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Amanda Ashley, assistant professor of community and regional planning in the school of public service at Boise State University

  Not many people get into urban planning from going on tour with rock bands, but then most people aren’t Amanda Ashley, 39. It was when she toured with bands such as String Cheese Incident and Steve Winwood working in ...

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David Arkoosh, owner, Law Office of David Arkoosh in Boise

David Arkoosh, 31, found a professional passion and turned it into a rewarding, fulfilling career that has aided in the rise of the Treasure Valley’s burgeoning craft beer and wine scene, as well as in helping other organizations. Arkoosh started ...

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Announcing IBR’s 2015 Accomplished Under 40

For 16 years, Idaho Business Review has been recognizing professionals under the age of 40 who have already made big differences at work and in their communities. They have vision. They are leaders, not for the future, but for now. ...

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Hundreds gather to pay homage to IBR’s Accomplished Under 40

For the 15th year, Idaho Business Review’s event honoring 40 Accomplished Under 40 drew a crowd of professionals, community movers and shakers. They were lauded by past honorees, colleagues, and family members and friends. About 450 were in attendance Thursday, ...

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IBR names 40 Accomplished Under 40 for 2014

While the Accomplished Under 40 program is not about numbers, there are a number of them to bandy about. The Idaho Business Review is celebrating the 15th anniversary of honoring 40 Idaho men and women who have been recognized by ...

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Accomplished Under 40, version 14.0

While it can take nearly a lifetime for some to reach a successful pinnacle, for 14 years the Idaho Business Review has been recognizing 40 accomplished men and women younger than 40. “These are talented young professionals. They are shaping ...

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IBR’s 2012 class of ‘Accomplished Under 40’

For 13 years Idaho Business Review has recognized 40 accomplished men and women under the age of 40. “These talented young professionals represent a generation that is shaping our state, our image and our expectations,” said Idaho Business Review President ...

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