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A word with Joe White, the U.K.’s technology envoy to the U.S. (access required)

Joe White MBE is Her Majesty’s Consul-General, San Francisco, and Technology Envoy to the United States in a combined role for the U.K. government to which he was named late last year. He has served as: General Partner of Entrepreneur ...

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A word with Mindi Anderson of Maximize Solutions (access required)

It’s not unusual for Idahoans to wear many hats, but in the case of Mindi Anderson, she has a whole hat rack. At one point or another, Anderson is or has been a CEO; an entrepreneur; a veteran; a diversity, ...

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A word with Christina Cernansky of NAMI Idaho (access required)

An issue that touches health care, corrections and education is that of mental illness. A national organization called NAMI is intended to help that. NAMI stands for the National Alliance for Mental Illness and represents individuals and families affected by ...

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A word with Laurel Sayer, CEO of Midas Gold Corp. (access required)

Late last year, Laurel Sayer, who was already CEO of Midas Gold Idaho CEO, was promoted to CEO of Midas Gold Corp. and Midas Gold Idaho, becoming one of a few female mining CEOs nationwide. The British Columbia, Canada-based company is seeking ...

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A word with Clay Anderson and Chap Todd of Colliers (access required)

Anyone who’s been paying attention can see that investing in multifamily housing throughout Idaho has become increasingly attractive. One of the companies taking part in this trend is Colliers International Idaho. Clay Anderson and Chap Todd make up Colliers’ Northwest ...

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A word with Susan Kuehl and Lori Martin of Consilio Consultants (access required)

A culture consultant is neither someone who advises you on how to make your own yogurt nor on what paintings to hang on the wall. Instead, a culture consultant, in a business context, helps business owners and employees determine the ...

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A word with Christopher T. Nomura at the University of Idaho (access required)

In August, the University of Idaho announced that Christopher T. Nomura, vice president for research and a biochemistry professor at State University of New York’s College of Environmental Science and Forestry, would be joining the university in October as its vice president ...

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A word with Enrique Rivera, Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (access required)

Idaho’s Hispanic population is growing. According to the Department of Labor, using statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of Hispanics in Idaho rose 3.3% from 222,206 in 2018 to 229,490 in 2019, while the total population grew 2.1%. ...

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A word with Rob Poleki about the Washie toilet seat (access required)

Are you sitting down? If so, you may need Washie. Washie is a toilet seat intended for public places that lets users clean it off first. Developed by Robert Poleki — a former Bannock County Clerk who quit his job ...

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A word with Kathryn Jones of Idaho’s African American Chamber (access required)

With this year’s Black Lives Matter movement, a number of people are looking for ways to support Idaho’s Black-owned businesses. However, it isn’t always easy to find them. Enter the African American Chamber of Commerce. Chapters have been springing up ...

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