MARK MILLER President, finance and Executive Committee Member ABOUT MARK MARK MILLER × Mark is with Verdi Wealth Planning, and co-founding partner of King Miller Barrios & Boe Group. He has provided private wealth management solutions to high net worth families since 1994. Mark’s practice is focused on individual and institutional portfolio construction, monitoring and manager due diligence, as well as head of business development for the team. Mark is very active in the community, founded 100 Men Who Care (Grass roots Philanthropy group), serves on the boards of Boise Art Museum and Children’s Home Society, and is on the Advisory board of Uledger, a local start-up technology company. Mark is a Boise Native who loves the outdoors, enjoys mountain biking, fly-fishing, golfing, and spending time with his wife Jenn and his two children Max and Finley. ANSELME SADIKI Secretary, Executive Committee Member ABOUT ANSELME MARSHALL BAKER, MS, FACMPE × Anselme Sadiki is the Executive Director of the Children’s Home Society of Idaho, a 112 – year- old organization that operates the Warm Springs Counselling Centre. A native of the Democratic Republic of Congo, formerly known as Zaïre, Sadiki was a university student when the country’s dictator launched a campaign of terror against students. Mr. Sadiki resettled in Pocatello, Idaho in 1994 where he started over and completed his bachelor’s degree in social work at Idaho State University. He later earned a master’s degree in international affairs from Columbia University and went on to work for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). He worked as a UNDP deputy representative in Mauritania, Cabo Verde, and Gabon. He led development projects funded by the African Development Bank, the World Bank, and the European Commission in several countries in Africa and South East Asia. Mr. Sadiki also helped establish a government in South Sudan, now the world newest country. After spending a dozen years with U.N., Mr. Sadiki returned to Idaho with his wife and daughter. Lynae Addy finance committer chair, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBER MARSHALL BAKER Executive Committee Member ABOUT MARSHALL MARSHALL BAKER, MS, FACMPE × Marshall Baker, MS, FACMPE, is an experienced healthcare executive, administrator, educator, and consultant. His practice focuses on strategic positioning; compensation design; practice structure/ formation; and group practice governance. His client list includes single specialty and multi-specialty medical group practices, as well as hospitals, health systems, and insurance companies. Marshall is the 2004 recipient of the Harry J. Harwick Lifetime Achievement Award from the Medical Group Management Association and the American College of Medical Practice Executives. He is a Past President of the Rotary Club of Boise-Southwest and the Idaho Theater for Youth, an Honorary Commander at Mountain Home AFB during 2010-2012, and currently serves as member of the Board of Healthcare Consultants International. He is also a surveyor for the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, which accredits more than 6,000 organizations, including behavioral health practices. KYLE GALLOWAY Executive Committee Member ABOUT Kyle Kyle Galloway × Kyle Galloway is a Human Resources professional that is currently employed with Boise Cascade as the Corporate Human Resources Manager. He holds a B.A. in Communication from Boise State University. Kyle is a current board member for the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, serves as the President for The International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR) – Idaho, and is a current member of the Southern Idaho Compensation and Benefits chapter and the Human Resources Association of the Treasure Valley (HRATV). Kyle is from Pasadena California, and formally served on the Boards for the Professional Child Development Associates (PCDA), Salvation Army Echelon for Young Professionals, and is a past Member of the Pasadena Rotary Club, and Tournament of Roses Member. He and his wife Natasha have four kids, and are current residents of Meridian Idaho. Kyle enjoys cheering on his daughter and the Boise Thorns when he is away from his office, and helps with Cub Scouting activities for his son. JESSE HAMILTON finance and Executive Committee Member ABOUT JESSE JESSE HAMILTON × Jesse R. Hamilton received his Juris Doctorate from Gonzaga University Law School cum laude and his Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Washington cum laude. He joined Pioneer Title Company in 2002 and currently serves as Senior Vice President and General Counsel for the Pioneer Title Companies of Idaho and Eastern Washington. Prior to joining the Pioneer Title family of companies, he practiced law in the private sector focusing primarily on business and real estate transactions and litigation. He is licensed to practice law in Idaho and is also a member of the Idaho State Bar Real Property Section. Jesse is involved with the Idaho Land Title Association and American Land Title Association, is Past President of the Idaho Land Title Association, was awarded the “40 Under 40” award by the Idaho Business Review and, at the time (2004) was the youngest recipient of the award. He is an avid outdoorsman with a lovely wife and three wonderful daughters. Dr. William Jonakin EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBER About Dr. Jonakin William Jonakin × Dr. Jonakin has had a career spanning several areas: Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine, Urgent Care, and General Practice. He has always been interested in the business of medicine, and most recently the shift from volume to value. He recently retired from his role as the Medical Director for Medicare Advantage and Risk Adjustment at St. Luke’s Health Partners, a financially and clinically integrated network in Southwest Idaho. He is also the principal in Clinical Discernment, LLC, a consultancy focused on the accurate representation of the illness burden of a population. Dr. Jonakin is board certified in Pediatrics and is also a Certified Professional Coder and Certified Risk Adjustment Coder. Treacy Liebich EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBER ABOUT TREACY Treacy Liebich × Treacy is a graduate from University of New Hampshire with a degree in Communications. When she first moved to Boise over 25 years ago she worked for The Women’s and Children’s Alliance until she had her first of four children and has been a stay at home mom and “professional” volunteer since. She and her husband Kurt have been highly involved in Riverstone International School for the past 15 years and are passionate about education. She is involved in numerous organizations in Boise at various levels, from volunteering at Corpus Christi homeless day shelter and St John’s Food Bank to being on the board of Zoo Boise. She is a long standing member of the Idaho Woman’s Charitable Foundation and just recently joined the Campaign Cabinet of Our Path’s Campaign to End Family Homelessness. On any given morning you might find her running in the foothills with other moms and in the afternoon lecturing anyone who will listen to her how to recycle properly (she is a trained Curb It Pro). At night you’ll find her watching one of her kid’s soccer or basketball games. Dr. Rhonda Beale Member ABOUT RHONDA Dr. Rhonda Beale × Rhonda is passionate about improving health care systems to be effective and efficient for those they serve. She was involved with the landmark report, “Crossing the Quality Chasm”. She is passionate about being part of this change. A seasoned healthcare executive with over 20 years of experience in health care systems, she managed care and quality improvement in behavioral health and medical care. She served as the Chief Medical Officer/Physician Executive for several large, national and local health care organizations, such as Optum, a subsidiary within United Health Group, PacifiCare, Cigna, and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. She was involved with many national organizations as a subject matter expert or as a board member for National Institute of Mental Health, Institute of Medicine, National Quality Forum, American Psychiatric Association, American Psychological Association, American Society of Addiction Medicine, NCQA and others. These experiences have given her the tangible opportunities to listen, learn, tackle many problems and be results oriented. She is looking forward to continuing her involvement in shaping the infrastructure for better health care systems and delivery by serving as a Board of Director for the Children’s Home Society of Idaho. Jaren Bevan Member ABOUT JAREN Jaren Bevan × Jaren Bevan is the Commercial Banking Regional Director for Zions Bank serving Western Idaho. He holds a B.S. degree from Weber State University with an emphasis on Management and Finance. He has had the opportunity throughout his career to be heavily involved with youth and children on many different levels whether it be through volunteer efforts or various assignments. He has coached youth basketball, baseball, and soccer and finds so much joy seeing kids accomplish something they did not think they could do. Jaren and his wife Suzanne recently moved from Northern Utah with their three children and are truly grateful to be able to call the Treasury Valley home. He enjoys boating, mountain biking, golf, tennis, skiing, and anything else that gets him outdoors. JULIE GRAMER Member ABOUT JULIE JULIE GRAMER × Julie is currently a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice at North End Psychiatry and Associates. Julie is also on the Board of the Idaho Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. She and her husband, Rod, have been married for 39 years. They have a son, Robbie, who works in Washington D.C. for The Atlantic Council, and a daughter, Jennifer, who is working on her doctorate at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Julie enjoys running, hiking, skiing, reading and time with family and friends. She believes wholeheartedly in the Children Home’s mission of offering young people a pathway to successful lives. KATE HOLGATE Member About Kate Kate Holgate × A seasoned creative director with over 20 years’ experience, Kate is the Chief Creative Officer of Stoltz Marketing Group, a full-service Boise marketing agency. Kate has led award-winning campaigns for clients in healthcare, education, finance, public transportation, food, beverage, outdoor recreation and more. She is a passionate about helping children and has consulted for a variety of nonprofits. She is an advisory board member for the University of Idaho College of Art and Architecture and serves as adjunct faculty for the College of Innovation and Design at Boise State University. She enjoys spending time with her family outdoors and has yet to beat the school basketball team she coaches at a game of “lightening.” Mark Houston Member ABOUT MARK MARK HOUSTON × Mark is the President and CEO of Bright Bank and leads a full-service community banking organization. Bright Bank serves Idaho by specializing in developing and implementing tailored banking solutions and strategies for clients.Previously he lead Wells Fargo Private Bank across a five state region of Idaho & eastern Washington, Montana, Wyoming and Alaska.Prior to Wells Fargo, Mark worked at Bank of the West’s Idaho Commercial Banking Group, as the Regional Manager where he served as the local market executive. He has been in the financial services industry for more than 35 years. His experience includes retail, credit administration, risk management, commercial lending and commercial real estate financing.Mark earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Finance from Boise State University with graduate work at Boise State and Idaho State University. He serves the community in numerous capacities as a past board member for the Children’s Home Society and the Boise State Alumni Association. Mark is a veteran of the United States Air Force.Mark is a recipient of numerous customer service awards from Wells Fargo, the 2010 Bank of the West President’s Club Award for exceptional performance, 2011 Excellence Award for Top Regional Manager, and 2012 Top Producer for the Northwest Region. Mark and his wife Julie have been married over 30 years and have 4 grown children. He is an avid skier and holds the rank of 1st degree Black Belt in Kenpo Karate. Rachele Klein Member ABOUT Rachele Rachele Klein × Rachele Klein has managed business development and governmental affairs for Republic Services in Idaho since 2005. She is the liaison between Republic and local and state government entities. Rachele works closely with her governmental counterparts to garner the political and administrative support necessary to bring environmentally progressive waste management practices and sustainable technologies to southern Idaho. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of California at Davis, and a Master of Science Education degree from the University of Florida.Rachele and her husband Karl Klein have been married since 1991 and have lived in Boise’s East End since 1994. Together they have three children (Taylor – 25, Annika – 21 and Garrett – 19) and multiple rescue dogs and cats.Rachele is professionally and personally dedicated to the success of our community. She is responsible for directing charitable funds from Republic Services toward high-impact programs that address our community’s most pressing needs. Her community commitments include:Idaho Voices for Children – Board Member 2008 – present. This statewide organization works at the legislative level to resolve problems facing Idaho’s children in the areas of health, education, safety and family economic security.Treasure Valley Clean Cities Coalition – Board Member 2016 – present, member 2006 – present. This Department of Energy funded coalition fosters national economic, environmental, and energy security by working locally to advance the use of: affordable, domestic transportation fuels; energy efficient mobility systems; and other fuel-saving technologies and practices.Idaho Solid Waste Association – Board Officer 2016 – present, member 2005 – present. This Association brings solid waste professionals from around Idaho together to share technological advancements in the industry, environmental best practices and legislative changes.Idaho Natural Gas Users Association – Founder and President, 2015 – present. This organization is dedicated to furthering the use of natural gas as a clean-burning, affordable, domestically-sourced fuel to improve air quality and national security. Rachele has been instrumental in Republic Services’ transitions from a diesel fleet to now operating the largest natural gas-powered fleet in Idaho.Idaho Harm Reduction Project (IHARP)- Rachele successfully brought Needle Exchange legislation forward in Idaho in 2019. In June 2019 she became a founding Board member of IHARP, one of Idaho’s first Needle Exchanges focusing on reducing the spread of disease and IV drug use through access to clean needles, education and treatment opportunities.Saint Michael’s Cathedral – Member 2000 – present. Parrish commitments include: Choir, Children’s Formation, Altar Guild, and Vestry (2012- 2015).Boise School District Sustainability Team – This grant-funded team assembled to identify and implement environmental “best practices” for the District which maximize resource efficiency, control energy costs, and promote student learning in the areas of conservation, ecology, and environmental protection. State of Idaho Strategic Energy Alliance Transportation Task Force– This team of Governor-appointed individuals was tasked with developing effective and long-lasting responses to existing and future energy challenges which included developing a sound energy portfolio emphasizing an affordable, reliable and secure energy supply. Dirk Manley Member ABOUT DIRK DIRK MANLEY × Dirk Manley grew up in the Oregon/Idaho Border town of Nyssa, Oregon where he learned that a community that helps each other, also prospers together. Fast forward a few years and Dirk is now the Director of Accounts for a Boise grown startup called Black Sage Technology. BST is focused on preventing commercial drones from entering restricted airspace. Dirk has traveled the world the last three years presenting and performing demonstrations in Australia, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sweden, Singapore, Indonesia, France, and a few other places that are “under the radar.” During this time Dirk has been a member of the Boise Rotary Club and served as president during the 2018-2019 Rotary year. He has also served as Event Chair for the Boise Suitcase Party (2017) as well as on boards or committees for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, American Cancer Society, United Way NEXT, Firkin Frolic Beer event, and many others. Dirk is also the founder of KegFit, which is a community group that workouts out in breweries using empty kegs. Be sure, there is a “recovery” beer after the workout. Sam McCaskill Member × MARIA MILLS Member ABOUT MARIA MARIA MILLS × Maria Mills began her career with Intermountain Gas Company as a Customer Contact Representative in 1997. In 2008, the company was acquisitioned by MDU Resources Group, Inc. and Maria was promoted to Customer Service Manager, leading a department of 134 employees. She oversees Customer Service, covering eight states and four utilities; Montana Dakota Utilities Company, Great Plains Natural Gas Company, Intermountain Gas Company and Cascade Natural Gas Corporation. Maria serves on the Board for the Western Energy Institute and the Children’s Home Society of Idaho. She was raised in a small town in McFarland, California and moved to Idaho in 1997. Maria enjoys the outdoors, but most importantly spending time with family. She has four children and six grandchildren. SCOTT SCHOENHERR Member ABOUT SCOTT SCOTT SCHOENHERR × Scott Schoenherr, director of development, Rafanelli and Nahas, leads their intermountain operation and has developed or acquired nearly two million square feet of Property, including two of Boise’s largest downtown office buildings, a 320 unit apartment complex, several suburban office buildings and a light industrial park. In 1997, Scott started Crucial Technology, a division of Micron Technology. Under his leadership, Crucial’s sales grew to over $500 million annually. Scott has competed in several Ironman Triathlons, climbed the tallest peak in the Americas and finished in the top 1% in the Portland Marathon. He spends his free time playing hockey, riding his bike and coaching his kids’ sports. Scott has been on the board of Children’s Home Society since 2002, and is also actively involved in BOMA, the Downtown Boise Association, the Urban Land Institute and several non-profit organizations. BONNIE Schwenkfelder Member × MILFORD TERRELL Member ABOUT MILFORD MILFORD TERRELL × One of seven children abandoned by his parents, Milford Terrell learned about challenges early in life. Living in the Children’s Home, then being adopted, but separated from his siblings, then moving from one family member’s home to another, Milford’s will to succeed and strong work ethic were born. Given a chance, Milford believes anyone can and will succeed. In 1973, with a $1,000 loan, the purchase of a used van and a desire, Milford Terrell began DeBest Plumbing. Working from his garage, he had one part-time employee and serviced 4 building contractors. Forty-three years later, situated on 3 acres, with a fleet of trucks and 95 employees, DeBest reflects on many challenges turned to successes. Milford sits on many boards, and over the years has received numerous business and civic awards, and financially supports at least fifteen charitable or civic organizations on a regular basis. ROB TURNER Member ABOUT ROB ROB TURNER × Rob Turner is an Information Technology Manager specializing in Enterprise Resource Planning software implementations and upgrades. His experience includes a decade of information technology consulting with a major international consulting firm, providing IT consulting services for public and private sector clients across a wide range of industries and locations. He is currently the principal consultant at Turner Consulting focusing on ERP software security design and development. He also served as an officer in the US Navy. Rob is also a nationally-certified rugby coach and an avid promoter of youth rugby in the Treasure Valley. He enjoys running a variety of rugby camps and training sessions for new players throughout the year with Rugby Idaho. He is the Head Coach of the Highlanders Youth Rugby Team where he coaches boys and girls from Boise and Meridian middle schools. He also plays rugby for Paclantic, an international “Old Boys” touring team comprised of players from the US and New Zealand.