Sublette Center Board of Directors
John J. (Jay) Majhanovich, is a current board member of the Sublette Center. He has resided in Pinedale for the past 33 years with wife , Bernie and raised five children here. He owned and operated the Pinedale Drugfrom 1980-1994, during which time he served as a consultant pharmacist for the Sublette Center. He is currently an agent with New York Life Insurance Company and registered representative for NYLIFE Securities LLC.
I personally feel that the Sublette Center, which plays and important role in the continuum of life, is a integral part of our community and Sublette County as a whole. This is why I continue to serve on the board of directors.
John Anderson moved here with his wife Jami Anderson in 2010. Both are Wyoming natives and they decided to return to their home state when Jami was offered the chance to serve as the Rector of St. Andrew's in the Pines Episcopal Church. John had previously worked as a professor of Political Science for the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Currently, John works for the Town of Pinedale and he tries to be engaged in the community in ways that help people. Mostly, he serves on the board to help insure that seniors have a safe, warm, affordable and caring environment when they need it.
Amber Jackson Robbins
Born and raised in Sublette County, I am passionate about the welfare of both our human and natural environment. With a career in natural resource management, and now a mother of two vibrant boys, I am delighted to serve on the Sublette Center Board of Directors. I was fortunate to have the opportunity to live with and care for my dear Grandmother late in her life, eventually transitioning her to the Sublette Center. Though a difficult decision for her and our family, she ultimately thrived in the Center. Sublette County is home to some of the greatest people living in one of the greatest places on Earth; I believe we, as citizens, are obligated to provide a comfortable and caring environment for our family, friends and neighbors who, now and into the future, require residential nursing care. Our people are our greatest asset and as a member of the Sublette Center Board of Directors, it is my goal to ensure a healthy, happy staff in order to continually provide a healthy, happy environment for residents of the Sublette Center.
After moving to Big Piney in 1982 I quickly learned to value the role volunteers play in enriching our lives in Sublette County. As my parents and in-laws age, I learn more about the many challenges senior citizens face. When seniors need extended periods of medical attention, being near their families is important to their healing, comfort, and happiness. I am honored to serve on the Board and to help nurture the future of The Sublette Center in its mission to care for these treasured citizens of our county.
I moved to Sublette county in 1992 and enjoyed a career in the insurance industry for nearly 17 years. I decided to leave my position there in order to be more available for my family and to have more time to give back to the community that has treated me so well. While I have served on many youth organization boards, it is the time I have spent sitting on the board at the Sublette Center that I feel is most valuable. Living in a small, rural community allows one to see the real importance of being able to provide necessary services to our aging friends and family without having to travel 100 miles or more. The Sublette Center is valuable asset to our community and I am proud to be a part of such a caring organization.
4th Generation Sublette County Resident
Education: BA Economics from Grinnell College, Studies in Economics at University of Bath, Bath, England; JD from University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming; University of Western Australia Law School; Admitted to the High Court of Australia;
Employment: Counsel for the United States Senate Judiciary Committee, Washington D.C.; Associate for Spence, Moriarity, and Schuster; D'Allessandro and Associates, Perth, Western Australia, Sole Practitioner, Pinedale, WY