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Board of Directors

The Boise State Alumni Board of Directors is comprised of up to 30 Voting members and seven officers: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Past President, and two Ad Hoc members.

The president is elected for a two-year term and the other officers are elected for one-year terms. Up to 20 directors are elected for staggered three-year terms. Five presidential nominees are appointed for one-year terms. Honorary Directors (non-voting) – BAA representative, Foundation representative, Emeriti members, ASBSU president, and chapter representatives.

Upcoming Board Meetings and Events

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Summit

November Alumni Association General Board Meeting

February Alumni Association Annual Board Meeting

Bronco Giving Day

May Alumni Association General Board Meeting

About the Board of Directors

Executive Committee

  • Jesse Harris '05, '14

    President

    Jesse Harris is currently the Controller for Bish’s RV.  In his prior positions, Jesse has worked in several diverse industries including Higher Education with roles varying from an Accountant at Albertsons to VP of Finance at a local credit union.  Educationally, Jesse graduated from Boise State University with a dual degree in Accounting and Finance, is a CPA, and has an MBA from Northwest Nazarene University.

    Jesse is happily married to his wife Yvette and has a wonderful daughter named Regan.  He has lived in the Boise area since 1990 when he moved from upstate New York.  He currently serves on the boards for Boise State Alumni Association, the Treasure Valley CFO Forum, Destination Caldwell, and the Canyon County Fair Board.  In his spare time he enjoys playing golf poorly and rooting for upstate New York sports teams (that play as poorly as he does)

    Jesse Harris is currently the Controller for Bish’s RV.  In his prior positions, Jesse has worked in several diverse industries including Higher Education with roles varying from an Accountant at Albertsons to VP of Finance at a local credit union.  Educationally, Jesse graduated from Boise State University with a dual degree in Accounting and Finance, is a CPA, and has an MBA from Northwest Nazarene University.

    Jesse is happily married to his wife Yvette and has a wonderful daughter named Regan.  He has lived in the Boise area since 1990 when he moved from upstate New York.  He currently serves on the boards for Boise State Alumni Association, the Treasure Valley CFO Forum, Destination Caldwell, and the Canyon County Fair Board.  In his spare time he enjoys playing golf poorly and rooting for upstate New York sports teams (that play as poorly as he does)

  • Kenneth Beeson, Alumni Association Board of Directors, Photo by Allison Corona

    Kenny Beeson ’06

    Vice President

    Kenny graduated from Boise State in 2006 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems and minors in Computer Science and Mathematics. He lives in Nampa with his wife and two teenage boys. Kenny spends his career as an certified implementation consultant working with Oracle applications in finance and project management. He helps companies maximize the investment of an enterprise system through business requirements and configurations.
    In his free time he is found outdoors hunting, fishing, camping, and hiking. He volunteers with Boy Scouts of America as a Scoutmaster and has a troop of twenty five boys that keep him on his toes. He also is starting to learn the guitar.
    Kenny enjoys giving back to the University through volunteer work and engaging with other alumni. He joined the Alumni Board in 2015 and has been involved with the planning of board meetings, is the committee chair for the Orientation and Mentor sub-committee, is a member of the executive committee since 2017 and continues to work on getting the board more social through activities to bring board members together.

    Kenny graduated from Boise State in 2006 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems and minors in Computer Science and Mathematics. He lives in Nampa with his wife and two teenage boys. Kenny spends his career as an certified implementation consultant working with Oracle applications in finance and project management. He helps companies maximize the investment of an enterprise system through business requirements and configurations.
    In his free time he is found outdoors hunting, fishing, camping, and hiking. He volunteers with Boy Scouts of America as a Scoutmaster and has a troop of twenty five boys that keep him on his toes. He also is starting to learn the guitar.
    Kenny enjoys giving back to the University through volunteer work and engaging with other alumni. He joined the Alumni Board in 2015 and has been involved with the planning of board meetings, is the committee chair for the Orientation and Mentor sub-committee, is a member of the executive committee since 2017 and continues to work on getting the board more social through activities to bring board members together.

  • Portrait of Kimberly Welsh, Alumni Association Board Member, Allison Corona photo.

    Kimberly Welsh '87

    Secretary

    Kimberly graduated from Boise State University as the Outstanding Finance Graduate (4.0 GPA) in 1987 with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Finance.  Born and raised in Boise, Idaho, she was awarded a fully endowed Graduate Assistant Scholarship to State University of New York at Albany, where she obtained her MBA in Public Finance.  After thirty long years on Wall Street, she brought her daughter Kassidy and their dog Kubby home to Sweet, Idaho, on the banks of the Payette River.

    She currently serves as an Alumni Association secretary and Executive Committee Member, and enjoys the blessings of living in Idaho – riding her Harleys, Razoring, jeeping, water and snow skiing, jet skiing, camping, kayaking, fishing, snowmobiling and of course, exploring the natural hot springs found in such abundance throughout Idaho.

    In 2017, she established the Kassidy Amano Freedman/Welsh Scholarship Fund on behalf of her beloved daughter Kassidy.  The scholarship is designed to help Boise State University students with meals, books, study travel abroad and other expenses to allow students to fully harvest this incredible University.

    Kimberly graduated from Boise State University as the Outstanding Finance Graduate (4.0 GPA) in 1987 with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Finance.  Born and raised in Boise, Idaho, she was awarded a fully endowed Graduate Assistant Scholarship to State University of New York at Albany, where she obtained her MBA in Public Finance.  After thirty long years on Wall Street, she brought her daughter Kassidy and their dog Kubby home to Sweet, Idaho, on the banks of the Payette River.

    She currently serves as an Alumni Association secretary and Executive Committee Member, and enjoys the blessings of living in Idaho – riding her Harleys, Razoring, jeeping, water and snow skiing, jet skiing, camping, kayaking, fishing, snowmobiling and of course, exploring the natural hot springs found in such abundance throughout Idaho.

    In 2017, she established the Kassidy Amano Freedman/Welsh Scholarship Fund on behalf of her beloved daughter Kassidy.  The scholarship is designed to help Boise State University students with meals, books, study travel abroad and other expenses to allow students to fully harvest this incredible University.

  • Tamara Thompson '92

    Treasurer

    Tamara Thompson graduated from Boise State University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management and a Minor in Business Administration.  Fun fact, Tamara was the fifth female to graduate with a Construction Management degree from Boise State University.

    Tamara is the Director of Client Services with The Land Group, Inc. in Eagle, Idaho.  Tamara has drawn from her background in construction management to aid clients in navigating the often complex and lengthy real estate development process.  She is involved in all aspects of real estate development including assisting clients with due diligence investigation, project definition and vision, regulatory agency approvals, zoning, platting, neighborhood and community outreach, public hearing representation and presentation, and general project management.  Tamara’s creativity and collaborative leadership style builds long lasting relationships and repeat clients.

    Tamara has served as a Board of Director for the Boise State Alumni Association since 2013.  She chairs the Homecoming Committee organizing alumni involvement in the festivities of Homecoming week.  She is a season ticket holder and regularly attend Boise State football and basketball games.

    Tamara lives in Boise with her husband, DJ (an Idaho Vandal Alum but Boise State fan) and their two active sons.  Tamara enjoys watching her boys compete in basketball and lacrosse, and camping with friends and family as many weekends as possible throughout the summer.

    Tamara Thompson graduated from Boise State University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management and a Minor in Business Administration.  Fun fact, Tamara was the fifth female to graduate with a Construction Management degree from Boise State University.

    Tamara is the Director of Client Services with The Land Group, Inc. in Eagle, Idaho.  Tamara has drawn from her background in construction management to aid clients in navigating the often complex and lengthy real estate development process.  She is involved in all aspects of real estate development including assisting clients with due diligence investigation, project definition and vision, regulatory agency approvals, zoning, platting, neighborhood and community outreach, public hearing representation and presentation, and general project management.  Tamara’s creativity and collaborative leadership style builds long lasting relationships and repeat clients.

    Tamara has served as a Board of Director for the Boise State Alumni Association since 2013.  She chairs the Homecoming Committee organizing alumni involvement in the festivities of Homecoming week.  She is a season ticket holder and regularly attend Boise State football and basketball games.

    Tamara lives in Boise with her husband, DJ (an Idaho Vandal Alum but Boise State fan) and their two active sons.  Tamara enjoys watching her boys compete in basketball and lacrosse, and camping with friends and family as many weekends as possible throughout the summer.

  • Rick Stacey, Alumni Association Board of Directors, Photo by Allison Corona

    Rick Stacey ’00

    Past President

    Rick Stacey is an attorney and founding member of the law firm of McConnell Wagner Sykes + Stacey, PLLC. He specializes in complex commercial litigation disputes with an emphasis on construction and real estate matters. Rick has obtained damage awards in bench trials, jury trials and arbitration on behalf of his clients totaling more than $45 million during the course of his career. His construction expertise has even taken him as far as China to testify as an expert on construction law.

    Rick received his Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, from Boise State University where he was nominated as a Top 10 Scholar, and his Juris Doctorate with certification in Environmental and Natural Resource Law from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law.

    Rick worked his way through his undergraduate studies in the construction industry. This project management experience gives him unique practical insight into the industry. Today, Rick maintains strong connections to his lifelong Boise home golfing, mountain biking and fly fishing. Rick particularly loves playing golf with his wife Aleja and their two daughters at Hillcrest Country Club, where he helps mentor the junior golf program and currently serves on its Board of Directors. Rick is an avid supporter of Boise State University. He serves on the Board of Directors for the alumni association and acts as its legal counsel providing pro-bono legal representation.

    Rick Stacey is an attorney and founding member of the law firm of McConnell Wagner Sykes + Stacey, PLLC. He specializes in complex commercial litigation disputes with an emphasis on construction and real estate matters. Rick has obtained damage awards in bench trials, jury trials and arbitration on behalf of his clients totaling more than $45 million during the course of his career. His construction expertise has even taken him as far as China to testify as an expert on construction law.

    Rick received his Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, from Boise State University where he was nominated as a Top 10 Scholar, and his Juris Doctorate with certification in Environmental and Natural Resource Law from the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law.

    Rick worked his way through his undergraduate studies in the construction industry. This project management experience gives him unique practical insight into the industry. Today, Rick maintains strong connections to his lifelong Boise home golfing, mountain biking and fly fishing. Rick particularly loves playing golf with his wife Aleja and their two daughters at Hillcrest Country Club, where he helps mentor the junior golf program and currently serves on its Board of Directors. Rick is an avid supporter of Boise State University. He serves on the Board of Directors for the alumni association and acts as its legal counsel providing pro-bono legal representation.

  • LeAnn Mohr '12

    Ad Hoc

    LeAnn Mohr is an 1982 graduate of Boise State University with a degree in Marketing.  While raising her three children, LeAnn choose to submerge her life in volunteerism.  She spent the last 3 decades helping in school, being a dedicated soccer/basketball/volleyball mom, and President of the Junior League of Boise.  She returned to Boise State and 2012 completed her Master’s in Public Administration.  During the legislative session, she works as an attaché for the Idaho Senate Education Committee.  In her spare time, LeAnn enjoys golfing, quilting, reading, and spending time with her three granddaughters, her husband, Bruce, and their two Westies.

    LeAnn Mohr is an 1982 graduate of Boise State University with a degree in Marketing.  While raising her three children, LeAnn choose to submerge her life in volunteerism.  She spent the last 3 decades helping in school, being a dedicated soccer/basketball/volleyball mom, and President of the Junior League of Boise.  She returned to Boise State and 2012 completed her Master’s in Public Administration.  During the legislative session, she works as an attaché for the Idaho Senate Education Committee.  In her spare time, LeAnn enjoys golfing, quilting, reading, and spending time with her three granddaughters, her husband, Bruce, and their two Westies.

  • Ebenezer Makinde '13, '15

    Ad Hoc

  • Abbie Belthoff '16

    President's Ad Hoc

    Abbie was born and raised in the Boise area and graduated from BSU in 2016 with a BBA in Accountancy. She currently works as an Audit Senior Associate at Eide Bailly LLP, a regional CPA and accounting firm. In her free time, she enjoys camping, hiking, and exploring Boise and the surrounding areas.

    Abbie was born and raised in the Boise area and graduated from BSU in 2016 with a BBA in Accountancy. She currently works as an Audit Senior Associate at Eide Bailly LLP, a regional CPA and accounting firm. In her free time, she enjoys camping, hiking, and exploring Boise and the surrounding areas.

Board Members

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    Crystal Bissell '94

    Member

    My drive as a student success coach for Boise State, comes from a passion to help people achieve their educational goals. I hale from a business management background with many years of healthcare management experience. As a proud Boise State alumna it is a pleasure to serve the Bronco Community.

    My drive as a student success coach for Boise State, comes from a passion to help people achieve their educational goals. I hale from a business management background with many years of healthcare management experience. As a proud Boise State alumna it is a pleasure to serve the Bronco Community.

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    Alicia Clapier '11

    Member

    Alicia (Allie) Clapier was born in Oxford, England but moved to Germany at a young age as part of her father’s British military service. She lived there for 18 years before making a huge life decision and decided to move to Idaho where her Grandparents reside to attend Boise State University, where she was a Communication Major from 2007 – 2011. She was immediately drawn to Boise State by its magnetic feel and culture she finds truly one of a kind. Her time as an undergraduate student was nothing short of wonderful and she cherishes the friendships she made and the valuable life lessons she learned. So much so, in fact, that she currently works for Boise State as a Regional Development Officer and is also studying to get her Masters degree in Educational Leadership in Higher Education. As a brand new board member, she is excited to learn more about Boise State from another angle.

    In her three professional years at Boise State, she has never had a day where she didn’t love what she does. Her role as a Regional Development Officer allows her to travel and meet Broncos from around the nation to help connect them back to Boise State in impactful ways. She is so excited to be an Alumni board member because she’s looking forward to being able to connect more people to the Alumni Association, and is excited to work especially on helping younger alumni join.

    Allie currently lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with her border collie, Woodrow, and roommate Geo (also on the board) and enjoys all the wonderful outdoor activities there. In her spare time, Allie enjoys reading, running, hiking, skiing, and spending time with friends and family (especially her three nieces).

    Alicia (Allie) Clapier was born in Oxford, England but moved to Germany at a young age as part of her father’s British military service. She lived there for 18 years before making a huge life decision and decided to move to Idaho where her Grandparents reside to attend Boise State University, where she was a Communication Major from 2007 – 2011. She was immediately drawn to Boise State by its magnetic feel and culture she finds truly one of a kind. Her time as an undergraduate student was nothing short of wonderful and she cherishes the friendships she made and the valuable life lessons she learned. So much so, in fact, that she currently works for Boise State as a Regional Development Officer and is also studying to get her Masters degree in Educational Leadership in Higher Education. As a brand new board member, she is excited to learn more about Boise State from another angle.

    In her three professional years at Boise State, she has never had a day where she didn’t love what she does. Her role as a Regional Development Officer allows her to travel and meet Broncos from around the nation to help connect them back to Boise State in impactful ways. She is so excited to be an Alumni board member because she’s looking forward to being able to connect more people to the Alumni Association, and is excited to work especially on helping younger alumni join.

    Allie currently lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with her border collie, Woodrow, and roommate Geo (also on the board) and enjoys all the wonderful outdoor activities there. In her spare time, Allie enjoys reading, running, hiking, skiing, and spending time with friends and family (especially her three nieces).

  • Curtis Cluff '92

    Member

    Curtis B. Cluff is a 52-year-old native of Boise, Idaho. He is the youngest of three siblings and attended Jefferson Elementary, South Junior High, Borah High School, and his graduating semester at Boise High Night School. Growing up on, “The Bench” meant that Ann Morrison and Julia Davis parks, as well as the BSU campus were just outside his back door and were regular destinations for biking and adventuring with his friends and siblings.
    Following high school, he took a job in Orofino, Idaho, managing a steak house and lounge. After a year in North Idaho, Curtis returned to Boise and began his career at Boise State. Paying his own way through BSU by pumping gas at a local service station, Curtis earned himself a Bachelor’s in Business Administration as an Entrepreneurial Management Major, graduating in December of 1992.
    His post-college career started as a Marketing Manager for a financial services company. After two years in that position, the drive to be self-employed was too strong to deny and he began the first of many business ventures including a surplus sporting goods brokerage, a bookkeeping company, a high-tech marketing firm in the ski industry and a real estate investing firm, just to name a few. Combined with various corporate positions in marketing, sales and real estate analysis, Curtis’ career has provided him a wide range of experience and expertise that spans over three decades, as well as a broad network of peers representing multiple industries.
    Four years ago, Curtis returned to his one true passion of real estate investing and is now a commercial real estate agent with the national firm of Marcus & Millichap. He is the multi-family team leader and self-storage specialist for the Boise office. He is currently working on his Broker’s License and is the senior agent in the Boise office where he was awarded the “Rookie of the Year” award in his first full year of brokerage and has also been the top selling agent in the Boise office. Throughout the entirety of his career, Curtis’ past successes have been based on his ability to see value in new opportunities and to nurture, grow and realize that value through efficient management and timely exit strategies.
    At the age of 30, Curtis was re-introduced to his childhood acquaintance and boyhood crush, Tannya Blackwood, also a Boise native and Boise State Alumnus. After an extended courtship, they were married and have stood beside and supported each other through 22 years of the ups and downs of business ventures, child raising, and life challenges. They have two children, Braden Blackwood, 23, and Chloe Cluff, 13. Curtis and Tannya enjoy spending their free time camping, fishing and skiing with their children. Tannya is an avid, “Crafter” and Curtis loves to restore and build classic cars.

    Curtis B. Cluff is a 52-year-old native of Boise, Idaho. He is the youngest of three siblings and attended Jefferson Elementary, South Junior High, Borah High School, and his graduating semester at Boise High Night School. Growing up on, “The Bench” meant that Ann Morrison and Julia Davis parks, as well as the BSU campus were just outside his back door and were regular destinations for biking and adventuring with his friends and siblings.
    Following high school, he took a job in Orofino, Idaho, managing a steak house and lounge. After a year in North Idaho, Curtis returned to Boise and began his career at Boise State. Paying his own way through BSU by pumping gas at a local service station, Curtis earned himself a Bachelor’s in Business Administration as an Entrepreneurial Management Major, graduating in December of 1992.
    His post-college career started as a Marketing Manager for a financial services company. After two years in that position, the drive to be self-employed was too strong to deny and he began the first of many business ventures including a surplus sporting goods brokerage, a bookkeeping company, a high-tech marketing firm in the ski industry and a real estate investing firm, just to name a few. Combined with various corporate positions in marketing, sales and real estate analysis, Curtis’ career has provided him a wide range of experience and expertise that spans over three decades, as well as a broad network of peers representing multiple industries.
    Four years ago, Curtis returned to his one true passion of real estate investing and is now a commercial real estate agent with the national firm of Marcus & Millichap. He is the multi-family team leader and self-storage specialist for the Boise office. He is currently working on his Broker’s License and is the senior agent in the Boise office where he was awarded the “Rookie of the Year” award in his first full year of brokerage and has also been the top selling agent in the Boise office. Throughout the entirety of his career, Curtis’ past successes have been based on his ability to see value in new opportunities and to nurture, grow and realize that value through efficient management and timely exit strategies.
    At the age of 30, Curtis was re-introduced to his childhood acquaintance and boyhood crush, Tannya Blackwood, also a Boise native and Boise State Alumnus. After an extended courtship, they were married and have stood beside and supported each other through 22 years of the ups and downs of business ventures, child raising, and life challenges. They have two children, Braden Blackwood, 23, and Chloe Cluff, 13. Curtis and Tannya enjoy spending their free time camping, fishing and skiing with their children. Tannya is an avid, “Crafter” and Curtis loves to restore and build classic cars.

  • Diana Echeverria, Alumni, board member, mobile studio portrait, photo by Allison Corona

    Diana Echeverria

    Member

    Diana received a BBA in Economics from Boise State University as well as a Masters of Art degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, emphasizing marketing and communication.

    She spent the earlier part of her career working for advertising, marketing and public relations agencies.  Wanting to expand her marketing experience, she later worked for a local corporation where she was responsible for marketing a number of energy efficiency programs; beginning with marketing research, writing marketing plans and working with designers and internal clients to ensure tactics were completed on time and on budget.  She is now the owner of Journey Marketing Communication located in Boise, Idaho.

    Diana is passionate about her Basque heritage and has served on the Board of Directors for the Basque Museum & Cultural Center.  She loves to read, spend time with her family (including two labs), work out and listen to music.

    Diana received a BBA in Economics from Boise State University as well as a Masters of Art degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, emphasizing marketing and communication.

    She spent the earlier part of her career working for advertising, marketing and public relations agencies.  Wanting to expand her marketing experience, she later worked for a local corporation where she was responsible for marketing a number of energy efficiency programs; beginning with marketing research, writing marketing plans and working with designers and internal clients to ensure tactics were completed on time and on budget.  She is now the owner of Journey Marketing Communication located in Boise, Idaho.

    Diana is passionate about her Basque heritage and has served on the Board of Directors for the Basque Museum & Cultural Center.  She loves to read, spend time with her family (including two labs), work out and listen to music.

  • Don Collins '03

    Don Collins has been with Wells Fargo for 16 years serving in a variety roles, lines of business, and overseeing a broad geography. Don currently leads a team of relationship managers, and business development officers who cultivate relationships with businesses generating up to $50 million in annual revenues across Southern Idaho, with offices in Boise, Twin Falls, Idaho Falls, and Pocatello. He has lead the Southern Idaho team since 2012, previously leading a team of agricultural lenders for Wells Fargo in Central Washington. Don earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Business Economics from Boise State University and earned his Master of Business Administration degree from Northwest Nazarene University. He is also a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School.
    As a dedicated community leader and active volunteer, Don currently serves on the Boise Public Schools Education Foundation board of trustees, and on the advisory council for the Assistance League of Boise. He also serves as the executive advisor for the Wells Fargo Idaho Chapter of the Veteran’s Team Member Network. Don has previously served on the Financial Services Advisory Board with the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce as well as the Yakima Schools Education Foundation. Service and volunteerism are core values to Don as he leads his team across Southern Idaho.
    Don, his wife Ann, and their two children reside in Meridian, Idaho. In their free time they enjoy travelling and time at their cabin in Central Idaho.

    Don Collins has been with Wells Fargo for 16 years serving in a variety roles, lines of business, and overseeing a broad geography. Don currently leads a team of relationship managers, and business development officers who cultivate relationships with businesses generating up to $50 million in annual revenues across Southern Idaho, with offices in Boise, Twin Falls, Idaho Falls, and Pocatello. He has lead the Southern Idaho team since 2012, previously leading a team of agricultural lenders for Wells Fargo in Central Washington. Don earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Business Economics from Boise State University and earned his Master of Business Administration degree from Northwest Nazarene University. He is also a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School.
    As a dedicated community leader and active volunteer, Don currently serves on the Boise Public Schools Education Foundation board of trustees, and on the advisory council for the Assistance League of Boise. He also serves as the executive advisor for the Wells Fargo Idaho Chapter of the Veteran’s Team Member Network. Don has previously served on the Financial Services Advisory Board with the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce as well as the Yakima Schools Education Foundation. Service and volunteerism are core values to Don as he leads his team across Southern Idaho.
    Don, his wife Ann, and their two children reside in Meridian, Idaho. In their free time they enjoy travelling and time at their cabin in Central Idaho.

  • Engberson-Geo

    Geo Engberson '09

    Member

    Geo graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Boise State University in 2009. Even with his experience in land development engineering and structural engineering obtained during college, he was not able to find an engineering job during the 2008 / 2009 economic recession.

    Geo ended up flipping burgers at Bogus for a season and then worked on a mine in Oregon for a season to make ends meet and save up to do something. In 2010 Geo went into business with a fellow engineering grad; they opened up a pizza restaurant in Salt Lake City. Since then Geo and his business partner have expanded with their former employees to open locations in other states.

    Geo returns to Boise often with his fiancé Allie (also on the board) to attend University events and visit friends and family. Mountain biking, dirt biking, and snowboarding are a few things that keep Geo out of trouble.

    Geo graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Boise State University in 2009. Even with his experience in land development engineering and structural engineering obtained during college, he was not able to find an engineering job during the 2008 / 2009 economic recession.

    Geo ended up flipping burgers at Bogus for a season and then worked on a mine in Oregon for a season to make ends meet and save up to do something. In 2010 Geo went into business with a fellow engineering grad; they opened up a pizza restaurant in Salt Lake City. Since then Geo and his business partner have expanded with their former employees to open locations in other states.

    Geo returns to Boise often with his fiancé Allie (also on the board) to attend University events and visit friends and family. Mountain biking, dirt biking, and snowboarding are a few things that keep Geo out of trouble.

  • Jana Estes '84

    Member

    Jana graduated from Boise State University in 1984 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and Special Education. She lives in Boise with her husband, Mike, and son, Jared. Jana was an elementary teacher for 30 years before pursuing an elementary mathematics endorsement, also at Boise State. This led her to her current position as a mathematics specialist with the Institute for Mathematical Thinking for Instruction at Boise State University. Jana works with K-5 teachers in their classrooms to improve math instruction, focuses on professional development and teaches several classes at the university.

    In her free time, Jana is found cooking, sewing, knitting and spending time outdoors. Her favorite thing to do is spend time at a family place in Donnelly. Jana also enjoys giving back to the community. She volunteers each year for the Saint Alphonsus Festival of Trees and Capital Classic children’s race. Jana joined the BSU Alumni board February, 2019 and serves on the Scholarship and Awards committee. She is looking forward to the many volunteer opportunities through her participation with the Boise State Alumni Association.

    Jana graduated from Boise State University in 1984 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and Special Education. She lives in Boise with her husband, Mike, and son, Jared. Jana was an elementary teacher for 30 years before pursuing an elementary mathematics endorsement, also at Boise State. This led her to her current position as a mathematics specialist with the Institute for Mathematical Thinking for Instruction at Boise State University. Jana works with K-5 teachers in their classrooms to improve math instruction, focuses on professional development and teaches several classes at the university.

    In her free time, Jana is found cooking, sewing, knitting and spending time outdoors. Her favorite thing to do is spend time at a family place in Donnelly. Jana also enjoys giving back to the community. She volunteers each year for the Saint Alphonsus Festival of Trees and Capital Classic children’s race. Jana joined the BSU Alumni board February, 2019 and serves on the Scholarship and Awards committee. She is looking forward to the many volunteer opportunities through her participation with the Boise State Alumni Association.

  • HannaLore Hein, Alumni, board member, mobile studio portrait, photo by Allison Corona

    HannaLore Hein ’15

    Member

    HannaLore Hein earned an M.A. in Applied Historical Research from Boise State University in May 2015. The focus of her graduate studies was the crossover between entrepreneurial and environmental history of the American West. The culmination of her studies was a public-facing project that used architectural history as a lens through which to explore the corporate histories of two legacy companies in Boise, Idaho and their role in creating a sense of place. While at Boise State University, HannaLore also participated as an inaugural member of the University’s Venture College, where she networked and developed real-world entrepreneurial and business skills. She also partook in a year-long internship with Stevens Historical Research Associates (SHRA) from 2013-2014.

    In the summer of 2019, HannaLore Hein became the fifth state historian at the Idaho State Historical Society, and the first woman to hold the job since it became a credentialed position in the 1950s. Prior to that she was a full-time Research Historian with SHRA after earning her degree. Her work involves conducting archival research across the country, drafting historical narrative and project reports, and fostering business relationships with new clients.

    In addition to her academic and professional achievements, HannaLore is involved with several local organizations. HannaLore has volunteered with Preservation Idaho and the Boise City Department of Arts and History. She is also an active member of The Junior League of Boise, an organization dedicated to promoting voluntarism and developing the potential of women. She greatly enjoys dancing Argentine Tango, and during her spare time, can be found in the kitchen, cooking up a storm.

    HannaLore has been a member of the Boise State Alumni Association Board of Directors since 2016, serving on the Orientation and Mentor Committee. She expresses her passion for and dedication to Boise State University through her service on the Board, and by partaking in many of the Board volunteer opportunities, including Grad Fairs, pancake breakfasts, and take-down for the Festival of Trees.

    HannaLore Hein earned an M.A. in Applied Historical Research from Boise State University in May 2015. The focus of her graduate studies was the crossover between entrepreneurial and environmental history of the American West. The culmination of her studies was a public-facing project that used architectural history as a lens through which to explore the corporate histories of two legacy companies in Boise, Idaho and their role in creating a sense of place. While at Boise State University, HannaLore also participated as an inaugural member of the University’s Venture College, where she networked and developed real-world entrepreneurial and business skills. She also partook in a year-long internship with Stevens Historical Research Associates (SHRA) from 2013-2014.

    In the summer of 2019, HannaLore Hein became the fifth state historian at the Idaho State Historical Society, and the first woman to hold the job since it became a credentialed position in the 1950s. Prior to that she was a full-time Research Historian with SHRA after earning her degree. Her work involves conducting archival research across the country, drafting historical narrative and project reports, and fostering business relationships with new clients.

    In addition to her academic and professional achievements, HannaLore is involved with several local organizations. HannaLore has volunteered with Preservation Idaho and the Boise City Department of Arts and History. She is also an active member of The Junior League of Boise, an organization dedicated to promoting voluntarism and developing the potential of women. She greatly enjoys dancing Argentine Tango, and during her spare time, can be found in the kitchen, cooking up a storm.

    HannaLore has been a member of the Boise State Alumni Association Board of Directors since 2016, serving on the Orientation and Mentor Committee. She expresses her passion for and dedication to Boise State University through her service on the Board, and by partaking in many of the Board volunteer opportunities, including Grad Fairs, pancake breakfasts, and take-down for the Festival of Trees.

  • Jim Hudson

    Jim Hudson '86

    Member

    James L. Hudson is currently serving on active duty in the United States Air Force and holds the rank of full Colonel.  He is currently the Commander of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC), Northwest Region which is head-quartered at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO.  The Region’s team of 215 cadre members supports approximately 2,800 enrolled AFROTC cadets at 34 university detachments across 19 states from Alaska to the upper peninsula of Michigan.

    Colonel Hudson graduated from Boise State University, Boise, Idaho in 1986 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication / English and minor in Journalism.  He received his Master of Public Relations degree in 1989 through Valdosta State University (VSU) in Valdosta, Georgia.  Also that year, he was recognized as a Distinguished Graduate of the AFROTC program and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the US Air Force.  Col Hudson also holds a Master of Science degree in National Security Strategy from the National Defense University / National War College, Ft. McNair, Washington, D.C.  Colonel also completed a focused Executive Leadership Development program at the Darden School of Business Administration, University of Virginia, Charlottesville.

    After a brief assignment in undergraduate pilot training, he was assigned to the Aerospace Audio Visual Service as a producer, director and project officer.  Credentialed as a federal Special Agent in the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI) in 1993, Colonel Hudson conducted and supervised felony-level criminal, fraud, and counterintelligence investigations and operations; served as an instructor and director of the basic special investigations course, and director of training at the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI) Academy.  Additionally, he served as the Personal Security Advisor to the Secretary of the Air Force, the executive officer to the OSI commander, Director of joint counterintelligence and human intelligence operations in a forward deployed area; commanded two OSI Detachments and two OSI Regions responsible for all OSI forces in Europe, Africa, South America and the Middle East.

    Prior to his current AFROTC assignment, Colonel Hudson served as the Director of Special Investigations in the Office of the Air Force Inspector General at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. He was responsible to the Secretary and Inspector General of the Air Force for integrated policies, plans, programs, and budgets for criminal investigations, counterintelligence, specialized investigative operations, protective services, special security programs, and integrated force protection activities within the Air Force, its sister Services, the Department of Defense, and with national-level partners. In addition, he represented and advocated for the Secretary, Inspector General, the Commander of OSI, and the Executive Director of the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3) across the full spectrum of their functions with such diverse activities as the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Intelligence Community, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Joint Staff, the combatant commands, and the Secretariats and Staffs of the U.S. military services.

    EDUCATION

    1986 Bachelor of Arts, Communication/English with a minor in Journalism, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho

    1989 Master of Public Administration, Valdosta State University, Valdosta, Ga.

    2009 Master of National Security Strategy, National War College, Fort McNair, Washington, D.C.

    2012 Executive Program, Darden School of Business Administration, University of Virginia, Charlottesville

    MILITARY AWARDS AND DECORATIONS

    Legion of Merit with two oak leaf clusters

    Defense Meritorious Service Medal

    Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters

    Air Force Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster

    Air Force Achievement Medal with one oak leaf cluster

    James L. Hudson is currently serving on active duty in the United States Air Force and holds the rank of full Colonel.  He is currently the Commander of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC), Northwest Region which is head-quartered at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO.  The Region’s team of 215 cadre members supports approximately 2,800 enrolled AFROTC cadets at 34 university detachments across 19 states from Alaska to the upper peninsula of Michigan.

    Colonel Hudson graduated from Boise State University, Boise, Idaho in 1986 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication / English and minor in Journalism.  He received his Master of Public Relations degree in 1989 through Valdosta State University (VSU) in Valdosta, Georgia.  Also that year, he was recognized as a Distinguished Graduate of the AFROTC program and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the US Air Force.  Col Hudson also holds a Master of Science degree in National Security Strategy from the National Defense University / National War College, Ft. McNair, Washington, D.C.  Colonel also completed a focused Executive Leadership Development program at the Darden School of Business Administration, University of Virginia, Charlottesville.

    After a brief assignment in undergraduate pilot training, he was assigned to the Aerospace Audio Visual Service as a producer, director and project officer.  Credentialed as a federal Special Agent in the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI) in 1993, Colonel Hudson conducted and supervised felony-level criminal, fraud, and counterintelligence investigations and operations; served as an instructor and director of the basic special investigations course, and director of training at the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI) Academy.  Additionally, he served as the Personal Security Advisor to the Secretary of the Air Force, the executive officer to the OSI commander, Director of joint counterintelligence and human intelligence operations in a forward deployed area; commanded two OSI Detachments and two OSI Regions responsible for all OSI forces in Europe, Africa, South America and the Middle East.

    Prior to his current AFROTC assignment, Colonel Hudson served as the Director of Special Investigations in the Office of the Air Force Inspector General at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. He was responsible to the Secretary and Inspector General of the Air Force for integrated policies, plans, programs, and budgets for criminal investigations, counterintelligence, specialized investigative operations, protective services, special security programs, and integrated force protection activities within the Air Force, its sister Services, the Department of Defense, and with national-level partners. In addition, he represented and advocated for the Secretary, Inspector General, the Commander of OSI, and the Executive Director of the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3) across the full spectrum of their functions with such diverse activities as the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Intelligence Community, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Joint Staff, the combatant commands, and the Secretariats and Staffs of the U.S. military services.

    EDUCATION

    1986 Bachelor of Arts, Communication/English with a minor in Journalism, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho

    1989 Master of Public Administration, Valdosta State University, Valdosta, Ga.

    2009 Master of National Security Strategy, National War College, Fort McNair, Washington, D.C.

    2012 Executive Program, Darden School of Business Administration, University of Virginia, Charlottesville

    MILITARY AWARDS AND DECORATIONS

    Legion of Merit with two oak leaf clusters

    Defense Meritorious Service Medal

    Meritorious Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters

    Air Force Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster

    Air Force Achievement Medal with one oak leaf cluster

  • Justin Jantz '03

    I was born and raised in the Boise area graduating from Kuna High School. I followed that up with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Boise State University in ’03 and earned a Master of Science in Sport Administration from University of Northern Colorado in ’07.

    In addition to my role with the Boise State Alumni Board, I’m active in the community, volunteering with a number of organizations primarily focused on education.

    I work in the financial services industry as a commercial banker with Bank of America. I help people navigate the complexities of the banking industry.

    I currently reside in Meridian with my wife of 15 years, Harmony, and our daughter Adelaide (6) and son August (1).

    Most of my free time is spent with my family, but in my other free time I like to read, watch documentaries, workout, snowbike, and get outdoors as much as possible.

    I was born and raised in the Boise area graduating from Kuna High School. I followed that up with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Boise State University in ’03 and earned a Master of Science in Sport Administration from University of Northern Colorado in ’07.

    In addition to my role with the Boise State Alumni Board, I’m active in the community, volunteering with a number of organizations primarily focused on education.

    I work in the financial services industry as a commercial banker with Bank of America. I help people navigate the complexities of the banking industry.

    I currently reside in Meridian with my wife of 15 years, Harmony, and our daughter Adelaide (6) and son August (1).

    Most of my free time is spent with my family, but in my other free time I like to read, watch documentaries, workout, snowbike, and get outdoors as much as possible.

  • Stephen Johnson ’72

    Stephen Johnson ’72

    Member

    Stephen Charles Johnson – Curriculum Vitae

    1. B.S.  Boise State University, 1972. Major in Biology, Minors History and Literature.
    2. M.S. Idaho State University, 1974. Research in Microbiology with emphasis in Virology & Genetics.
    3. Research Assistant in Genetics Barnes Hospital at Washington University in St. Louis, MO 1975-1977.
    4. Attended medical school at the University of Health Sciences in Kansas City, MO 1977-1981.
    5. Following post graduate training, practiced medicine in Southeast Idaho in Malad for 29 years.
    6. Moved to Southwest Idaho and practiced in the St. Lukes Hospital system for 10 years primarily in Mountain Home, ID.
    7. Retired from active practice December 31, 2020.

    Certification:

    1. Board Certified in Family Medicine.
    2. Fellow in the American Academy of Family Physicians.
    3. Certificate of Added Qualification in Geriatrics.

    Awards:

    1.  US Public Health Service Award for continued service in rural practice in 1992.
    2.  Family Physician of the Year for the state of Idaho in 2005.
    3.  Named to list of Top 5 Family Physicians in the United States in 2006.

    Personal History:

    Married to Sherrie 37 years, 3 daughters, 5 grandchildren. Retired to the family farm in Southeast Idaho. Active in hunting, fishing, and travel. 

    Stephen Charles Johnson – Curriculum Vitae

    1. B.S.  Boise State University, 1972. Major in Biology, Minors History and Literature.
    2. M.S. Idaho State University, 1974. Research in Microbiology with emphasis in Virology & Genetics.
    3. Research Assistant in Genetics Barnes Hospital at Washington University in St. Louis, MO 1975-1977.
    4. Attended medical school at the University of Health Sciences in Kansas City, MO 1977-1981.
    5. Following post graduate training, practiced medicine in Southeast Idaho in Malad for 29 years.
    6. Moved to Southwest Idaho and practiced in the St. Lukes Hospital system for 10 years primarily in Mountain Home, ID.
    7. Retired from active practice December 31, 2020.

    Certification:

    1. Board Certified in Family Medicine.
    2. Fellow in the American Academy of Family Physicians.
    3. Certificate of Added Qualification in Geriatrics.

    Awards:

    1.  US Public Health Service Award for continued service in rural practice in 1992.
    2.  Family Physician of the Year for the state of Idaho in 2005.
    3.  Named to list of Top 5 Family Physicians in the United States in 2006.

    Personal History:

    Married to Sherrie 37 years, 3 daughters, 5 grandchildren. Retired to the family farm in Southeast Idaho. Active in hunting, fishing, and travel. 

  • Danny Popadics

    Danny Popadics '10, '15

    Member

    Danny Popadics is a CPA at Little-Morris LLP specializing in tax planning and compliance for closely held businesses and high net-worth individuals.  Danny enjoys attending and watching all of Boise State sports and is eager to contribute to an organization that supports a university that means so much to him, his family, and the community.

    Danny Popadics is a CPA at Little-Morris LLP specializing in tax planning and compliance for closely held businesses and high net-worth individuals.  Danny enjoys attending and watching all of Boise State sports and is eager to contribute to an organization that supports a university that means so much to him, his family, and the community.

  • Matthew Reiber '18, '19

    My name is Matthew Reiber and I am currently 24 years old and working in Governor Little’s Office. As a budget analyst for Governor Little, I help design his recommended budget for the agencies and present it to the legislature each year, working in the priorities and goals of our administration; this is my first session in this role and fourth session in the legislature. In my spare time, I enjoy going out to the shooting range or working on a new car project with my friends. I graduated from Boise State in 2018 with my undergraduate in Political Science and in 2019 with my masters in political science and am excited to start working with the alumni board and connecting us to the state legislature.

    My name is Matthew Reiber and I am currently 24 years old and working in Governor Little’s Office. As a budget analyst for Governor Little, I help design his recommended budget for the agencies and present it to the legislature each year, working in the priorities and goals of our administration; this is my first session in this role and fourth session in the legislature. In my spare time, I enjoy going out to the shooting range or working on a new car project with my friends. I graduated from Boise State in 2018 with my undergraduate in Political Science and in 2019 with my masters in political science and am excited to start working with the alumni board and connecting us to the state legislature.

  • Portrait of Galen Schuler, Alumni Association Board Member, Allison Corona photo.

    Galen Schuler ’85

    Member

    Family and Education

    Galen grew up in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, graduating from Coeur d’Alene High School in 1981.  After attending a year at North Idaho College, he transferred to Boise State University, where he graduated with a BA in Political Science in 1985.

    Next, Galen attended graduate school at the University of Minnesota where he earned a Masters of Arts in Public Affairs with an emphasis on economic development.  When he graduated in 1987, the State of Idaho had a newly created Department of Commerce, and Galen joined the Department as a Rural Development Specialist. During his three years as a public servant, Galen created Idaho’s Gem Community Program.

    In 1990, Galen moved from Boise to Seattle to attend graduate school and law school at the University of Washington.  He completed coursework for a Ph.D. in Geography (ABD) and then completed law school in 1995.  During law school, Galen married his classmate, Miyoung.  Following law school, they moved to Bainbridge Island, Washington, and raised three sons, Peter, Jackson, and Thomas.  Peter and Jack are both students at Boise State and Thomas is a junior in high school.  Miyoung put aside the practice of law and is now an Emergency Room Registered Nurse at Harrison Hospital in Bremerton, Washington.

    Career

    Galen is the Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Affairs for Green Diamond Resource Company, which owns and manages over 1.3 million acres of working forest lands in California, Oregon, and Washington.  Green Diamond is a part of a privately-held, family-owned company established in 1890.  Green Diamond Management Company, a subsidiary, manages another 500,000 acres in six southern states.

    Galen serves as a member of the Operating Committee for the National Association of Forest Owners, and he is a member of the legal committees for the California Forestry Association, the Oregon Forest & Industries Council, and the Washington Forest Protection Association.  Galen has authored articles and papers on topics such as the Endangered Species Act, private access across federal lands, and rural development.

    Before he joined Green Diamond in 2004, he was a partner in the Environment and Natural Resources Practice Group of Perkins Coie LLP, where he provided legal advice and litigation services to a variety of clients including forest products companies, agricultural interests, the building industry, and public works agencies.

    Other Interests

    In addition to serving on the Board of the Boise State University Alumni Association, Galen is a council member for Port Madison Lutheran Church and a trustee for Martha & Mary, a nonprofit corporation that has been providing care for children, disabled adults, and seniors for more than a century.

    Galen enjoys the first cup of coffee in the morning, riding dirt bikes with his boys and reading next to the wood stove with snoring Boston terriers.

    Family and Education

    Galen grew up in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, graduating from Coeur d’Alene High School in 1981.  After attending a year at North Idaho College, he transferred to Boise State University, where he graduated with a BA in Political Science in 1985.

    Next, Galen attended graduate school at the University of Minnesota where he earned a Masters of Arts in Public Affairs with an emphasis on economic development.  When he graduated in 1987, the State of Idaho had a newly created Department of Commerce, and Galen joined the Department as a Rural Development Specialist. During his three years as a public servant, Galen created Idaho’s Gem Community Program.

    In 1990, Galen moved from Boise to Seattle to attend graduate school and law school at the University of Washington.  He completed coursework for a Ph.D. in Geography (ABD) and then completed law school in 1995.  During law school, Galen married his classmate, Miyoung.  Following law school, they moved to Bainbridge Island, Washington, and raised three sons, Peter, Jackson, and Thomas.  Peter and Jack are both students at Boise State and Thomas is a junior in high school.  Miyoung put aside the practice of law and is now an Emergency Room Registered Nurse at Harrison Hospital in Bremerton, Washington.

    Career

    Galen is the Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Affairs for Green Diamond Resource Company, which owns and manages over 1.3 million acres of working forest lands in California, Oregon, and Washington.  Green Diamond is a part of a privately-held, family-owned company established in 1890.  Green Diamond Management Company, a subsidiary, manages another 500,000 acres in six southern states.

    Galen serves as a member of the Operating Committee for the National Association of Forest Owners, and he is a member of the legal committees for the California Forestry Association, the Oregon Forest & Industries Council, and the Washington Forest Protection Association.  Galen has authored articles and papers on topics such as the Endangered Species Act, private access across federal lands, and rural development.

    Before he joined Green Diamond in 2004, he was a partner in the Environment and Natural Resources Practice Group of Perkins Coie LLP, where he provided legal advice and litigation services to a variety of clients including forest products companies, agricultural interests, the building industry, and public works agencies.

    Other Interests

    In addition to serving on the Board of the Boise State University Alumni Association, Galen is a council member for Port Madison Lutheran Church and a trustee for Martha & Mary, a nonprofit corporation that has been providing care for children, disabled adults, and seniors for more than a century.

    Galen enjoys the first cup of coffee in the morning, riding dirt bikes with his boys and reading next to the wood stove with snoring Boston terriers.

  • Bryan Wewers '84

    Member

    Bryan Wewers is an Idaho native and 1984, Business Management graduate of Boise State University.  He has worked for Idaho Power for over 35 years and is currently a Business and Community Development Advisor in the Boise, Ada County, Gem County and Boise County areas.

    As an active community volunteer, Bryan is a board member for St. Luke’s Children’s Advisory Board; a commissioner for Serve Idaho (the governor’s commission on service and volunteerism); a charter member and past president of the Boise Centennial Rotary; and volunteers with various other community organizations.

    Bryan is married to Bridgette Wewers, a Boise State graduate. Together they have two adult children; Joe, a Boise State graduate; and Ally (Daniels) an MBA graduate from Boise State and Director for BSU’s JD/MBA program. He loves to spend time with his family, skiing, biking, tennis, and traveling with Bridgette.

    One of Bryan’s favorite memories is attending and watching BSU win at the 2007 Fiesta Bowl.

    Bryan Wewers is an Idaho native and 1984, Business Management graduate of Boise State University.  He has worked for Idaho Power for over 35 years and is currently a Business and Community Development Advisor in the Boise, Ada County, Gem County and Boise County areas.

    As an active community volunteer, Bryan is a board member for St. Luke’s Children’s Advisory Board; a commissioner for Serve Idaho (the governor’s commission on service and volunteerism); a charter member and past president of the Boise Centennial Rotary; and volunteers with various other community organizations.

    Bryan is married to Bridgette Wewers, a Boise State graduate. Together they have two adult children; Joe, a Boise State graduate; and Ally (Daniels) an MBA graduate from Boise State and Director for BSU’s JD/MBA program. He loves to spend time with his family, skiing, biking, tennis, and traveling with Bridgette.

    One of Bryan’s favorite memories is attending and watching BSU win at the 2007 Fiesta Bowl.

  • Molly Zimmer '17

Honorary Board Members

  • Bronco Athletic Association: Mike Keller
  • Boise State University Foundation: Paul Powell
  • Construction Management Chapter: Tucker Robb ’11
  • Intercollegiate Knights Alumni Chapter: Art Lee ’86
  • Past Alumni Leaders Chapter: Pamm Juker ’80, ’08
  • Puget Sound Alumni Chapter: Bryon Vlok ’15
  • Rose City Broncos Chapter: Adriel Sheridan ’06
  • Fiesta Chapter: Jan Bryant ’08
  • Honors College Chapter: Mark Gehrke ’11
  • Latino Alumni Chapter: Ro Parker ’91
  • College of Engineering Chapter: Jeff Ward ’03
  • Black Alumni Chapter: Blaze! Bordeaux ’18
  • College of Business Alumni Chapter: Rod Gould ’92
  • Talkin’ Broncos Alumni Chapter: Ben Larsen ’09
  • ASBSU President: TBA