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2018 leaders who are involved in the community to make a difference


Leadership Coeur d’Alene 2018 A program of the Coeur d’Alene Chamber of Commerce

Statement and Purpose

To identify citizens of the area who have demonstrated the potential for leadership; leaders who are involved in the community to make a difference; to provide information which will develop knowledge and understanding of our community, its complexities and its potential; to create an opportunity for participants to meet and exchange ideas with current community/area leaders; to motivate participants to pursue leadership role in the community; and to provide participants an opportunity to network and discuss issues in an informal and learning environment.

Program of Work •

To recruit, select and graduate a quality class of future leaders.

Focus on differentiating Leadership Coeur d’Alene from all competitive Leadership programs in the region.

Focus on ensuring that Leadership Coeur d’Alene is THE premiere Leadership program in the State of Idaho.

Involve the community’s youth into the program to not only help shape and retain our future leaders but to learn from them as well.

Schedule retreat for Leadership Committee and perform S.W.O.T. analysis in order to develop a strategy for the next decade.

Redesign Mission and Vision Statement – focusing on increasing value of the program to Chamber members and the Community.

Determine what is uniquely marketable and improve awareness of the program through exposure in the media.

Actively engage past Leadership Graduates in keeping them involved with Chamber events, activities and programs.

Increase financial position of the Toni Sayler Leadership Scholarship fund.

Continue Youth Leadership Program with School District.

Continue Advanced Leadership Program.

Coordinate March UpBeat Breakfast

During their year in Leadership Coeur d’Alene, class members attended a variety of lectures, demonstrations, tours and activities that allowed them to gain a better understanding of our community. The class met one day per month, with each day focused on a different community theme. They discussed a variety of issues with community leaders, participated in team building exercises and were introduced to businesses and organizations in Coeur d’Alene that have been key factors in our area’s history, development and daily life. Members from the Leadership Class of 2017 were in charge of planning each session, taking into consideration their personal experiences in the program. This task allows former classmates to put their skills to work and demonstrate their growth in leadership. At the end of each day, the class conducted a “Best of the Best” discussion, where they looked at the pros and cons throughout the day and provided suggestions for the future. The comments from each day were collected and used at the Class Retreat to help plan the 2019 Leadership program. The following provide a summary of each day through Leadership 2018. The Leadership Committee thanks all of the community members who have supported the Leadership program throughout the years and have made this experience possible for hundreds of future leaders.


2018 Leadership Coeur d’Alene Committee Members

Miranda Hamilton - Chair Leadership Coeur d’Alene

Dustin Ainsworth Lindsay Allen Jaime Arnold John Baldeck Brenda Bookholtz Benjamin Drake Shane Greenfield Miranda Hamilton Katie Hunt Vicki Isakson Heather Keen Ryan Lewis Charlie Linder Alivia Metts Kelsey Moen Mike Nelson Pam Pratt Marvin Sears Ann Thomas Kathleen Tillman Eric Titus Mike Ward Steve Wilson Ashley Yates Brenda Young

Kootenai Title Northwest Realty Group Pacific Source Health Plans KMS Financial Services Pita Pit USA Pita Pit USA Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty American Family Insurance, The Hamilton Agency Numerica Credit Union Idaho Department of Labor Marimn Health STRATA, A Professional Services Corporation Kootenai Health The Metts Group Benefits Exchange Northwest Coeur d’Alene School District Coeur d’Alene School District PayneWest Insurance Mountain West Bank Kathleen Tillman, Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty Numerica Credit Union Mike Ward, Coldwell Bank Schneidmiller Realty Coeur d’Alene Chamber of Commerce Columbia Bank Coeur d’Alene Chamber of Commerce


Ice Breaker March 8, 2018

Session Planners: Marvin Sears-Chair Justin Schorzman Nick Shriner Johanna Brown Kristine Miller

PayneWest Insurance Coeur d’Alene Resort Windermere Coeur d’Alene Realty Kootenai Health Safe Passage

Heather Keen Lindsay Allen Emily Haas

Purpose: To meet classmates and learn about Leadership CDA. Meeting for the first time, Leadership Class of 2018 shook hands with one another and enjoyed hors d’oeuvres and wine for the Icebreaker session at Coeur d’Alene Chamber of Commerce. After an intense round of “getting to know you Bingo” the class of 2017 introduced themselves and explained each role they held, favorite moments of the previous year and their personal thoughts on the program. We finished the day with an amusing game to help everyone remember names and picked nicknames that will haunt us for the next two years. Everyone left excited and eager to start this great adventure.

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Marimn Health Northwest Realty Group Idaho Central Credit Union


Setting the Stage March 22, 2018

Session Planners: Marvin Sears-Chair Justin Schorzman Nick Shriner Johanna Brown Kristine Miller Heather Keen

Speakers: Robert Singletary Caj Matheson Norm Gissel Sandy Emerson

PayneWest Insurance Coeur d’Alene Resort Windermere Coeur d’Alene Realty Kootenai Health Safe Passage Marimn Health

Lindsay Allen Emily Haas

Northwest Realty Group Idaho Central Credit Union

Museum of North Idaho Coeur d’Alene Tribe Attorney Idaho Certified General Appraiser

Denny Davis Anna McKahan Marcee Hartzell

Witherspoon-Kelley Advanced Benefits STCU

Purpose: To acquaint the class with the history and heritage of Coeur d’Alene. Darla gathered information that included what we liked about the day, what we did not like and what can be changed, deleted or improved upon. Darla will write up Best of Best notes and present to the group for review and additional comment.

After lunch, we listen to Norm Gissel, Sandy Emerson & Denny Davis who shared with the group several of the challenges as it relates to cultural diversity and specific discussing community’s response to racism and hate groups (Nazis).

This was our first full day meeting. The goal of the day was to have a better understanding of the early history of Coeur d Alene. There was a presentation by Cai Matheson who outlined the cultural, history, natural resources, and tribal sovereignty issues. This presentation was followed by Robert Singletary who spoke about the role of the military, development of Steamboats and trade, the discovery of gold and then silver. We participated in a walking tour that showcased several of the historic homes and buildings along Sherman Ave and downtown CDA.

Our next discussion was led by Anna McKahan, who guided through an assessment that would show each of us our work style in” Color.. At the end of the assessment we were able to identify our dominate color style and learn more about each of our teammates work styles. Anna provided us with a color chart that we can use as a tool when communicating with others that are not in our color style. Our final presenter was Marcee Hartzell from CDA 2030. She provided us with a copy of the 2030 CDA Implementation Plan. This implementation plan outlined the six themes and the 36 strategies and 180 actions in all. The CDA 2030 is an on-going effort supported by government, business, and civic/community leaders. As leadership CDA members there are several opportunities to be involved and support six themes based on your personal interests and experience. We ended our day with an election of the officers. We voted in President, Ashley Yates; Vice President, Eric Titus; Secretary, Kim Stearns; Treasurer, Mark Wild; Best of the Best, Darla Gunning; Tail Twisters, Doug Reifschneider and Todd Trengove; Social Coordinator, Nathan Rodgers, and Historians, Kathryn Arrand, and Jessica Adams.

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Health Care Day April 26, 2018

Session Planners: Kim Sitton-Chair Johanna Brown-Chair Heather Keen Demi Sanders Sara Hartman Terri Johnson

Lakeshore Realty Kootenai Health Marimn Health LaRiviere Elias Research Associates TESH

Speakers:

Dr. Richard McLandress Kootenai Clinic Family Medicine Jeremy Evens Kootenai Health Mike Baker Heritage Health JT Patterson Kootenai Health Una Alderman North Idaho Advanced Care Hospital Rick Rasmussen Northwest Specialty Hospital Lisa Bunker Kootenai Health Don Robinson North Idaho Crisis Center/ Kootenai Health Lisa Aitken Kootenai Health Kelly McCarthy Kootenai Health

TJ Bryne Dr. Regina Prindle PhD Whitney M. Fehringer, RDN LD Jason Crouse Travis Roth Alanna Glover Dr. Ryan Bones Dr. Kory Wilson Dr. Michael Whiting, MD Dr. Eric Wallace Sarah McCracken

Heritage Health Heritage Health Kootenai Health Kootenai Health ALK Source Materials ALK Source Materials Beyond Bones Chiropractic Avondale Dental Kootenai Heart Clinics NW Hospice of Noth Idaho

Purpose: To educate the leadership class about the available healthcare resources and to make a personal commitment to health and wellness.

We started the day off at Kootenai Health. Dr. Mclandress and Hannah Raynor talked about how the hospital has grown and become a high-level training and teaching center in the community. Jeremy Evans spoke about the history and vision of Kootenai Health. Mike Baker from Heritage Health talked to us about how they work towards providing quality healthcare regardless of income and insurance. He also spoke about their community programs like Kroc-RX. One of the highlights of the day was visiting the Heritage Health mobile unit. Next, JT Patterson, Kootenai Health Occupational Therapist, led the group in some light exercises and stretches that can be done right at our own desks. Una Alderman and Heidi Frazier from Northern Idaho Advanced Care Facility talked about working with patients that are recovering from respiratory failure. Rick Rasmussen from Northwest Specialty Hospital spoke to us about their mission to provide quality surgical and medical care cost-effectively.

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We also listened to a panel discussion with Lisa Bunk and Don Robinson about behavioral health and substance abuse. Josh Burton, Jason Crouse, and Whitney Fehringer talked about their wellness program to help employees improve their health and quality of life. Travis Roth and Alanna Grover from ALK Pharmaceuticals explained how their research-driven company benefits the community. Lisa Thomas from Ally Health talked to us as well, about a telemedicine plan. People can speak with doctors by phone in non-emergency situations.


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Media Day May 24, 2018

Session Planners: Lindsay Allen David Bobbitt Heather Keen-Chair Kristine Miller

Speakers: Nils Rosdahl Scott Maben Mike Patrick Corey Jeppesen Cally King Bretta Provost

Northwest Realty Community 1st Bank Marimn Health Safe Passage

Jamie Miller James Perkinson Justin Schorzman

Fatbeam State Farm Insurance Coeur d’Alene Resort

Coeur d’Alene Press Coeur d’Alene Public Schools Coeur d’Alene Press Seejepp Creative Studio Coeur d’Alene Resort Entrepreneur

Robyn Nance John Baechler Debbie Simock Craig Etherton Emily Schwing Cole Turnbull

KXLY Hanna & Associates Avista Utilities Coeur d’Alene Fire Department Northwest News Network Coeur d’Alene Advice Givers

Purpose: To better understand how an effective leader can communicate with their stakeholders using variety of mediums and communication tools.

The day started off with at the CDA Press, and Nils Rosdahl, a Columnist for the CDA Press, told us about the history of print and how to write a story for the press. Scott Maben, Communication Director for the CDA School District, suggests we get to know the reporters and trends in stories so we can provide the best content when submitting a story, press release, etc. to the press. Finally, Mike Patrick told us about the role of the CDA Press in the Community and the disruption in the newspaper world. We took a tour of the press before we moved on. Next, Corey Jeppesen, Cally King, and Bretta Provost shared with us how to use social media platforms to engage our audiences to build our businesses. Robyn Nance, Anchor for Good Morning Northwest, gave us a breakdown of her day and explained how news stories get picked. John Baechler, Hanna & Associates, showcased some TV ads and explained how to connect with the audience. Emily Schwing, Northwest News Network, and Cole Turnbull, Coeur d’Alene Advise Givers, talked to us about the role radio and podcasts can have as well. We also heard from Debbie Semog, from Avista. She talked about the importance of planning and emergency communications. Craig Etherton from the CDA Fire Department also spoke on the subject of emergency communications. He told us how you can now text 911 in an emergency, if you are in a situation you can’t call.

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Environment Day June 28, 2018

Session Planners: Doug Elliott-Chair Dave Bobbitt Michelle Johnson

Speakers: David Gabrielsen Mike Henley Mac Mikkelsen Jason Sweet Chip Corsi Cathy Mayer Doug Elloitt Steve Petroni

Kootenai Electric Cooperative Community 1st Bank JUB Engineers

Dan McCracken Jill Swoboda Nick Young

Idaho DEQ Northwest Tile & Floors Young Construction Group

Hancock Forest Management Idaho Forest Group Avista Corporation Bonneville Power Idaho Department of Fish and Game Kootenai County Solid Waste Kootenai Electric Cooperative Hecla Silver Valley, Inc.

Val Wade Ed Moreen Mike Anderson Casey Fisher Rebecca Stevens Laura Laumatia Alissa Gersgorf

Panhandle Health District U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Waste Water Treatment Plant Wastewater Treatment Plant Coeur d’Alene Tribe Coeur d’Alene Tribe Idaho Department of Environmental Quality

Purpose: To develop knowledge and understanding of the issues facing our national, state and local land, water and other natural resource practices impacting the balance between commerce, growth, sustainability and quality of life. Today, we started at Idaho Forest Groups’ Chilco Mill. Breakfast was sponsored by NW Tile and Kootenai Electric. David Gabrielson, Hancock Forest Management, and Mike Henley, Idaho Forest Group, presented. They told us all about the timber industry in this area and a safety briefing. Next, we took a tour of the Avista Dam. We got to see the South Channel, control room, and the outside of the dam. We also got to see the Waster Water Treatment Plant and heard from Jason Sweet about Wildlife and Fisheries. Chris Corsi from the Department of Fish and Game talked to us about their mission, “The people of Idaho own the Wildlife,” and his thoughts on leadership. We also learned about Solid Waste Recycling, Kootenai Electric Cooperative, Hecla Mining, Panhandle Health District, and the CDA Lake Restoration and Management Plan. People from all of these places and programs explained how they work towards protecting and restoring the environment from pollution. Finally, Alyssa Gersdorf talked about the Rathdrum Prarie Aquifer. She told us about the geology, hydrology, and quality of water that it provides to the area.

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Arts & Recreation Day July 26, 2018

Session Planners: Nick Shriner-Chair Sara Hartman David Bobbitt

Speakers: David White Todd Dunfield Chris Caro Susan Nipp Stacy Barney Ali Shute

Windermere Realty Elias Research Community 1st Bank

Julie Amador Justin Schorzman James Perkinson

University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene Resort State Farm Insurance

Idaho Parks & Recreation North Idaho Centennial Trail Coeur d’Alene Bike Company Mudgy & Millie The Salvation Army Kroc Center Arts & Culture Alliance

Jennifer Drake Merilee Updike Jadd Davis Bliss Lanier Randall Butts Jordan Carter

Coeur d’Alene Arts Commission Coeur d’Alene Symphony Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre Christian Youth Theater-North Idaho Idaho Parks & Recreation Silverwood Theme Park

Purpose: To learn about and experience some outdoor recreational opportunities, visual & performing arts in the Coeur d’Alene area.

Leadership Attribute: As a leader, it is important to expand and develop your own opportunities to create,

imagine & explore yourself through arts and recreation. Arts & Recreation day is about developing a balance in work and play that will lead to a refreshed approach to problem solving, innovation and creating a well-rounded life. Enjoy! We started the day hearing about the outdoor recreation opportunities in the area. Chris Caro from Coeur d’Alene Bike Co. talked to us about how they’re encouraging local bike shops to work together. They are working towards promoting all levels of bike riding, not just the Ironman level. Todd Dunfield from the North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation talked about their plans to preserve and develop current and new trails. Randall Butts at the Farragut State Park spoke to us about the history of the park and the old Naval Training Station. We took an interesting and educational tour of the Museum at the Brig. Next, we heard from Susan Nipp, Author of the Mudgy & Millie books, about the importance of reading to children. Stacey Barney from the Kroc Center talked about the importance leadership took when creating awareness and raising funds to bring the Kroc Center to our area. Ali Shute from the Arts & Culture Alliance spoke about the role of arts in the community and their programs like Artwalk, Musicwalk, Riverstone Music Series, and programs for children to get involved in the arts. Jennifer Drake, Arts Commission Chairman, and speakers from the CDA Symphony, Christian Youth Theater, and CDA Summer Theater talked about their roles in placing art in the community. We toured two art galleries and saw works from local artists and learned about other services they provide to the community. We ended the day at Silverwood Theme Park. We learned about the history of Silverwood, how it brings people from all over the country to this area, and how they work with marketing to accomplish that.

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Economic Day August 23, 2018

Session Planners: David Bobbitt-Chair Kassie Silva Peter Riggs

Speakers:

Mayor Steve Widmyer Hilary Anderson Mike Ward Scott Hoskins Charlie Nipp John Beutler Scott Krajack John Young Gynii Gilliam Wally Jacobson

Community 1st Bank North Idaho College Pita Pit USA

Sid Smith Jill Swoboda Lindsay Allen

Senator Jim Risch Northwest Tile and Floor Northwest Realty Group

City of Coeur d’Alene City of Coeur d’Alene Coeur d’Alene Chamber BOD Ignite CDA Parkwood Business Properties Century 21 Beutler & Associates Viking Homes Young Construction Group CDA Area EDC-Jobs Plus Panhandle Area Council

Ryan Arnold Bill Jhung David Bobbitt Samuel Wolkenhauer John Mitchell C.J. Buck Cheryl Lantz Peter Riggs Greg Green

North Idaho College North Idaho Small Development Center Community 1st Bank Idaho Department of Labor M & H Economic Consultants Buck Knives Vacation Rental Authority Pita Pit USA Fatbeam, LLC

Purpose: To understand how our area leaders improve our standard of living through the creation of jobs, the support of innovation and new ideas, and the creation and distribution of wealth. You will be introduced to businesses and industries that have a significant economic impact locally to help further understand the key elements of our area’s economic health.

Leadership Attribute: Clear Vision, Innovation, Strategic Planning, Communication, Forward Thinking, Cooperation. We started the day listening to Steve Widmyer and Hilary Anderson from the City of Coeur d’Alene. They talked about infrastructure planning and building for the future. Memorial Grandstand, Downtown Parking Garage, East Sherman revitalization, and the Atlas River Project are all projects the city has to update the infrastructure to prepare for the future of CDA. Next, CDA Chamber Chairman, Mike Ward, told us how the Chamber works to raise awareness of issues that affect the North Idaho Community. Scott Hoskins also talked about the state of Urban Renewal and how they work in conjunction with Jobs Plus/Economic Development Council to assist with public infrastructure. The leadership class participated in a lively discussion on Real Estate and development in our city. Gynni Gilliam from the Economic Development Committee talked to us about the State of Small Business Development. They try to attract new business to our area and help companies with the relocation process. We heard from David Bobbitt, John Mitchell, and Sam Wolkenhauer about different aspects of the current and future economy.

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We took a tour of Buck Knives and then attended a panel of business leaders discussing the State of Business in Kootenai County. CT Buck from Buck Knives and Peter Riggs from Pita Pit USA talked about the history of the businesses and how they have and are growing/expanding.


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Law & Public Safety Day September 27, 2018

Session Planners:

Mike McFarland-Chair Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office Jamie Miller Fatbeam Lindsay Allen Northwest Realty Group

Speakers:

Chief Lee White Coeur d’Alene Police Department Dan Mattos Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office Captain John Kemf Idaho State Police Department Deputy Travis Fanciullo Spokane County Air Force One & Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Dan Knight Spokane County Air One Lieutenant Stu Miller Kootenai County Joint Agency SWAT Richard “Rick” Collodi FBI Special Agent Sergeant Eric Hildebrandt Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office North Idaho Violent Task Force

Nick Shriner Emily Haas Johanna Brown

Windermere Coeur d’Alene Realty Idaho Central Credit Union Kootenai Health

Bill Deruyter City of Coeur d’Alene Fire Department Arek Brock Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office, K-9 Patrol Jennifer Keyes Kootenai County Office of Emergency Services Sandy VonBehren Kootenai County Office of Emergency Services JT Taylor Kootenai County Juvenile Detention Captain Lee Richardson Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office

Purpose: To highlight the work performed by public safety leaders in protecting and serving citizens in our community; to explore current and future challenges in public safety and the criminal justice system. The day started with an overview of the CDA Police Department from Chief Lee White, Captain John Kempf, and Undersheriff Dan Mattos. A central point they touched on is how they handle the population and crime increase during the summer months. Deputy Dan Knight, Air Marshall, talked about anti-terror agents. Stu Miller, Special Weapons/Tactics, spoke about how the Sheriff Department, CDA Police, and Fire Department are involved with the SWAT. Next, we heard from Eric Hildebrandt from the North Idaho Violent Crimes Task Force and how they work crimes like kidnapping and drug work. Deputy Fletcher talked to us about Marine and Water Safety and how DUI and drug-related arrests on the lake have risen. Sandy Vonbehren, and Jen Keyes explained the importance of emergency planning and communications. J.T. Taylor talked to us about the Juvenile Detention Center and how they help with life skills, dependency issues and exploring spirituality. Lee Richardson and Eric Shetfield from the Kootenai County Jail talked about the number of inmates and needed security has risen over the years, and gave us a tour of the jail.

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Breakfast sponsored by Kathleen Tillman Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty


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Government & Transportation Day October 25, 2018

Session Planners: Sid Smith-Chair Michelle Johnson Doug Elliott

Senator James Risch J-U-B Engineers Kootenai Electric Co-op

Speakers:

Mayor Steve Widmyer City of Coeur d’Alene Mayor Ron Jacobson City of Post Falls Mayor Steve Griffitts City of Hayden Chris Fillios Kootenai County Rich Houser Kootenai County Paul Amador Idaho State Representative Karen Roetter US Senator Mike Crapo/Military Academy Liaison Sid Smith Senator Jim Risch Judy Morbeck Senator Raul Labrador

Emily Haas Dan McCracken Mike McFarland

ID Central Credit Union Idaho DEQ Kootenai Co. Sherriff’s Office

Tyrel Stevenson Coeur d’Alene Tribe Chris Way Kootenai County EMS Jim Coleman ITD State Board Glenn Miles Kootenai Metropolitan Planning Organization Kimberly Hobson Kootenai County Public Transit Steve Kjergaard Coeur d’Alene Airport Scott Marikis Empire Airlines Reed Chase Empire Aerospace

Purpose: To acquaint the Leadership Class with aspects of local, state, and federal government as well as transportation topics/issues.

Today we heard from the mayors of Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls, and Hayden. Steve Widmyer from Coeur d’Alene spoke about the new parking garage, the real estate market, and the study of East Sherman. Ron Jacobson from Post Falls spoke about the challenges they have with parking, building permits, and lack of workforce. The Mayor of Hayden, Steven Griffitts, talked about industrial growth and how to prepare for and balance growth. Next, we heard from County Commissioner Chris Fillios, and he explained what a County Commissioner does. Paul Amador spoke to us about his first term in the house and representing the 4th District. Shawn Keough, Idaho State Senator, talked to us about how to reach your legislators. Regional Directors for US Senator, Mike Crapo, and US Congressman, Raul Labrador, talked about how they deal with federal issues and how to get young people involved in politics. Tyrel Stevenson, Legislative Director for the CDA Tribe, explained how the Tribe’s Government differs from regular governments and their need to work with other Governments. Glenn Miles, Kimberly Hobson, Jody Bieze, Steven Kjergaard, and Scott Marikis talked about planning for the increase in transportation. We heard about the City Link public transportation, and air transportation. We ended the day with a tour of Empire Airlines.

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One of the highlights of the day was participating in a mock trial. This is a public hearing for approval of Special Use Permits for Adult Entertainment per Article III of Chapter 17.09 of the Coeur d’Alene City Code. The whole leadership class participated and had a lot of fun. The approval was granted.


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Education Day November 15, 2018

Session Planners: Kassie Silvas-Chair Dan McCracken Kristine Miller Lindsay Allen

North Idaho College Department of Environmental Quality Gonzaga University Northwest Realty

Speakers:

Mike S. Nelson, PhD Coeur d’Alene School District Mary Lee Ruch Home on the Homefront Teacher for Cd’A School Dist. Bette Price Home on the Homefront Teacher for Cd’A School Dist. Sherri Bullock Cd’A Backpack Program Colby Mattila KTEC Doug Anderson North Idaho College Bret Heller Coeur d’Alene High School Dan Nicklay Coeur d’Alene Charter Academy Scott Thomson North Idaho STEM Charter School

Marvin Sears Michelle Johnson Nick Young

PayneWest Insurance J-U-B Engineers, Inc. Young Construction Group

Julie Yetter Rick MacLennan, Ed.D Jilann Carlson Rocky Owens Matt Emerson Don Soltman Kassie Silvas Katie Morrisroe Marie Nail Barbara Mueller Ryan Arnold

Christian Center School North Idaho College Home School Rep. Lewis-Clark State College, Cd’A University of Idaho Idaho Board of Education North Idaho College Excel PTO/PTA Regional Rep. GIZMO North Idaho College

Purpose: To acquaint the Leadership CdA class with aspects of K-12 and higher education opportunities and issues. We started the day with an overview of K-12 education from Mike Nelson, Director of Curriculum & Assessment. Betty Price and Mary Ruch from Hope for Homefront talked about their homeless programs specifically for students that are homeless. Every school district in our nation must have a person to handle this program. The Director of KTEC, Colby Mattila, held a Q&A and talked about all of their education programs including HVAC, auto collision, auto repair, diesel, welding, engineering, construction, and computers. Programs are getting better and stronger. Dan Nicklay, Scott Thomson, and Julie Yetter spoke to us about the importance of School choice. They all talked about what their schools do to keep children engaged with learning. They make sure students get the education they need and want to continue on to College. We also heard a panel discussion about Post-Secondary opportunities in North Idaho. Matt Emerson, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Rocky Owens, LCSC, and Rick MacLennan, President of North Idaho College, all talked about how they work to make sure students are successful. We listened to a panel discussion on Community Support for Education, talking about PTA fundraising, workforce training, helping teachers, and creative learning outlets for kids.

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Quality of Life Day December 20, 2018

Session Planners: Kristine Miller-Chair Terri Johnson-Chair Johanna Brown

Gonzaga University Tesh Kootenai Health

Speakers:

Craig Sumey First Presbyterian Church Mark Tucker United Way of North Idaho Keri Stark United Way of North Idaho Cindy Wood Family Promise Chauntelle Lieske Safe Passage CDAide Nonprofit Rachel Grady Love Inc. of Kootenai County Linda Cook Union Gospel Mission

Julie Amador Justin Schorzman

University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene Resort

Darrell Rickard Frances Huffman Terri Johnson Jeff Conroy, MA KJ Brant Liz Beck Janet Pace

Community Action Partnership TESH, Inc. TESH, Inc. St. Vincent de Paul CASA The Children’s Village Safe Passage

Purpose: Increase awareness of human services, the needs in our community and the organizations and volunteer opportunities that exist to help meet those needs.

We started the day off by hearing Mark Tucker and Kari Stark from United Way talk about our local economy and how the average family doesn’t make enough to support themselves. Cindy Wood from Family Promise spoke to us about their programs for homeless children and their families. They help with childcare, employment, education, and transportation. Food Bank Manager, Darrell Rickard, gave us a tour of the food bank and discussed what Community Action Agencies do to help the community. Jeff Conroy from St. Vincent de Paul told us how their facilities like thrift stores, Trinity Group Hall, women’s and men’s shelters are open to the community. They can help with housing, veteran services, childcare, homelessness, clothing, food, parenting, and more. Terri Johnson and Frances Huffman with TESH spoke to us about how they provide opportunities to people with disabilities or other challenges. Their goal is to help people affected with a disability work towards self-sufficiency, and participation in the community.

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Breakfast Sponsored by: Kelsey Moen


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Retreat

March 8, 2018

Session Planners:

Miranda Hamilton-Chair American Family Insurance Ann Thomas Mountain West Bank Ben Dranke Pit Pit USA Brenda Zosel Bookholtz Pit Pit USA Jamie Arnold Pacific Source Health Plans

Katie Hunt Kelsey Moen Mike Ward Shane Greenfield

Numerica Credit Union Benefits Exchange Northwest Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty

Purpose: To review and evaluate the 2018 Leadership Coeur d’Alene Program, assign session planners for the class

of 2019 and to choose members to serve on the Leadership Coeur d’Alene Committee with the Chamber of Commerce. With all ten sessions complete, it’s time to reflect and evaluate the 2018 Leadership Couer d’Alene program. Today’s activities also included assigning session planners for the class of 2019 and selecting new members to serve on the Leadership CDA Committee with the Chamber of Commerce. After some breakfast and coffee, we enjoyed the view at Elk Point while the session planners explained the functions and responsibilities of the Leadership CDA Committee. Moving right along, we reviewed the pros and cons of this years’ sessions’ Best of the Best. We had great speakers and interesting topics. Most of the sessions were well planned out. Our group enjoyed getting out and enjoyed our walking tours to break up our day. Some of the top sessions where Environmental Day, Law and Public Safety Day and Quality of Life Day. Some of our favorite speakers were Robert Singletary, our local Coeur d’Alene historian, Rick Rasmussen, Northwest Specialty Hospital, Charlie Nipp, John Young, and John Beutler from Economic Day. Our favorite tours we took were Hospice of North Idaho on Healthcare Day, and Buck Knives on Economic Day. What was next? I can’t remember. Oh yeah, the Memory Madness Game! A quiz testing our ability to remember the first and last names, nicknames, and companies of our classmates. Grab your markers and sign up for 2 to 3 sessions! Then switch gears, put on your thinking cap and running shoes, and race around to answer Leadership CDA Trivia. Last order of business was to elect this year’s Leadership Committee Members.

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CLASS OF 2018 Jessica Adams

Mark Botterbusch

Coeur Realty

Community 1st Bank

Jessica’s Leadership experience gave her the opportunity to hear from and meet some of greatest leaders in the area and the behind the scenes tours were great! Jessica is a member of the Lady d’Alenes and is the Board President of Specialized Needs Recreation. Jessica enjoys camping, hiking, exploring, spending time with family and photography. Jessica is married to Justin and together they have three children Kinsley, Kaiden, Brooklyn, and two dogs Carli and Max.

Kathryn Arrand

Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty Through Leadership Kathryn loved meeting leaders in our community and learning about how they were involved in our community. Kathryn has lived here her whole life and she learned a lot about our town she never knew. Kathryn was awarded Rookie of the Year her first year in Real Estate. Together her husband and her have built a great team, continually being awarded amongst the top 5% of Coldwell Banker Agents. 2014 Rookie of the Year, 2015 Diamond Society, 2016, 2017 & 2018 President’s Elite. Kathryn enjoys everything Real Estate, spending time with family on Lake Coeur d’Alene or up the Coeur d’Alene River. Kathryn is married to husband Cory and has three Kiddos: Hunter, Emma & Ryker.

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Mark’s Leadership experience was that all sessions were good and provided opportunities to become more aware of the community. The initial session (Setting the Stage) was a great way to start because it gave a nice overview of the history of the area. Other memorable sessions were Environment Day, Economic Day and Quality of Life Day. Getting to know fellow classmates and learning about their roles and contributions to the community was a positive and rewarding experience. Mark is a member of Rotary and is involved in church (finance committee and leading Bible studies). Mark enjoys outdoor activities hiking, biking, skiing, camping, golf. Mark is married to wife Barbara and will celebrate 30 years of marriage this year! Together they have son Michael, daughter Emily, and son Andrew. Emily is planning to get married in May!

Joel Bowlby D.A. Davidson As a lifelong resident of Coeur d’Alene, Joel was surprised by how much he learned and the access that was given to areas he had yet to see. A few really stuck out: the tour of the Chilco Saw Mill, the Post Falls Dam, and Empire Airlines. Through Leadership Joel’s best experience was building new relationships with other participants in the class. Joel keeps busy volunteering and helping at his kids’ school and is a past Thursday Evening Rotary Club President. Joel is a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC), Chartered Wealth Strategist (CWS), Portfolio Manager. Joel enjoys skiing, running, gardening, and floating rivers. Joel is married to wife Autumn and together they have a daughter Kendalyn, son Henry, and Fletcher the Weiner dog.


Missy Budge

Kelley Griffith

Mountain West Bank

Kootenai Health

Missy really enjoyed learning about the history of Coeur d’Alene and hearing from Cai Matheson on the first day. She truly appreciated seeing how many people are passionate about our great town! Missy is a member with the Lady d’Alenes and volunteers for St. Vincent de Paul Party in the Park, Chicks & Chaps, Guns & Hoses, Ever-fi, and Bank on. Missy was nominated for 40 under 30 but was not selected BUT became Branch Manager before the age of 30, she is very proud of this accomplishment! Missy enjoys the outdoors with her husband and their boxer Kona, loves to go on adventures, fishing, hiking, boating as much as possible and shooting guns. Missy is married to the most amazing man for 12 years and have a 6 year old Boxer named Kona!

Amy Butler STCU Being part of Leadership really opened my eyes to what’s going on in the community in which I live and work. It has sparked new interests and passions, and has made me want to be a bigger part of my community, and do more to be involved in what goes on around us all. It has given me more appreciation and validated how grateful I am to live in Northern Idaho. I enjoy watching my son play hockey, and my daughter with her gymnastics. I also enjoy hiking, camping, and trail running. Family includes husband Ben, 15 year old son Alex, 8 year old daughter Peyton. Three dogs 16 year old Australian Shephard Bounder, 10 year old Border Collie Lucy, and an 8 month old German Shephard Buck.

Nikki Droll Kootenai Title Nikki’s favorite day in Leadership was Public Safety Day, she really appreciated learning so much about the community overall. Nikki is a member of Idaho Land Title Association (ILTA) and is a softball coach. Nikki was promoted to Title Manager in March 2018 and enjoys skiing, hiking, and kayaking. Nikki has a wonderful husband and a 25 year old stepdaughter and a 13 year old that are her everything.

Kelley’s favorite experience in Leadership was learning about all of the businesses and activities going on in the Coeur d’Alene community. Kelley was awarded the Kootenai Health Diamond Award for Service Excellence. Kelley is married to husband Ben and together they have daughter Erin and son Steven.

Darla Gunning Community Library Network As a relatively new resident in the area she learned about the wide resources this community offers & the wide support our business community provides for philanthropic endeavors. Darla is involved in the Idaho Library Association, Public Library Association, Association of Rural & Small Librarians, and American Association of University Women Cd’A Branch. In the past Darla helped develop and manage broad-based regional & statewide library programs and coordinated millions in grant awards each year. Darla enjoys travel, genealogy, photography, and digitizing old photos. Darla has an extensive family in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho including her mother that is 105 years old.

Nicole Hammons Boys & Girls Club Of Kootenai County Through Leadership Nicole really enjoyed being able to go behind the curtain and learn about a community that cares so much for its residents and how all the moving parts come together creating such a wonderful place to live and a raise a family. Nicole volunteers for Delta Gamma Sorority as an Advisor, and volunteers for Bryan Elementary PTA. Nicole was awarded Top 30 Under 40- KCYP, Greek Advisor of the Year- University of Idaho, Employee of the Year- Coeur d’Alene Casino, and is a Board Member for The Lady d’Alene’s. Nicole likes to read, travel, go to movies, attempt golfing and adventure with her family. Nicole is married to husband, Conor Hammons, together they have two kids Avery (8), Rowan (6), 3 dogs and two cats.

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CLASS OF 2018 Karen Hubbard

Carlos Lima

North Idaho College

Clearwater Summit Group

Karen loved the diversity of speakers, topics, and organizations represented in the Leadership program. Particular highlights included Caj Matheson on the history of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe, the Cd’A Perspectives panel and all of the tours. Karen is a member of the Human Resources Network of North Idaho (HRNNI) and is President Elect for the Inter Mountain West Chapter of the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPAHR). Karen enjoys running and snowboarding with her husband Stewart, an IT Executive/Consultant, and children Drew (13) and Lauren (10).

Joe Hurlocker Costco Joe’s favorite experience through Leadership was meeting new people in the community & getting behind the scene look into businesses in the community. Joe is involved in Project Search which is job training for special needs youth and adults in the community. Joe was awarded corporate recognition for outstanding customer service. Joe enjoys snow skiing, bike riding and bowling. Joe is married to wife Margaret and together they have sons Nathan (22) and Alec (21).

Caitlin Kling Hawley Troxell Caitlin’s favorite part of Leadership Coeur d’Alene was getting to meet so many great people in the community and getting to learn more about the work they do and their contribution to making Coeur d’Alene such a great place. Caitlin is a Board Member with Children’s Village and is a member of Idaho Women Lawyers. Caitlin enjoys spending time with family and friends, travelling, and hiking. Caitlin is married to husband, Alex, and they are expecting their first child in June. They have a wonderfully spoiled dog named Bruno.

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Through Leadership Carlos enjoyed getting to see a side of Coeur d’ Alene that people may not know about and interact with so many different people from different industries that he might not have experienced without Leadership CDA. Carlos is a member for the Coeur Group and enjoys golf, spending time at the lake, and enjoying the local craft breweries in the area. Carlos is married to wife Torie and has a son Carter.

Stuart Malley Allwest Testing & Engineering Through Leadership Stuart really enjoyed learning the history and more about what makes North Idaho click. Stuart enjoys hunting, skiing and hiking. Stuart is married to wife Christian and together they have a son Sidney.

Melissa Newcomer Kootenai Electric During leadership, Melissa really enjoyed the behind the scenes view of the businesses and organizations that impact our community. In her professional career, Melissa is a member of Touchstone Energy’s Cooperative Relations Committee and is a Certified Cooperative Communicator. Outside of work, Melissa enjoys cooking with her kids, dabbling in photography, and relaxing on Lake Pend Oreille. Melissa is married to husband Jeremy and together they have two sons, Caiden and Elliot.


Doug Reifschneider Pita Pit USA One of Doug’s favorite experiences in Leadership was meeting all the quality people in the class and learning more about the community. Doug is a member of the Steering Committee (aka The Board) for the National Restaurant Associations Executive Study Group known as MEG. MEG = Marketing Executives Group. Doug enjoys cycling and hunting.

Nathan Rogers NR Consulting & Business Services Through Leadership Nathan learned about the community support for those in need. Nathan is involved with the Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls Chambers, CASA, Activate, Real Life Ministries, and ABC. Nathan was voted 2018 Best Custom Consultant in Post Falls. Nathan enjoys being a Gearhead, Sports, Mexico, Diving, Dirt Bikes, community and church. Nathan is married to his amazing wife and business partner and together they have a beautiful 8 year old son.

Joshua Sattler Northwestern Mutal Through Leadership, Joshua learned phenomenal information on inner workings of Coeur d’Alene and the surrounding area. Joshua’s favorite experience was the mill tour, Post Falls Dam, and Buck Knives. Joshua is involved in Sunrise Rotary, was nominated for Top 30 Under 40 and is co-owner of Renew Aesthetics and IV Hydration Bar. He enjoys all that the PNW offers including hiking, hunting and spending time on the lake. Joshua is married to wife Angela, and they have three children: Tyler and twins Emma and Lawson.

Kim Stearns

Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty Kim’s favorite day in Leadership was Education Day and learning about the opportunities to participate in Education, the history tour and Quality of Life and giving the kids gifts. Kim volunteers for Adopt a Classroom Cd’A 271 District, Parking on Sherman Project, and is a member of Women’s Council of Realtors. Kim was awarded Senior Real Estate Specialist and Resort/ Investment Specialist. Kim enjoys fly-ins, travel, hiking, kids and going to the gym. Kim is married to husband Carl who owns Civic Mind Media and together they have Kimmy (17) who is a Jr. at LCSC and works at the Kroc Center, and Benjamin (9) who is a student at Skyway Elementary School.

Eric Titus Numerica Credit Union Eric’s best experience was getting to know his class mates. He also really enjoyed learning about the Native America history in the CDA area. Eric is a Leadership CDA Committee Member, Treasurer for Rotaract Club of Spokane, Logistics Chair for Junior Lilac Parade, and was awarded Kootenai County Top 30 Under 40 for 2018. Eric enjoys fishing, hunting, camping, and spending time with friends. Eric is married to his amazing wife Hillary. They are expecting their first child in May.

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CLASS OF 2018 Todd Trengove

Mark Wilson

Fortress Business Systems

The Childrens Village

Todd’s favorite experience through Leadership was meeting the class of 2018, making some great connections and fining people for fun in class, and seeing behind the scenes at the great businesses in our area. Todd is a current committee member on Membership Outreach Committee, was awarded King of the Chamber 2012, Chair of Membership Outreach 20132017, and Committee of the Year Membership Outreach 2016. Todd enjoys watching my children in sports the last 16 years. Todd is married to wife Kris of 21 years and together they have daughter Kali, senior at ISU who just enrolled in Graduate School, son Tyler who is a senior at Post Falls and state high jump and long jump champion.

Mark Wild Insurance Northwest Mark’s favorite experience was the entire Economic Development Day. Having the opportunity to interact and gain insights from some of Coeur D’Alene’s greatest business leaders was amazing. Mark is a member with North Idaho Building Contractors Association and past AVP, North Idaho Association of Health Underwriters, Fraternal Order of Eagles #486, and Past President and Treasurer for Matt’s Place Foundation, Inc. Mark is a graduate of Producer Development Program- Safeco Insurance -2016, Certified Idaho Workers’ Compensation Specialist- Foundation Level -2017, Panhandle State Bank- Mortgage Loan Officer of the Year -2005, 2007. Mark enjoys spending time with family and friends, staying active including running, swimming and weight training, boating, golf, and skiing. Marks family includes his mother Lynne (Sletager) Wild- deceased, father Randy & step mother Brenda Wild, brother Luke and nephew Milo, brother Matt Wild & Wife Theresa.

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Through Leadership Mark enjoyed creating relationships with classmates and is a member of Rotary. Mark’s hobbies include daydreaming. Mark is married to wife Janine Wilson and has twin teenage daughters.

Ashley Yates Columbia Bank Throughout Leadership Ashley’s best experience was meeting and getting to know her classmates and understanding the Coeur d’Alene community better. It was truly hard to pick the favorite thing learned, you learn a ton of amazing things throughout the year, but especially loved the Chico Mill tour. Ashley was President of the Leadership CDA 2018 Class. Aside from Leadership, Ashley is a Board Member at Tesh Inc., and a Board Member for the Kootenai County Young Professionals. In 2017 she also received the Kootenai County Top 30 Under 40 award. Ashley has a wonderful Husband, Jake Yates. 3 whirlwind kiddos, 2 by birth and 1 by heart; Jocelyn, Charlie, and Brexton and a dog named Sage.


WHAT’S NEXT?

The Coeur d’Alene Chamber’s Advanced Leadership Program’s first class session began January 2017. Advanced Leadership is open to previous graduates of Leadership CDA and provides a focus on education and the principles of leadership. The program consists of half-day session once a month for five months. Topics covered include: Leadership 101- Principles of Leadership, Community Leadership/Servant Leadership, Discovering Your Purpose/Passion, Values Based Leadership, and Communication and Leadership in Crisis.

2017 - 2018 Graduates 2017

Dustin Ainsworth John Baldeck Jeff Conroy Ryan DeSchryver Benjamin Drake Mark D Fisher Anne Hagman Miranda Hamilton Matthew Higgins Vicki Isakson Laura Little Jeff Odland Laura Rumpler Ann Thomas Britt Towery Heather Wichman Brenda Young Brenda Zosel

Kootenai Title KMS Financial Services St. Vincent de Paul Home Street Bank Pita Pit USA Advanced Benefits Idaho Central Credit Union American Family Insurance Idaho Trust Bank Idaho Department of Labor Laura Little Productions Protelligent, Inc. Coeur d’Alene School District Mountain West Bank Kootenai Health Pioneer Title Company Cd’A Chamber of Commerce Pita Pit USA

2018

Bridget Carter Therese Goodwin Ninette Goucher Peter Howard Katie Hunt J.T. Jacobson Jeanette Laster Sarah McCracken Jamie Miller Kelsey Moen Michael Pereira Brent Schreiber Hannah Tagliaferro Terry Vulles Marille Wallace Michael Ward Ann Thomas

Washington Trust Bank Idaho Central Credit Union Magnuson, McHugh & Co., PA PayneWest Insurance Numerica Credit Union Kootenai Title Human Rights Education Institute Hospice of North Idaho Fatbeam Benefits Exchange Northwest Umpqua Bank Clearwater Summit Group, Inc. Centennial Distributing Schaffer’s Towing LLC Cd’A Chamber of Commerce Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty Mountain West Bank

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1985 - 2017 Graduates 1985

Allen Baldridge James (Michael) Boyd Skip Cole Jim Coleman Bill Cooper Phil Davies Marilyn Deutsch Elizabeth Doran Sandy Emerson Thomas Frazier Betty Kerr Robert McNabb David Oliveria Marlys Rogers Steve Schenk William Sims Gordon Wilcox Edward Wroe

1986

Paul Anderson David Bobbitt Robert Castellaw Rod B. Colwell Dennis Connors Lora Davis Art Elliott Patricia Harris Paula Kellas John L. Mushlitz Sandy Patano Ramon Prohaska Dr. Karolynne Rogers Donald Soltman Joe Stanosch Roger Stewart Cathy Wagner Nancy Sue Wallace Stan Wood

1987

Terry Backs Mary Cederblom Doug Cresswell Steve Delgado Stephen H. Flerchinger M. Kate Meidling Phil Kinzler Ken Johnson Kathryn Lange Alan McGinity Barbara Pleason David Patzer H. David Peters Jon Rolfe Q. Wayne Schneider Tom Snider Paul Stewart, Jr. Sue Thilo Pat Wheeler

1988

Bob Boeh Lee Claires Knute Eie Nancy Flagan Rodney Frey Jack Hawkins Richard Henderson Dave Holloway Donald Holmberg Helen Hood William Jennison Kim Johnson George Krug Katie Mans Kay McGruder

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Brian Morris Ron Ouren Janet Robnett Patrick Smyly Marcia Souther Patty Stand

1989

Robin Bevis Ken Boni Robert B. Burton Rob Chatters Cayle M. Crane Sandra Ward-Crow Steve Handlen Faith Holt Dave Kilburg Vicki Kok Pat Krug Len Mattei Barbara McFarland Julie McPoland Bob Myklebust JeanAnn O’Brien Ronald Ringel Kris Roby Kaye Ross Ellen Schmand Robyn Smith Muriel Stamps Brent Stinnet Lila R. Truesdell Sylvia Watterson

1990

Lucinda Ade Larry Baker Mike Bevis Mike Boatman David Bruce Vickie Parker-Clark Karen Cook Bruce Cyr Brad Dugdale Kathleen Gans Bernie Gurstein Jan Jesberger Chuck Kinsey James Lehner John Nagel Dave Newman Daniel Palmer DeeLaine Peterson Nancy Pohlman Paul Robnett Anna Rolphe Sharon Sorenson Rick Verneers Charles Walls

1991

Mic Armon Jane I. Bright Carmen Brochu Larry Bryant Travis Chaney Sharon Culbreth David R. Daniel Kenneth Good Michael Hague Gayle Higgins W.L. “Hap” Hilbish Len Hodge Dave Holinka Patsy Jaspers Robert Ketchum James Lien Vern Newby

Sandra Palmer Janna Robnett Ben Rolphe Joann Schneider Leise Thompson Laura Umthun Alan Wolfe

Dona Miller Bryan Ogle Eric Paul Jerri Schaffner Mike Smith Shannon Votava Ben Wolfinger

Peter Anderson Hazel Bauman John Cranney Lynne Cuddy Gary Cuff Gary Day Rebecca Dielman Jim Edwards Ann Farrar Kirk Koening Ken Korczyk Frank Kronsnicki Tom Legel Marilyn Lund Mike McDowell Steve McKenna Nancy Potratz Tom Richmond Nancy Rodgers Dean Roland Betsy Russel Marc Schaffner Virginia Taft Andy Warren

Reid Ahlf Chuck Anderson Bill Britton Chad Cherry Duane Cone Ray Greene Scott Hoskins Tom Kauffman Suzanne Kaderka Nancy Klein Jennifer Kosareff Maggie Lyons Katie Marcus Ronda Maxon John Miller Vickie Morris Mark Murphy Rick Murray Jamie Olson Ralph Powell Jan Scharnweber Stan Schedler Nile Shirley Ann Walker Rick Williams Jeanne Worrell

1992

1993

Rayelle Anderson Amy Bartoo Chris Beck Carl Blanchette Chris Cheeley Laura Fulton Kristi Hagan Wendy Hague Denny Keim Ralph Kerr Allison Kratt Casey Krivor Jennifer Leui Patrick McGaughey Kiki Miller Stan Moore Richard Nyquist John Parry Julie Prafke Randy Rolphe Diana Thomas Karl Thompson Troy Tymesen Michele Wood

1994

Diane Albrethsen Cheri Andriolo Warren Bakes Michael Bibin Roy Cook Mike Diehkans Don Dorsey Wayne Ellenbecker Robert Faschnact Cathleen Fellows Lee Fields Mike Fish Paul Franz Brenda Garcia Ann Isenberg Wayne Longo Mike McCoy

1995

1996

Terri Ahlf Dan Benson Sharmon Case Steve Casey Denny Davis Greg Delevan Mischelle Fulgham Leslie Gourley Tori Gray Bob Gunning Ron Hotchkiss Cheri Howell Scott Hutchins Jan Holmes Rich Nixon Catherine Parochetti David Quinn Dennie Seymour Todd Tondee Jim Walsh Steve Wilke Brad Enders Erna Rhinehart

1997

Tracy Abrahamson Michelle Britton Mark Ellingsen Scott Fischer Laura Garrison Jerry Gee Toni Hackwith Scott Hague Kent Hall Larry Hill Jean Kelleher De Krapfl Rodger Lewerenz Gail McGaughey Dean Moore Scot Nass

Gina Parry Lynn Peterson Jim Phelps Sally Robideaux Ron Sampert Ginger Seaman Justin Thomas Marshall Thompson Dee Dee Tondee

1998

Bobbie Albright Mark Compton Karen Corcoran Patricia Deitch Greg Gfeller David Gibbs Brad Gilbert Jack Heath Carolyn Jorgensen Mike Kennedy Gemi Larson Matt Lyman John Martin Michelle Mitchell Jonathan Mueller Sally Nowak David Rawls Kathy Reed Krystie Robbins Rob Rollins Mara d’Sjostrom Ginny Tate Jeff Thomas Larry Tucker

1999

Joseph Anderson Roger Banks Marty Behm Mike Black Steve Briggs Jim Brown Susan Burgeson Jonathan Coe Jim Edom Janet Flerchinger Jennifer Ford Tammy Kelly Rudy Klein Ada Loper Shellie Loper James Martin Chris Meyer Peggy Polichio Mike Regan Jeri Riggs Shelly Servick-Frampton Ann Siebert Alan Solderling Lanny Stein Anne Walsh Shawn Woolley

2000

Jane Baker Eve Benedict Darlene Berkshire Mary Jo Braaten Jim Burtelow Julie Clark Chris Dal Pra Keith Dixon Robin Felton Tanya Frey Samual Grubbs Joel Hazel

Malcolm Johnstone Randy Krum Margaret Lightfoot Betty Ann Nelson Valetta O’Day Dale Schuman Dave Walker Mike Ward Jim Williamson John Young

2001

Kent Absec Ed Champagne Karen Cotton Jennifer Edwards Scott Edwards Teri Farr Kevin Glynn Nelson Gourley Curtis Gregory KJ Hackworthy Sheri Knobloch Larry La Bolle John Lynn Elaine Martin Gary Nieborsky Kelly Ostrom William Panos Connie Ripatti Terry Robinson Mandy Root Dan Soumas Bryan Taylor Tom Torgerson Trevor Watkins

2002

Tony Berns Robert Britsch Daniel Burnham Marsha R. Cayko Melissa A. Clair John Deines Daylene Dewey Curtis W. Exley Dale F. Gephart Bruce Gifford Jon Ingalls Deanna Jeffres Heather Johnson Bill Kling Connie Lovoi Renata McLeod Ken Richardson Neal Robertson Kurt Smith Joe Stringer Heather Turner Dan Whiting Cort Wilcox Kevin Zollman

2003

Karen Alberts Harry Amend Jamie Anderson George Balback Stefany Bales Julie Buck Thomas Burke Angela Erickson Brian Goetz Steve Grourke Tami Haft Anne Hagman Mark Hampe Sherri Lionberger


Linda McFaddan Rita Michalak Carrie Oja Elsie Patrick Dusty Pfennigs Victoria Roberge Shelly Romine Clay Schueman Jeffrey Smith Bill Waggoner

2004

David R. Asher George Busch Carrie Butterfield Darrel K. Chapman Carrie Cook Jeri DeLange Dennis L. Dye Steve Griffitts Richard A. Houser Lisa Kincel Johnson Dr. Sarah Marossy Suzanne Metzger Tammie Peacock Nicci Piazza Kelly Porter Kent Propst Jason D. Salois Kevin Shute Debbi Smith Duffy Smock Russ Twardowski Edward Wagner Marilee Wallace Rodney Wright Shelly Zolman

2005

Lisa Aitken Michelle Brandel Victoria Bruno Jeff Conroy Mary W. Cusack Stephanie Davenport Jan DeFord Jo Ann Edmiston Kim Edmondson Mark D. Fisher Diana Gifford Cyndie Hammond Chris Holloway David McDowell Darrin Murphey Ken Nichols Ryan Nipp Jim Pierce Bradley Rasor Lisa Sayler Rhonda Seagraves Brenda Smith Mary Terra-Berns Kacey L. Wall Nancy White Brenda Young

2006

Keith Bernhart Dwight Bershaw Russell Doumas Tim Feagan Darrin Hayes Shelly Hines Vicki Isakson Peter Job Fonda Jovick Judy Kirking Tim Martin Howard Martinson Alison McArthur

Eden Moreland Erika Neff Randy Oaks Stacy Oldfield Mary Lou Piazza Mark Robitaille Hilde Shetler Rick Shipman Cheryl Shippy Tim Stoddard Randy Swick Nathan Vore Al Williams

2007

Bette Ammon Mark Butera Tom Dorr Susan Dubois Melanie Ellingson Lisa Fisher Steve Gibbs Shelly Gillis Alison Gonsalves Crystal Gorman Teri Grubbs Michael King Laura Little Dan Mattos Phil Morgan Chad Murray Brian Petersen Eric Petersen Wanda Quinn Heidi Rogers Chris Schenek Andy Sims Jeff Voeller Sherry Wallis Donna Wemple Heidi Wilkins Higgins

2008

Jay Baldwin Ginger Dalvini Tifany David Gordon Dobler Tom Hamilton Mark Heckel Kyle Hendricks Drew Hodgson Matt Hutchinson Caryl Johnston Tim Kastning Daniel Klocko Eric Knudtsen Ricia Lasso Sarah Lathrop Anneliese Miller Stuart Miller Allen Naugle Marian Pelsma Pam Pratt Desiree Prohaska MaryBeth Ranum Darell Raver Patty Shea Jim Valle DeeDee Wiliams

2009

Erik Anderson Jeremy Evans Renae Fehringer Cari Fraser Sarah Garcia Matthew P. Grupp Chris Harrison Sam Henkle John Kalb John Kamprath

Angela Lemmerman Victoria Mallett Elaine Mansoor Michael Pereira Bryce Ralston Michael G. Schmidt Chris Shelton Thomas Walls Matt Weaver Ben Weymouth Jared Wise Leza Wright Tanya Yost Dani Zibell-Wolfe

2010

Dustin Ainsworth Kim Anderson Alivia Body Melissa Cleveland Judi Cronin Ninette Goucher Chris Harrison Dennis Grant Alex Harris Dustin Harris Darilyn Johnson Holly Knapp Brent Lyles Amanda Miller Charlie Miller Rob Newman James Norvell Jennie Pipoly Tamara Poelstra Lee Richardson Steve Roth Janie Shioya Scott Sowinski Correen Stauffer Kevin Vedder Jason Wing

2011

Chris Bosley Steve Childers Todd Christensen Brad Coughenour Sue Donaghue Paul Good Mark Haberman Matthew Handelman Kenneth Huitt Doug Jaworski Kandi Johnson Ali Johnson-Petley Chris Kastella Jeanette Laster Christy Markham Gavin Mobraten Becky Monday April Needham Sheldon Nord Michaelle Sande Mrs. Melissa Schock Mike Schock Chris Shipley Laurie Thomas Britt Towery Kory Wilson

2012

Mark Browning Heather Carroll Andy Cleveland Katherine Coppock Brian Dagon Andy Deak Jean-Paul Dupin Taryn Erickson J.T. Jacobsen

Shawn Langenderfer Charlie Linder John McMurray Colin Meehan Tom Murn Sarah Neilsen Mike O’Brien Anthony Oss Nicole Pearson Terry Pickel Jack Reiswig Laura Rumpler Kurt Sager Barbara Smalley Candice Smith Kerri Wilfong Trevor Young Brenda Zosel

2013

Jaime Arnold Shawn Bassham Carri Berglund Sean Brady Lita Burns Ryan DeSchryver Brandy Davis Trevor Frank Theresa Gibbons Bill Greenwood Roxanne Gunther Matt Hague J.D. Hallin Marcee Hartzell Kirk Hobson Scott Hoover Ann Johnson Ryan Luttmann Jeffrey Mahon Shawn Metts Mike Nelson Jeff Odland Brock Olson Stephanie Powers Craig M. Sumey Keith Taylor

2014

Andrea Barlow Juli Barton Andy Boyle Josh Burton Jesse Delavan Ben Drake Katie Hunt Todd Kiesbuy Kellie Peterson Trudi Kuhn Bill McLeod Marcus Mitzel Mike Nash Marie Pengilly Angela Petersen Tom Pool Marie Price Allison Roberts Kim Roby Sarah Sears Keri Stark Ann Thomas Lea WIlliams Cindy Woods Jake Yates

2015

Laura L. Ashenbrener John Baldeck Bill Davenport Paul Erwin Greta Gissel Miranda Hamilton

Matthew Higgins John Holecek Josh Horvath Frances H. Huffman Nicole Jacklin Steven Kopke Kelli Lunceford Kyle Marine Sarah McCracken Anna McKahan Scott McNee Bobby Myers Eric Olsn Hannah Palmer Brent Schreiber Nichole Smith Pete Stayton Terry Vulles Mike Walker Chris Way Anna Wilson

2016

Jc Agen Courtney Beach Ryan Bones Tony Braga Katie Brereton Bridget Carter Trina Caudle Aaron Emmert Therese Goodwin Kent Green Shane Greenfield Peter Howard Wade Jacklin Chad Krahn Ryan Lewis Brian Longwell Maren Maier Chris Martin Katie Martin Don Maryon Derek Miller Kelsey Moen Tiffany Morrett Dusty Obermayer Laszlo Suto Kathleen Tillman Melissa Tosi

2017

Lindsay Allen Julie Amador Brad Blodnick David V. Bobbitt Johanna Brown Doug Elliott Emily Haas Sara Hartman Terri Johnson Michelle Johnson Heather Keen Dan McCracken Mike McFarland Jamie Miller Kristine Miller James Perkinson Peter Riggs Demoree’ Sanders Justin Schorzman Marvin Sears Nick Shriner Kassie Silvas Kim Sitton Sidney Smith Jill Swoboda Nick Young

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CLASS OF 2018 Jessica Adams Kathryn Arrand Mark Botterbusch Joel Bowlby Missy Budge Amy Butler Nikki Droll Kelley Giffith Darla Gunning Nicole Hammons Karen Hubbard Joe Hurlocker Caitlin Kling Carlos Lima Stuart Malley Melissa Newcomer Doug Reifschneider Nathan Rogers Josh Sattler Kim Stearns Eric Titus Todd Trengove Mark Wild Mark Wilson Ashley Yates

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2018 Leadership Yearbook  

Discover the energetic leaders from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, who are involved in their community and are willing to make a big difference.

2018 Leadership Yearbook  

Discover the energetic leaders from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, who are involved in their community and are willing to make a big difference.

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