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A word with Ryan Stoa of Concordia University Law School (access required)

Ryan Stoa is a lawyer who teaches property law, administrative law, natural resources law and environmental law at Concordia University Law School in Boise. Stoa grew up in Minnesota, spending summers with his mother’s family in France, before studying international ...

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A word with Diane Bevan, first CEO of the Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Diane Bevan is the first full-time CEO of the 11-year-old Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, a Nampa-based networking organization. The chamber has 125 members and a 14-member board; Bevans is its only employee. Bevans, a native of Nowata, Oklahoma, was ...

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A word with Scott Schoenherr of Rafanelli and Nahas (access required)

Scott Schoenherr is a partner and Boise director of Rafanelli and Nahas, one of the larger property owners in downtown Boise. Schoenherr is a Detroit-area native who started out as a football player at Michigan’s Northwood University, transferred to Michigan ...

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A word with Curtis Fletcher of Prefab Logic (access required)

Curtis Fletcher is president and CEO of Prefab Logic, a Boise company that coordinates modular construction projects. Fletcher, who is trained as an architect, started his manufacturing career with the recreational vehicle company Fleetwood. In 2004, he founded a company ...

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A word with Andy Propst of HomeRiver Group

Andy Propst is CEO of HomeRiver Group, a Meridian company that has acquired a half-dozen property management companies around the nation in the last two years and now manages nearly 5,000 rentals in 20 states. When Propst joined the company ...

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A word with Dave Fotsch of Boise GreenBike (access required)

David Fotsch is one of Boise’s leading bicycle boosters, a public presence who serves as advocate and expert as well as director of the state’s first bike share program, Boise GreenBike. Fotsch is a lifelong bicyclist (including a paper route ...

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A word with Karen Appelgren, director of Zions Bank’s Business Resource Center (access required)

Karen Appelgren is the director of Zions Bank’s Business Resource Center in Boise, which provides classes, one-on-one business counseling and guest speakers to existing and prospective small business owners. Appelgren is a former teacher who helped start the Women’s Business ...

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A word with Jason Fry, CEO of the Idaho Youth Ranch (access required)

Jason Fry is CEO of the Idaho Youth Ranch, a youth services organization and chain of thrift stores that is one of Idaho’s largest nonprofit organizations. Fry grew up in Toledo, Ohio, and earned a degree in psychology at Wittenberg ...

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A word with TJ Pierce of Mid Century Homes (access required)

The Boise area has about 11,000 homes that were built along classic mid-century architectural lines. TJ Pierce counted them using tax information and other records. In his two-year-old real estate business, Mid Century Homes by Moniker Real Estate, Pierce only ...

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