October of 2010. She received training and certification in performing limited obstetrical ultrasounds, which is provided for patients on a daily basis. Sawyer received her nursing education through Gillette College, and went on to earn her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing through the University of Wyoming in 2012. In 2016, Sawyer transitioned positions to become the new CEO of Women’s Resource Center. Sawyer is blessed with a wonderful husband and three children that keep her busy!

In 2015, God lead Sawyer to start the first Embrace Grace ministry group in Gillette, which is a support ministry for single and pregnant mothers. Sawyer and her family are very active in their church, and are also a foster family for children in need.

WRC  is very close to Sawyer’s heart,  and she is happy to be a part of what God is doing through the Center to help women through the crisis phase of an unplanned pregnancy.