We are excited about what we do and they care personally about getting the best results for our patients. Our team will try to accommodate your busy schedule by finding appointments that suit your needs.
Alisa joined Wind City Eye Care in October 2017. She has extensive experience in case management. She holds degrees from the University of Wyoming and Gannon University. Alisa’s first experience in customer service started at the age of 8 helping her father manage the family farm fruit stand in North East, Pennsylvania.
Alisa and her husband, Doug, have lived in Wyoming for over 30 years, moving to Big Piney in 1989 from the shores of Lake Erie with their children to live their western adventure. They are the parents of three: Meghan (Ian); Douglas (Jennifer); and Michael (Nicole), and the grandparents of six: Levi; Emma; Beatrice; Jace; James; and Natalie.
Alisa is a mystery romance novelist; she also writes and teaches bible studies to empower women. You can find out more about her writings at alisacochrane.com.
In her spare time, she loves to read, sew, craft, go thrift shopping, travel, and cook big family meals for the Cochrane Clan.
Debbie is a native of Wyoming. She and her husband Jay have two beautiful children (and spouses) and four amazing grandchildren. She is very involved in her church and is a leader in women’s ministry. Debbie and Jay also have a kayak ministry and can be found on any beautiful lake in Wyoming during the summer serving others and proclaiming the Gospel.
A fun fact about Debbie is that she is obsessed with coffee! She is a people person and brings much encouragement, fun, and laughter to the atmosphere at Wind City Eye Care. Debbie’s sense of fashion makes her an excellent choice for help in picking your next eyeglass frame.
Lacey joined Wind City Eye Care in October 2019. She is a Certified Nursing Assistant and has worked in the medical field for over six years. Lacey is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration and certification as an ophthalmic assistant.
Lacey is an Alaskan native who grew up in Casper. She and her husband, Parker, have one daughter, Peyton, as well as two dogs and four chickens.
Lacey loves all animals and playing volleyball. She enjoys gardening, camping, and fishing in the summertime. In her spare time she loves spending time with family and friends.
Randi is the Master Optician at Wind City Eye with nearly 15 years experience. She loves the optical industry because every day is a challenge and there is something new to discover. Randi loves working with patients to ensure they receive the best customer service and eye healthcare in Casper and the surrounding area.
A Wyoming Native, Randi and her husband, Evan, are proud to be raising their children, Payton, Wyatt, and Waylon in the Cowboy State. Randi and her family enjoy many outdoor activities but especially love camping at Alcova in the summer.
Tamika joined Wind City Eye Care in January 2019. She has been a Registered Medical Assistant since 2011. Tamika is currently working on certification as an ophthalmic assistant and her bachelor’s of science degree.
Tamika is engaged to Jason and is the proud mom of three sons, Rudy, Josef, and Julian and the step mom to three sons, J.D., Adrian, and Miguel. She is also the grandmother to 4 children, Mayleek, Amberlynn, Isabella, and Samuel James.
Tamika is very involved in her children’s sports activities especially wrestling, soccer, and football. She also loves to travel and dance.
Rebekah is a Certified Paraoptometric Technician! Her primary focus is on being a technician for Dr. Porter. Rebekah enjoys spending time in the outdoors doing a number of activities with her family and dogs. She says the best part of optometry is learning something new every day.
Stacey is one of our optical assistants. A native of Hawaii, Stacey joined WCEC in 2020. Stacey has worked in the medical field for the last 12 years. A mother of 5, Stacey is kept busy with lots of family activities. Stacey and her family love Wyoming, especially the snow! She loves helping patients choose the right frame for the best optical experience.