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Downtown Boise may challenge alternative transportation users, but City Go panelists assert that they are undeterred (access required)

Boise has a number of alternative transportation avenues in addition to people driving their own cars, but each method has its own challenges, according to alternative transportation advocates at a recent panel discussion. Lisa Brady, Jordan Morales, Russ Stoddard and ...

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Stacey Katseanes Satterlee, 2020 Women of the Year

Executive Director Idaho Grain Producers Association   An alfalfa farm girl at heart, Stacey Katseanes Satterlee didn’t set out to be a leader in agriculture, but a spontaneous internship led to 10 years working in DC which propelled her into ...

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Trillitye Paullin, 2020 Women of the Year

Quality Assurance Manager / Founder & CEO Darigold / Free to Feed   It’s 4:30 a.m. and Trillitye Paullin and her family are starting the day. Paullin will work at Darigold from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m., where she manages ...

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Kim Kaine, 2020 Women of the Year

Marketing & Business Development Manager Hawley Troxell   Despite entering a male-dominated industry 33 years ago, an unexpected first job would give Kim Kaine the confidence and mentorship necessary for her career. Kaine had not planned on entering commercial real ...

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Shavonna Case, 2020 Women of the Year

Chief Operating Officer ArmgaSys, Inc.   Calm music plays in Shavonna Case’s office, a stark contrast to employees walking around with faux super hero capes and the promise of activities involving soda and doughnuts. Case planned last year’s spirit week; ...

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Dana Briggs, 2020 Women of the Year

Economic Development Director City of Idaho Falls   Dana Briggs never planned to be the economic development director of Idaho Falls because she never expected to be in government, and the position was new when she was hired for it. ...

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Hope A. Benedict, 2020 Women of the Year

President and Volunteer Director Lemhi County Historical Society and Museum   “Hope Benedict could live and work anywhere she wants to,” Gina Knudson wrote about her friend and mentor, in a letter of recommendation. “This community was immeasurably enriched when ...

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Mary Ann Arnold, 2020 Women of the Year

Corporate Director of Project Controls (Retired) Morrison-Knudsen, Inc.   Mary Ann Arnold gave 52 years to the workforce, serving as an aerospace technologist, deputy state treasurer and project controls engineer, to name a few. Now retired, Arnold laughingly said she ...

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Jillian Caires, 2019 Leaders in Law

Advancing the practice Educating, serving and advocating in tribal and real estate law   Fulfillment and success are more than just cases won for Jillian Caires. Her peers know her for her efforts outside the courtroom, including her service on ...

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Sandra L. Clapp, 2019 Leaders in Law

Caring for conservatorship Founding a practice protective of minors and the elderly   Sandra L. Clapp thought she would go into real property law. Instead, her early years on the bar guided her toward conservatorship for minors and elderly family ...

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