BOISE, ID – Representative Mike Simpson will be back in Idaho to speak to the business community during a Congressional Forum. The event will be hosted by the Boise Metro Chamber on Tuesday, September 5, from noon to 1:00 p.m. at The Grove Hotel. “This presents a one of a kind chance to engage with our Representative, Mike Simpson and gain insights into the most recent federal legislative developments,” according to Bill Connors, President & CEO of the Boise Metro Chamber.
The event is presented by Meta and sponsored by Bank of Idaho, Intermountain Gas Company and Amalgamated Sugar Company.
Who: Representative Mike Simpson
What: Congressional Forum
When: Tuesday, September 5, 2023
Noon to 1:00 p.m.
Where: The Grove Hotel
245 S. Capitol Blvd.
Boise, ID 83702
Media: Members of the media are invited to attend at no charge. RSVP by email or phone to Maddy Gresick at firstname.lastname@example.org or (208) 472-5258.
About the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce: Established in 1883, the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce strives to be the leading business advocacy organization in the Boise Valley. The Boise Metro Chamber is a private, nonprofit, membership-driven organization comprised of more than 1,950 business enterprises, civic organizations, education institutions, and individuals. Its mission is to provide leadership that will help create regional economic prosperity and success for its members.
Holiday Inn Express Boise University, located at 475 W. Parkcenter Blvd., Boise, ID 83706, hosted a sold out trade show at last night's Business After Hours which was sponsored by Delta Air Lines. Delicious hors d'oeuvres were provided by A Lively Chef and complimentary beer and wine were available via Joe's Traveling Bar. Guests were able to meet and network with Chamber member businesses in the community as well as enter to win fabulous door prizes.
The following Chamber member businesses were exhibitors
If you are interested in participating in an upcoming tradeshow, contact Teresa Kirkmire at email@example.com to reserve a spot.
BOISE, Idaho (August 24, 2023) – Leadership Boise, a Boise Metro Chamber program sponsored by Capital City Development Corp, is proud to announce the Class of 2023-2025. Since its inception in 1975, LB has mentored and inspired more than 1,750 Treasure Valley business and civic leaders in one of the longest-running Chamber-sponsored leadership programs in the nation.
Through monthly daylong sessions, participants develop and enhance their knowledge and understanding of their community, including its complexities and potential. The program strives to foster new perspectives for creative leadership with the goal of providing participants with the foundation needed to expand their leadership roles and impact in the community.
Each year, the Leadership Boise Interview & Selection Committee, comprised of LB alumni, faces the difficult task of choosing class members from a highly-qualified field of applicants. “The Class of 2023-2025 is a diverse, positive, and inquisitive array of sophisticated professionals from varying industries. The Opening Retreat, held Aug. 18 & 19th at the YMCA Camp at Horsethief Reservoir, revealed a cohesive, creative group of individuals whose immediate comradery reflects the kind of inclusive, community-first thinking that makes Boise so special,” shared the Chamber’s Sr. Manager of Leadership Development, Karyn Stuart.
The theme of this year’s class is “Restoring Trust and Respect through Civil Discourse,” as designed by LB Vice Presidents Amy Lindgren (Cushing Terrell) and Michael Rotchford (Healthwise). The theme will be woven in with leadership skill development and civic or business-oriented content at monthly Sessions, as planned by the 2022-2024 LB Class.
The Opening Retreat kicked off the sessions and included these distinguished guests and speakers: Mayor Lauren McLean, Bernie Zimmerman, Gemba Boise, David Duro, Treasure Valley Family YMCA, Monica Church, Frank Church Institute at BSU. The 2023 LB President is Dr. Jesse Mix, D.O., Boise VA Medical Center, Oregon National Guard. Applications for the Class of 2024-2026 open in March. Learn more at: https://www.boisechamber.org/leadership-boise.html
The Leadership Boise Class of 2025 includes the following 50 participants:
Jillian Alexander Conduit Consulting
Mark Anderson BRS Architects
Matt Arriaga Arriaga Mediation
Taylor Barton Visit Boise
Charlie Baser Givens Pursley LLP
Darryl Beemer HP
Patrick Boel Roundhouse
Andrew Boespflug TOK Commercial
Lauren Brassey Healthwise
Gabriel Brenner City of Boise
Ben Burnham BSU
Elizabeth Caval-Williams Cottonwood Creek Behavioral Hospital
Colette Chester Hillcrest Bank
Stephanie Chimonas CSHQA
Cameela Cruz HP
Antonia Cusamano Price Waterhouse
Craig Dammeier Holland & Hart
Meghann Donley Jacobs Engineering Group
Bradley Dunbar Cushing Terrell
Adrienne Esposito WaFd Bank
Amy Evans Boise Cascade
Kyle Galloway Boise Cascade
Nicholas Gourley Stoel Rives
VJ Greenfield Charlie's Produce
Jennell Hall Northwest Lineman College
Brandon Helgeson Hawley Troxell
Malcolm Hong Zions Bank
Stephanie Husler Your Health Idaho
Tanner Job ESI
JD Kessler HUB International
Chuck Kracht Idaho Housing & Finance Assn
Nichol Lapierre Your Health Idaho
Chelan Lippincott University of Idaho
Abby Losinski St Luke's
Max McKenna HC Company
John McNeese HDR Engineering, Inc.
Sara Miller St Alphonsus' Health System
Frances Nagashima St Luke's Health Plans
Ashlee Neddo ICCU
Jordyn Neerdaels CCDC
Becca Proctor Boise Metro Chamber
Michelle Railsback St Luke's
Tyler Richelieu ZGA Architects & Planners Certified
Antonina Robles HP
Carole Schroeder Global Ties Idaho
Alex Suffa Idaho First Bank
Joe Tanner Mountain America CU
Scott Thompson Zions Bank
Breanna Young WCA
Romeo Zavala Horizon
About the Boise Metro Chamber: About the Boise Metro Chamber: Established in 1883, the Boise Metro Chamber is the only five-star accredited Chamber of Commerce in Idaho and strives to be the leading business advocacy organization in the Boise Valley. The Boise Metro Chamber is a private, nonprofit, membership-driven organization comprised of approximately 1,950 business enterprises, civic organizations, education institutions, and individuals. Its mission is to provide leadership that will help create regional economic prosperity and success for its members.