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Knopf retires after 15 years at Boise State

Nancy Knopf, supplier management specialist in Procurement and Vendor Services, is retiring after serving Boise State for over 15 years. During this she has been a key contributor and the subject matter expert for the university’s supplier onboarding process.

Knopf was directly involved in many projects including the system integration of PaymentWorks to Bronco Hub, the transition of foreign vendor processes, providing input on supplier responsibility requirements, Bronco Hub quarterly testing, alignment and connection to tax reporting approvals via supplier onboarding, providing quarterly supplier metrics and the implementation of Jaggaer’s ePro objective.

“I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know and work with Nancy over the past three years,” said Eric Knothe, director of Procurement and Vendor Services. “Nancy’s dedication, experience and attention to detail will certainly be missed. I will never forget Nancy’s regular update during P2P’s Thursday stand up meetings starting with ‘Happy Friday Eve’. Best wishes to Nancy in her next chapter.”

Knopf is known by colleagues as being committed to Boise State’s campus community. She is also passionate about the values of diversity, equity and inclusion and attends the Blue Sky Institute’s DEI summit annually.

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“It has been an incredible journey working alongside Nancy as a dedicated teammate for five years and previously as one of her valued customers for nearly a decade before. Nancy’s fastidious nature, thoughtful approach and remarkable partnership have left an indelible mark on Boise State’s collaborative efforts. Beyond her professional prowess, Nancy’s delightful sense of humor has added a special spark to the workplace, making every interaction a memorable and enjoyable experience. As you embark on this new chapter, may your days be filled with relaxation, adventure and the joy you’ve brought to all of us throughout the years. Congratulations on your well-deserved retirement, Nancy!” – Alicia Dillon, former controller and director of Procurement and Vendor Services