Radio Boise, the Treasure Valley’s only independent, locally-programmed, noncommercial radio station (89.9 fm) announces the recent appointment of five new members to its board of directors.
Radio Boise’s nominating committee highlighted six core areas of professional and personal experience deemed important to help address anticipated challenges of the rapidly growing organization: journalism, marketing, financial compliance, fundraising, community organizing and small business management.
Radio Boise is pleased to introduce the newest members of its board unanimously voted (by seated directors) to serve a first term of three years:
Lisa Leff Cooper – socially responsible investment advisor; current and prior service on many local and national boards.
Nathaniel Hoffman – freelance journalist; former news editor at Boise Weekly
Beth Markley – principal, Markley Communications (nonprofit fundraising); past president of Association for Fundraising Professionals – ID Chapter.
Leta Neustaedter – singer, actress, teacher, certified social worker; small businesses owner; former staff at several nonprofits and currently serves on Library! Foundation Board.
Lori Shandro – small business owner (health insurance underwriter/broker); CPA; former nonprofit tax advisor; former member and treasurer of state and local health insurance brokers.
The five new members will supplement the following roster of seated members serving on Radio Boise’s board of directors (listed alphabetically): Jeff Abrams, Steve Fulton, Patty Haller, Art Hodge, Dave Krick, Scot Oliver and Jack Van Valkenburgh.
Radio Boise’s area of service covers almost 500,000 people and spans over 3,000 square miles. In addition to the terrestrial broadcast on 89.9 fm, their internet broadcast can be heard on www.radioboise.org. The organization will be exclusive beneficiaries of next week’s Treefort Music Fest – a four day gathering of over 130 emerging artists on eight stages throughout downtown Boise.