Hello, my name is Dr. Tammy Robertson, or Dr. T for short. By day I am a Sr. Systems Analyst/Programmer for North Idaho College (NIC) and by night I am an Assistant Professor for Western Wyoming Community College. I earned my Bachelor’s in Information Technology from University of Phoenix, my Master’s in Information Technology from Capella University, and my PhD in Organization and Management from Capella University. My experience includes enterprise information systems analysis, administration, development, and integrations; project management; business intelligence; and big data analytics. I love to laugh (usually at myself), have a passion for learning, and enjoy playing Lego video games in my free time. I am happily married to a man who shares my love of learning and loves to laugh at me, too. I am a mom of two wonderful children, a 25-year-old son and a 23-year-old daughter. The true love of my life; though, is my 18-month-old grandson! If I had known how wonderful becoming a grandma would be, I would have done that first.
A native of Wyoming, Jennifer was born and raised in Rock Springs. She received her AAS in Office Information Systems from Western Wyoming Community College in 1993. In 1996, she married her high-school sweetheart and moved to Laramie to continue her college education where she earned a BS in Communications and Mass Media (focusing on Graphic Design, minoring in Business Administration and Marketing) and a MS in e.Business. In 2004, Jennifer convinced her husband to move back to Rock Springs to raise their son and be closer to family and that is where they hang their hats to this day. In the spring of 2005, Jennifer began teaching at Western Wyoming Community College as an adjunct instructor. She was hired as a part-time instructor in 2006 and in 2007 Jennifer became a full-time faculty member. In her time away from campus, Jennifer enjoys taking pictures, lurking on social media, and being a mom but her favorite is spending time with family listening to music, watching movies and sports, golfing (her favorite!), paddle boarding, riding ATVs, target shooting, and cheering on the Wyoming Cowboys (GO POKES!) and the Western Wyoming Community College Mustangs (GO MUSTANGS!).