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Author Archives: Jeanne Huff

Jeanne Huff is the special sections editor at IBR, editor of Women of the Year, Accomplished Under 40, CEOs of Influence, Money Makers, Leaders in Law, Corporate Guide to Event Planning as well as editor of custom publications including Welcome to Boise, Dining Decisions, Idaho Heartland Living and Travelog.

Stacie States, president, Keller Williams Realty in Boise (access required)

While Stacie States is committed to inspire those around her to “have the best life they can and to be the best version of themselves,” she came to that role naturally, through the inspirational life her mother lives. States was ...

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Julia Rundberg, executive director, City Club of Boise (access required)

When Julia Rundberg was a little girl, she lived in Morehead, Minnesota on 10 acres. The family had a garden and raised poultry. When the television set broke one day, Rundberg’s mother took it as a good thing – “there’s ...

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Janice E. Fulkerson, executive director, Idaho Nonprofit Center in Boise (access required)

To Janice Fulkerson, the importance of the phrase “feelings matter” is represented by a painting created by her son Brian that hangs on her office wall. In college, during an evening Art Therapy class with her then 10-year-old son in ...

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Influential CEOs represent companies, nonprofits from across Idaho

Now in its sixth year, the Idaho Business Review CEO of Influence program recognizes Idaho’s best from all corners of the state in business, nonprofit and government sectors. From over 30 candidates representing large and small public and private companies, ...

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50 women leaders inspire a crowd of 600 at Women of the Year event

Since 2011, Idaho Business Review has named a Woman of the Year in a presentation and gala. On Feb. 25, with about 600 people in attendance at the event, the honor went to Nora Carpenter, president and CEO of United ...

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Nominations open for 2016 IBR Money Makers

In 2013, former CFO Shelly Sayer successfully took over the reins as CEO of Premier Technology Inc. in Blackfoot. The metal manufacturing, engineering and design company has grown and now serves, among others, the Department of Defense, the Department of ...

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