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Leahann Romero, 2020 Women of the Year

Probation Supervisor Ada County Juvenile Court   Although many people likely view reporting to a probation officer as a punishment, Ada County Juvenile Court Probation Supervisor Leahann Romero said her goal is to instead make those visits about rehabilitation. It’s ...

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Jessica Rolph, 2020 Women of the Year

CEO, Co-founder Lovevery   A love of entrepreneurship and social responsibility led Jessica Rolph to co-found her first company, organic baby food maker Happy Family. Success did not come instantly though. “We launched with frozen baby food in 2006, and ...

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Muffy Davis, 2020 Women of the Year

Representative Idaho State Legislature   Rep. Muffy Davis won her seat in the Idaho House of Representatives in November 2018, capturing more than 56% of votes to become one of just 14 Democrats serving in the 70-member Idaho House of ...

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Peter J. Smith IV, 2019 Leaders in Law

Making the world a better place Effecting change by guiding people through challenging situations   While attending Walla Walla University, Peter J. Smith IV took a year away from college to volunteer in Monteverde, Costa Rica, where he and a ...

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Caitlin Elizabeth O’Brien, 2019 Leaders in Law

Making a difference through law Providing opportunity to change the world   When Caitlin Elizabeth O’Brien began college at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington, majoring in psychology, she hadn’t considered a career in law. “I thought I wanted to be ...

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Regan Charlton, 2019 Leaders in Law

From opponent to partner Family law offers the opportunity to help others   While attending Boise State University, Regan Charlton was the captain of the debate team, an experience that nudged her toward practicing law. “It was kind of a ...

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Cora Whitney, 2019 Leaders in Law

Dedication from an early age Carving her own path while following her father’s lead   From the age of 12, Cora Whitney knew she wanted to practice law. “My dad is a judge, so I grew up watching him in ...

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Idaho non-farm jobs see nation’s second-largest increase (access required)

Idaho’s seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate remained at 2.9% for the third straight month as non-farm jobs saw the nation’s second-largest increase, according to data recently released by the Idaho Department of Labor. The number of unemployed Idahoans increased by 136 to ...

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Scott Mason, 2019 Excellence in Finance

Scott Mason Vice president, brokerage director and director of financial planning, MassMutual Idaho As the vice president and brokerage director for MassMutual of Idaho, Scott Mason is in a position to help people, both individuals and other agents. “I love ...

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Todd Christensen, 2019 Excellence in Finance

Todd Christensen Senior vice president of marketing and business development, CapEd Credit Union Todd Christensen attributes his lifelong interest in finance and business to something his father said to him when he was 8 years old. “I recall, very vividly, ...

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