Megan Goetz Named 2019 Wyoming Woman of Influence in Law


September 19, 2019 (Casper, WY) – Megan Overmann Goetz of Pence and MacMillan LLC was named the 2019 Wyoming Woman of Influence in the field of Law during the 7th Annual Women’s Expo and Women of Influence reception in Casper. The award recognizes the professional contributions of Wyoming women in the law profession.

Congratulations to Megan on this well-deserved recognition of your hard work and dedication to the state of Wyoming and our legal system, and congratulations to all Women of Influence award winners who were recognized in their professional area of expertise.

Visit the Wyoming Women of Influence to see a list of all nominees and award winners at

Goetz, attorney with Pence and MacMillan LLC, has been serving clients most recently in the areas of business advisement and development, civil litigation, and transactional law, though has a background in domestic, juvenile, and criminal law as well. Prior to joining Pence and MacMillan, Megan served as a staff attorney/judicial law clerk for the Second Judicial District Courts of Wyoming. Megan’s practice currently focuses on providing the best representation in corporate law, banking law, real estate, employment and human resources law, and general entity advising. Megan is frequently asked to navigate legal issues and political waters for clients by offering guidance through multi-faceted transactions and agencies. Megan also speaks and presents professionally on various legal topics and civic issues around the State. As a member of Pence and MacMillan, coupled with a strong commitment to community service, Megan serves as a leader both within the legal community and the state of Wyoming. Megan currently serves as the Co-Chair of the Board of Directors of the Wyoming Business Council together with Co-Chair Governor Mark Gordon. She also currently serves as the Chair of the Wyoming State Bar Board of Law Examiners, which is charged with the administration and admission for applicants desiring to practice law in Wyoming. Megan has been past president of several community organizations, including the Laramie Economic Development Corporation and Rotary.  Megan was selected as the Business Person of the Year in 2012 and again in 2017, and has been recognized on multiple occasions for her philanthropic endeavors. However, above most, Megan enjoys her time with her family and being a mom to two great kids.