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Author Archives: Carissa Wolf

Farhana Hibbert, regional director, U.S. Senator Mike Crapo

Farhana Hibbert entered the world tiny and hidden but between her birth in war-torn Pakistan, an immigration to Puerto Rico and a top spot at Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo’s office, Hibbert created a big life, filled a staggering resume and ...

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Meg Glasgow, president, Finer Frames

“It was a happy accident,” Meg Glasgow says of the trans-Atlantic relocation that landed her in an apprenticeship that eventually bloomed to a thriving business. The happy accident seems fitting for a young woman who left home at 17 and ...

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Jacquie Elcox, CEO and founder, Treasure Valley Hearing and Balance

Jacquie Elcox admits to some teenage rebellion. And she never really felt like she fit in. But for the English transplant, non-conformity and a willingness to live outside the box made perfect business sense and turned the immigrant into a ...

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Pamela S. Howland, Owner, Idaho Employment Lawyers PLLC in Boise

  Pamela Howland would make a great life coach, but for now, she’s using her contagious optimism and fearless drive to launch her next chapter in life. “It’s like any other profession with lots of highs and lots of lows,” ...

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Gabriel Hamilton, Associate, Holland and Hart LLP in Boise

Gabriel Hamilton likes to be the first at things. Yes, the Commonwealth Scholar earned top law school honors by graduating first in his class from the University of Texas School of Law, and he’s earned first class accolades as an ...

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Bradlee R. Frazer, Partner, Hawley Troxell Ennis & Hawley in Boise

Bradlee R. Frazer isn’t just an attorney. He’s also the guy behind patenting the famous Boise State University blue turf and the novelist behind The Cure: A Thriller. The Hawley Troxell attorney oversees all matters regarding intellectual property, and sums ...

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Bret Busacker, Partner, Holland and Hart LLP in Boise

Bret Busacker fills his days with soccer games, cheering his daughter at cheer performances and navigating increasingly complex employee compensation regulations. His work day starts at 6 in the morning, runs until 6 at night, and keeps on going during ...

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Joe Borton, Partner, Borton Lakey Law and Policy in Meridian

The word “service” frequently surfaces in Joe Borton’s conversation. He speaks of service to the community, service to others, and service to a profession. And service is what Borton sees as the crux of his legal work. “We are all ...

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Dana Boothe Kirkham, Mayor of Ammon (access required)

Dana Boothe Kirkham just wanted to fix a few things in her neighborhood. The next thing she knew, she held the title of Mayor for the City of Ammon and had a major overhaul of a water and fiber optic ...

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