Worked for the City of Kent, WA for 35 years. 33 years in the traffic division. Started the traffic control construction plans for the city. Taught flagging certification beginning in 1986. Was a traffic control manager in the State of Washington. Retired in 2002 from the city and started teaching flagging at CSI in 2004.
CSP, STS, AAS
Safety Training Director URS Corporation
Rick is the Safety Training Director for URS Corporation. He holds an A.A.S. in Occupational Safety and Health from Trinidad State Junior College. Mr. Callor has been a Safety and Health Professional for the past 33 years in Mining, Construction and the Environmental Restoration Businesses. He obtained the Safety Trained Supervisor in Construction in 1999 and has since obtained his CSP Certification from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. Mr. Callor is also an authorized Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Instructor and an Instructor Trainer in all aspects of mining with the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA). Mr. Callor was elected as President of the Board of Directors of The Council on Certification of Health, Environmental and Safety Technologists (CCHEST) for 2009 after serving on the Board for 6 years. He resides in Eagle, Idaho.
Operation Lifesaver was started in1972 in Idaho. The program is dedicated to reducing trespass & grade crossing incidents through an education, engineering, and enforcement program. It has been very effective in doing this. The incident rate has dropped from 66 incidents in 1991 to 10 in 2012. I have been involved in the program for twenty 29 years.
Gary is the Trade and Industry Coordinator for the College of Southern Idaho. He holds a dual emphasis Bachelor’s Degree in Corporate and Vocational Education and a Master’s in Human Resource Training and Development. Gary has taught industry training for the past 13 years.
Safety Compliance Officer
I have worked in the construction and maintenance fields throughout my 34 year career of federal service. During this time, I’ve worked for seven different agencies throughout the west and on the east coast with 12 years in and around the NYC area. I have worked in and/or supervised the majority of the various construction and maintenance trades. After many years as a field supervisor, I eventually moved into project development and management of multi-million dollar federal construction projects. The project management included the collateral duty of safety enforcement on the various projects. I eventually became a department head and a construction project administrator at a federal facility in NYC. In 1999, I transferred to OSHA as a senior Compliance Officer and spent 5 years working in the Parsippany Area Office in New Jersey. I transferred to the Boise Area Office in 2004 as a senior Compliance Officer. In the 10 years I have been with OSHA, I have completed hundreds of inspections with an emphasis on construction safety. My specialties/areas of expertise are excavations, steel erection, roadway work zones/traffic control, scaffolds, fall protection and construction equipment. I have completed a variety of pre/post OSHA safety and health courses as well as having trained/instructed for the same. Prior to working for OSHA, I was a designated Competent Person for excavations, scaffolds and fall protection. I have also initiated and/or performed a variety of safety outreach, compliance and technical assistance activities including OSHA partnership efforts in New Jersey and Idaho.
Construction/Industrial Sales Manager - MSA - September 2007 – Present Mine Safety Appliances, Pittsburgh, PA - ($1 billion in annual sales) Construction/Industrial Sales Manager, March 2011 - Present Grow MSA’s market share in the construction market in the state of California with primary focus on the greater Los Angeles market Support, drive and monitor key construction market opportunities with the Territory Sales Managers Communicate opportunities to key channel partners, Territory Sales Managers and the Industrial and Construction Business Development Regional Managers Provide support and training for these stake holders by using tools such as evaluations, web casting, joint sales calls, MSA meeting presentations and reach out calls Track opportunities, manage expenses, manage construction distribution and execute the NASO action plan Retail Sales Manager / Store Support Specialist, September 2007 - Present Sale of portable gas monitors, fall protection, and consumer packaged safety products to major retail accounts Manage 1000+ retail division brick and mortar stores generating revenues exceeding $30 million Train numerous retail sales associates on MSA products Merchandise 900+ Home Depot accounts across the Conduct market research to determine buying trends of distributor and end users Increase sales through detailed presentations in retail, portable instruments, and NFL licensed products Participate in trade shows and marketing clinics to increase awareness and sales.
Jason currently works as an operations engineer for the Idaho Division of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in Boise, Idaho. He obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from Montana State University. He is a registered professional engineer in the states of Idaho and Montana. Over his 35 year career, Jason has been extensively involved with designing, constructing and the maintenance of sidewalks and curb ramps. This experience was gained while working for the Montana Department of Transportation, a Montana consulting engineer, and the FHWA.
I have been with Idaho Power 33years. The last half of my career has been as a safety professional.
Mark has over 30 years of Industrial Hygiene, Safety, and Environmental experience in a variety of industries, including ten years in the wood products industry while working at Boise Cascade and in a consultation role. Mark graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental-Occupational Health from California State University, Northridge, and earned a Master’s degree in Industrial Hygiene from USC, while on a National Institute of Safety & Health fellowship. Also, he earned a Green Belt Certificate in Six Sigma, from Villanova. Mark is also a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), and is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. As a former OSHA enforcement officer and OSHA consultation representative, Mark has unusual insight and experience helping a variety of industries to resolve difficult issues, including oil & chemical manufacturing, hazardous waste, wood products, pulp & paper, and healthcare. Major areas of management experience includes disaster preparedness, safety & health auditing, accident investigation, and managing EPA, OSHA & DOT compliance. Most of Mark’s career has been in the private sector, with substantial experience in serving multi-site locations.
Cecil has a Bachelor’s Degree from Auburn University. He has worked for OSHA for 5.5 years and has an extensive background in the health care field. As a Health Compliance Officer for OSHA he conducts both health and safety inspections. Cecil is one of three compliance officers that have been trained in and conduct PSM related inspections.
Idaho Industrial Commission
As a native of the Magic Valley, I have a great understanding of its unique qualities. I graduated from Twin Falls High School and have a Bachelor Degree in Management from LCSC. I worked for 10 years with the Idaho Department of Labor. From this employment experience I developed skills in placement of workers and expertise in unemployment tax law. l I have worked for the Idaho Industrial Commission for 14 years as an Office Supervisor and Rehabilitation Consultant. I have completed 1,000 on site job evaluations to assist doctors, employers and injured workers in return to work. I have helped return over 700 workers to work with their time of injury employers and have provided vocational counseling to 800 workers.
Idaho Industrial Commission
Geri has been an investigator for the Idaho Industrial Commission for a little over nine years and has an assigned territory that covers eleven counties in Central and Southern Idaho. Her back ground includes sixteen years in law enforcement, eight years in retail management and sales, five years as an office manager in the private sector in medical and agricultural field, four years in the automotive repair industry and one year in the manufacturing community. In addition to the full time positions, she has also worked in the airline industry, jewelry trade and food service industry, all of which has given her great insight to the different labor industries.
Worked for Western States Equipment 14+ years. Worked for The CAT Rental Store for 5+ years. Certified to teach safety classes for Genie Aerial Platforms and CAT warehouse and reach forklifts.
Bruce is the Training and Research Manager for the Idaho Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) also called the Idaho Technology Transfer Center or T2 Center, which provides training and technical support to the 286 Local Highway Jurisdictions in Idaho. He came to this position from the Idaho Transportation Department in 2000. Bruce is currently certified to teach ATSSA Flagging, Traffic Control Technician courses, FHWA’s Traffic Safety Review, Road Safety Fundamentals and Road Safety Audits. In this position, Bruce delivers about 40 classes a year in the field of work zone traffic control, math, survey, Retroreflectivity and other courses.
Assistant Professor of Manufacturing Technology for the College of Southern Idaho
Steve is a University of Idaho extension educator for Twin Falls County. His primary areas of work are crop production and pesticide safety education.
Regulatory and Environmental Manager
Susie Vader is a Regulatory and Environmental Manager with 33 years’ experience developing and managing environmental, safety, and health programs; providing regulatory compliance support in the waste management, environmental, and power industries; and developing courses and training for URS and its legacy companies. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education and is certified under OSHA HAZWOPER, and as a DOT Hazardous Materials Transportation Shipper, IATA Dangerous Goods Shipper, and Safety Trained Supervisor.
Lori is the Safety and Security Manager for the McCain Foods, Burley facility, a position she has held since 2008. McCain Foods with over 60 facilities worldwide and over 20,000 employees is one of the largest food service and retail manufactures of frozen potato products and appetizers in the world. Lori has an extensive background in the food processing industry with over 30 years of experience. Starting out on the shop floor as a QC grader and lead person, she was promoted to a management position as a production supervisor, later serving as a Sanitation Supervisor and Corporate Quality Manager. Lori has an Associate’s degree in General Business from CSI , a Bachelor’s Degree in Corporate Training from ISU, and an Advanced Safety Certificate from the National Safety Council. Lori has also completed the OSHA 10 hour and OSHA 30 hour course in General Industry.
ITD - Dist. 4 Randy came from a farming/ranching background. He Graduated from Gooding High school in 1981 and from the College of Southern Idaho in 1982, from the Diesel mechanic program. He worked for several farm implement dealerships in the Magic Valley before starting a career at ITD in 1989. He spent 5 years as a mechanic for ITD before transferring into construction inspection. In 2005 he received a promotion to the District 4 Safety Coordinator. In 2008 he became an instructor for the OSHA 10 hour construction classes and has really enjoyed the experience, "I learn something new every time I conduct a class".
American Heart Assoc. Certified Trainers, ASHI Training Center
CPR/First Aid/AED & BLS Courses
Safety Consulting, Auditing, and Management
First Aid Supplies & Services
Locally Owned and Operated
MMC(SS) USN (Ret.)
Eric is serving his fourth year as Co-Chair of the Idaho Association of General Contractors (AGC) Safety Committee, and works as the Risk Management and Employee Wellness Consultant for Premier Insurance. After retiring from the naval service in 2006 aboard USS Boise where he served as a Reactor Safety Supervisor, he returned home to Boise to work as safety and training director at a construction equipment rental company. Eric has been an advocate and speaker on the dangers of distracted driving since 2009, frequently giving school assemblies throughout southern Idaho to promote safety among our youthful drivers.
Cedar Springs Associates, Inc., an Idaho Corporation, was founded in 1993 by Sue Gee-Barney. Sue has performed MOCK DOT auditing, compliance consulting and training for trucking companies since 1995. She performed MOCK DOT & OSHA Audits for Insurance Carriers in Idaho and Utah from 1997-1999. She has provided instruction for DOT Compliance and Audit Ready Seminars and Supervisor’s Reasonable Suspicion Testing training since 1995.
Sue is the author and instructor for:
She is a Trainer for:
CSA provides businesses with services, for “Workplace Issues” and “Substance Abuse in the Workplace Issues”.
Cedar Springs Associates, Inc. is very confident we have the resources to fulfill the mandates of your company to comply with the Omnibus Testing Act of 1991 and DOT compliance help.
Director of Loss Prevention (Commercial Lines)
Payne Financial Group Inc.
Bill heads up the Loss Prevention Department for Payne Financial Group Inc. Bill’s department works with risk management services across all industry lines; under OSHA, MSHA DEQ, EPA, DOT and JCAHO regulatory standards. His client territory “footprint” extends throughout the Northwest, California, Wyoming, Illinois, Wisconsin and Ohio.
Bill started off his career in safety and loss prevention with the California Department of Corrections and has lent his expertise with DHH Investments, Scott Wetzel Services and TPM Resource Solutions.
Bill and his wife of more than 30 years (she’s also in the insurance industry) have one son, who started his law enforcement career with the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agency. For fun outside work, Bill enjoys reading science and medical journals, spending time with his wife and son (especially on the Oregon coast), and teaching kids Judo. Bill was internationally ranked with the International Judo Federation during his competitive years.
- An insurance professional since 1984
- Bachelor of Science in Social Psychology and MSW from San Jose State University; Ph.D. from the University of California-Davis in accident/injury pathology
- Construction Risk Insurance Specialist (CRIS)
- Member, past president American Society of Safety Engineers
- Past Board member of the Washington State Hospital Association
- Member, Washington Self-Insured Association
- Past member of the Washington State Governor’s Safety Advisory Panel
- Past panel member, American National Standards Institute, as a consultant for regulatory standards promulgation
- Member, American Correctional Association
- Judo teacher and coach
Vice-President of Sales
Boise Rigging Supply
Mike has worked in the Rigging and fall protection industry for 20 years
2009-To Present: Boise Rigging Supply, Vice-President of Sales: Mike currently holds the position of Vice-President of Sales and is responsible for sales and marketing, product application training, and product specification. Mike works closely with OHSA, The Idaho AGC, safety directors, engineers and end users from companies in Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Utah and Nevada.
2002-2009: Alloway Electric Company, Vice-President: As Vice-President, Mike ran operations and was the Safety Director, overseeing the company’s rigging and fall protection program.
1992-2002: Boise Rigging Supply, Sales and Customer Service: Mike has worked closely with companies such as H.J. Heinz’s, Micron, Simplot and Amalgamated Sugar, to provide rigging and fall protection products for custom applications as well as assisting thousands of other clients with rigging for construction and industrial projects.
MPT, Partner, Center for Physical Rehabilitation (CPR)
Tracy received her Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado Denver in 1996. She joined the Center for Physical Rehabilitation in 2000, and became a partner in 2008. In addition to a busy orthopedic case load, she is responsible for CPR’s Occupational health programs. She is certified with WorkWell, an internationally recognized company that provides work injury solutions to industries, and is a certified Idaho worker’s compensation specialist. She is responsible for CPR’s ergonomic and work injury prevention programs, and provides numerous services and consults with local industry regarding these programs. Additionally, she provides a complement of services including functional capacity evaluations, post-offer screens, functional job descriptions, work risk analyses, and return to work programs.
Tracy can be contacted at CPR at (208) 734-5313 or at email@example.com
HARRY J. BEAULIEU
Dr. Beaulieu is the President of Industrial Hygiene Resources (IHR), with headquarters in Boise, Idaho. Dr. Beaulieu was awarded the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA®) recognition as a Fellow in 2011. He is the past Treasurer (officer) and member of the board of directors of AIHA® with his 3-year term ended in June, 2012, (AIHA; 5/2009-5/2012 and 5/2004-5/2007), a past Director of the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH; 1997-2003), and a Diplomat with the American Academy of Industrial Hygiene (AAIH). He was also a past Chairman (1999-2000) and member (1997-2001) of the Joint Committee on Ethics and Education (ABIH, AIHA, ACGIH, and AAIH). He presented the AIHA® Value Strategy to the 2011 NASA Occupational Health meeting in Albuquerque, NM. He was presented the President’s Award from the Teton Local Section of AIHA® in 2009.
Dr. Beaulieu has been a certified industrial hygienist (CIH®) with the American Board of Industrial Hygiene® (ABIH) since 1979 (33 years). Since 1960, ABIH, a not-for-profit corporation, has been the world's largest, premier organization for certifying professionals in the practice of industrial hygiene. ABIH is responsible for ensuring high-quality certification application and examination processes, certification maintenance and ethics governance and enforcement.
Dr. Beaulieu was recognized as a “Gold CSP®” (Certified Safety Professional: 30-year) by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) in 2008. The CSP credential is the most sought after safety certification in the United States-globally recognized as a symbol of expertise in the safety profession.
He is also a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), the Semiconductor Environmental Safety and Health Association (SESHA), the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA), and the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA).
Dr. Beaulieu was an Industrial Hygiene consultant with the Safety and Health Consultation Service of Boise State University during 1983-1984. He was a professor of Industrial Hygiene and Environmental Health at Colorado State University (CSU) from 1977-1982. He taught graduate level noise control, as well as comprehensive Industrial Hygiene at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. At that time, he directed numerous research projects in Industrial Hygiene resulting in at least nineteen (19) technical publications. He is also the author of the two texts, Quantitative Industrial Hygiene - A Laboratory Manual, and Toxicology - A Self Paced Learning Module for Environmental Health Professionals. In 1976-1977, he was an Industrial Hygienist with the US Department of Labor (OSHA) in Beaumont and Houston, Texas.
Dr. Beaulieu has worked in the health and safety field for over thirty-five years, and has completed extensive work in certain areas, with well-rounded additional experience. Some of the industrial hygiene evaluations that he has performed include:
...by health hazard type
Noise - dosimetry in exposure assessment, spectral analyses, and noise control techniques.
Aerosols - asbestos, silica, lead, arsenic, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, mercury, welding fumes, di-isocyanates, paint spray mists, bioaerosols (mold and bacteria) and wood dust.
Solvent vapors - glycol ethers, benzene and other hydrocarbons, alcohols, acrylates, etc.
Formaldehyde, glutaraldehyde, nitrous oxide, waste anesthetic gases and ethylene oxide.
Other toxic materials, including phosphine, arsine, diborane, nitrogen dioxide, ammonia, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, hydrogen cyanide, chlorine, chlorine dioxide, carbon monoxide, and acid mists.
...by industry type
Product stewardship support with industrial hygiene services
Construction, including hexavalent chromium exposure monitoring for welders
Train locomotive manufacturing and reconditioning
Vegetable seed production and treatment
Asbestos and lead-based paint inspections, management and training
Potato processing, cheese and energy bar production
Pulp and paperboard production
Engineered wood products
Process Safety Management (PSM) review
Mercury re-cycling operations
Waste-to-energy and fossil fuel electrical generation plants
Mining and milling of ore, including refining operations
Semiconductor device (chip) manufacturing and electronic assembly
Property transactions, including environmental site assessments (Phase I ESA)
Petrochemical, including ethanol production
Plastic injection molding and reinforced plastics (fibrous glass)
Dan Heil was born and raised in Twin Falls, Idaho. He graduated from Twin Falls High School in 1996 and decided in 2006 to follow his lifelong dream to become a Police Officer for Twin Falls City Police Department. He has been an Officer for seven years, and has spent the majority of his time a Patrol Officer. Dan has been the Crime Prevention Officer for a year now and has so far enjoyed his time in the position. One of his true passions of law enforcement is being able to work with the public and educate people on how to better protect themselves and the ones they love.
Dr. Tony Sirucek
DC, ND, BCCT,DAAMLP
Dr. Sirucek is the clinical director of the Twin Falls Spine and Injury Center. He has extensive experience in caring for spinal related issues. These range from trauma related cases as a result of accidents and sports injuries. This accompanied with his comprehensive post doctoral education allows Dr. Sirucek to treat both the simple and complicated cases. Dr. Sirucek is certified by the New York State Department of Education, Board for Chiropractic, by having attained postdoctoral education in MRI Spine interpretation, electrodiagnositc interpretation, triaging the injured, caring for the trauma patient, head trauma and brain injury, impairment rating and accident reconstruction. Dr. Sirucek is a member of the Academy of Chiropractic and the American Academy of Medical Legal Professionals. These are national medical research organizations that provide the latest research on the diagnosis and treatment of spinal related conditions. For more information, click here.
Dr. Brian Johns
MD, MPH, FACOEM
Dr. Johns grew up in Pocatello. He earned his medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine and completed his internship at Ball Memorial Hospital. He earned his Master of Public Health degree and completed his residency in occupational medicine at the University of Iowa. He is board certified and a Fellow in the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. He is the System Medical Director for St. Luke’s Occupational Health, overseeing clinics across southern Idaho and eastern Oregon. He has been practicing at St. Luke’s, primarily in Twin Falls, since 2008.
ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston
Graduated with the first College of Southern Idaho LPN class in 1967. Following graduation, she worked at hospitals in Sun Valley, Pocatello, Rupert and Twin Falls. In 1972 she became the Occupational Health Nurse at Tupperware Manufacturing in Jerome, Idaho until the company left the area in 1988. From there, she started working in the position of Occupational Health Nurse at Universal Frozen Foods, now ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston where she continues to work today. Wagner has also worked as an EMT for the Jerome Ambulance Service in the 70s. She began teaching First Aid /CPR while employed with Tupperware Company and continues to teach these courses at ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston.
Owner, Magic Valley Credit Repair
Angela is the owner of Magic Valley Credit Repair. She was a Branch Manager in the lending industry for 10 years, and was a Retail Manager for over 9 years. Seeing a tremendous need for credit repair/education, she started her business 3 1/2 years ago. Angela is a member of NAPW, Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce, and Credit Repair Compliance Groups. She has also participated in volunteer efforts within the Twin Falls Area such as Boys and Girls Club, Elev8 program, Valley House, Paint Magic, and Habitat for Humanity.
Ms. Hickmon lives in Twin Falls with her two children, Carson and TJ.
CPA & Personal Financial Specialist, Tilley & Lincoln PLLC
Dennis is a Certified Public Accountant with the firm of Tilley & Lincoln located in Twin Falls, Idaho. He holds a Bachelors degree from the University of Idaho in Agricultural economics and a Bachelors degree in accounting from Boise State University.
He spent the first ten years of his career managing a farm and cattle operation in southern Idaho. He changed his career path in 1991 when he started working as a certified public accountant. For the last ten years he has owned and operated his own accounting firm.
The firm of Tilley & Lincoln specializes in helping small business owners thrive and succeed. Dennis takes a proactive approach in helping his clients make their businesses more profitable.
Dennis currently serves on a mentoring committee for small businesses sponsored by the Idaho Small Business Development Center at CSI. Dennis is also a trainer for the Idaho Small Business Development Center. He provides QuickBooks training and is a presenter for the NxLevel Business planning course.
Monty J. Arrossa
CSI HR Director, College of Southern Idaho HR Department
Monty is the Human Resources Director for the College of Southern Idaho where he provides professional and quality services in the areas of employee relations; management consultation; policy development, dissemination, interpretation, and compliance; classification and compensation; communication; employee data; benefit information; recruitment and employment; job description development; orientation; performance appraisal information and assistance; training and professional development opportunities; and wellness information. He also facilitates and coordinates supervisory and professional/classified employee training. He has over seven years in the Human Resource profession in the public and private sectors.
Prior to joining the College of Southern Idaho Monty worked for the Idaho Department of Commerce and Labor. There he worked in Job Service offices in Twin Falls and Pocatello. With the Department he was responsible for hiring, training and evaluating professional employees.
In addition to the management and supervisory skills he has developed over his career, Monty is an avid horseman and enjoys spending his extra time racing chariot horses.
He has a Bachelor of Science degree and a Masters Degree in Human Resource Training and Development from Idaho State University.
Senior Credit Counselor & Education Director
Consumer Credit Management Services
Debbie is a native of Twin Falls, Idaho with a diversified and accomplished background in serving the Magic Valley. She attended the College of Southern Idaho, held a bookkeeping position in a public accounting firm and performed administrative secretarial services for a local engineering firm. Debbie has served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for the Fifth District CASA Program and was involved with foster parenting through the Idaho Department of Health & Welfare. She taught a drug and alcohol prevention program at an area juvenile detention center and has participated in a number of public and private school educational projects.
As a valued certified Senior Credit Counselor and Education Director at Consumer Credit Management Services in Twin Falls, Debbie is dedicated to providing the highest quality community education and professional counseling to aid and rehabilitate distressed families and individuals in debt repayment and/or credit improvement.
She has worked with the Idaho National Guard to assist families who may need financial guidance during soldier deployment and with Probation and Parole requiring assistance with fundamental credit counseling for transitional individuals.
She completed a Credit Report Specialist Program and designed a financial literacy presentation that is widely used in educating students and adults seeking to re-enter the workforce. She frequently teaches financial awareness and identity theft protections classes at local schools, the College of Southern Idaho and at the Easter Seals-Goodwill Working Solutions in both Twin Falls and Burley.
Debbie is a member of the Idaho Coalition Against Identity Theft as well as the South Central Idaho Housing Council.
Social Media Trainer
Idaho Small Business Development Center
Sherry has worked for the Idaho SBDC since 1991 as the Center’s Course Developer and more recently as Social Media and E-Commerce trainer as well. She counsels with clients one-on-one who need assistance with the online aspects of their business and also provides workshops through the Center and Community Ed on topics like Facebook for Business or Personal Use and Selling on eBay. Through the years, Sherry has seen the introduction of the Internet to the College of Southern Idaho campus and the Idaho SBDC and has been a partner as the Center and the College have expanded the use of email, webpage management and now all forms of Social Media to make the College AND the Idaho SBDC technology focused and technology friendly. Sherry will share with you her insights on how to protect yourself online and control the type and amount of information that you share as we enter into this ‘brave new paperless world’.
Jane Freund, Writer
Publisher, Communications Coach, Freundship Press LLC
Jane Freund is an author, publisher, and speaker who owns and operates Freundship Press LLC in Boise, Idaho. She has written or co-written ten print and electronic books and her most recent one is “Eggshells and Elephants – My Cancer Journey Thus Far”. In addition, Freund taught communication for ten years at Boise State University. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Accountant, College of Southern Idaho Business Office
Tina Standlee is an Accountant in the Business Office for the College of Southern Idaho. Her background includes a Masters in Educational Leadership from the University of Idaho, Bachelors in Business from Boise State University and an Associates in General Business from the College of Southern Idaho.