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Gretchen Caserotti, 2020 Women of the Year

Library Director Meridian Library District   Gretchen Caserotti was drawn to her profession of library science because of her love of story. “Always the kid with my nose in a book, I combined my love of theater with the written ...

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Shavonna Case, 2020 Women of the Year

Chief Operating Officer ArmgaSys, Inc.   Calm music plays in Shavonna Case’s office, a stark contrast to employees walking around with faux super hero capes and the promise of activities involving soda and doughnuts. Case planned last year’s spirit week; ...

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Dana Briggs, 2020 Women of the Year

Economic Development Director City of Idaho Falls   Dana Briggs never planned to be the economic development director of Idaho Falls because she never expected to be in government, and the position was new when she was hired for it. ...

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Sarah Bettwieser, 2020 Women of the Year

Government Affairs Consultant Cygnet, LLC   Described as a graceful and extraordinary young businesswoman, it’s fitting that Sarah Bettwieser named her government and public affairs business “Cygnet” when she started it in 2015. The word means young swan, and it ...

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Hope A. Benedict, 2020 Women of the Year

President and Volunteer Director Lemhi County Historical Society and Museum   “Hope Benedict could live and work anywhere she wants to,” Gina Knudson wrote about her friend and mentor, in a letter of recommendation. “This community was immeasurably enriched when ...

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Mary Barinaga, MD, 2020 Women of the Year

Clinical Assistant Dean Idaho WWAMI   Mary Barinaga doesn’t think she stands out from her peers, but the colleagues, students, educators and friends who recommended her for a Women of the Year award believe otherwise. Barinaga is a physician with ...

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Liyah Babayan, 2020 Women of the Year

Owner/Director Makepeace, LLC   Liyah Babayan wrote the book on surviving and thriving as a refugee. Literally. Her memoir is called “Liminal, a refugee memoir.” Born in Baku, Azerbaijan, Babayan survived the 1990 pogrom and genocide against Christian Armenians, eventually ...

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Rhea Allen, 2020 Women of the Year

President, CEO & Co-founder Peppershock Media   With an Emmy, a few Telly awards and multiple small business awards under her belt, Boise State alumna Rhea Allen is a force to be reckoned with. As a producer, marketing coach and ...

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Mary Ann Arnold, 2020 Women of the Year

Corporate Director of Project Controls (Retired) Morrison-Knudsen, Inc.   Mary Ann Arnold gave 52 years to the workforce, serving as an aerospace technologist, deputy state treasurer and project controls engineer, to name a few. Now retired, Arnold laughingly said she ...

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2020 Women of the Year reflect Idaho’s growth, diversity

2019 Women of the Year

After receiving more than 220 nominations and a record number of completed applications from women around the state, the Idaho Business Review is proud to announce its 2020 Women of the Year. Competition was fierce, and the panel noted great ...

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